Indian Mince Cutlets

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Indian Mince Cutlets created by love4culinary
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  • Place the ground meat in a pan and add to it the ginger garlic paste, chilli powder, garam masala, coriander powder, turmeric and salt and mix well.
  • Add ½ cup of water and cook until the meat is done.
  • Let it cool and then place the ground meat in a blender/ grinder and make a fine paste of it.
  • The paste should not be too liquid you should be able to make balls of the mixture.
  • Add an egg while grinding.
  • When done add salt to taste.
  • Now make 1-inch round balls from the dough and keep aside.
  • Also make 3" balls from the mashed potato mixture and keep aside.
  • Now flatten each potato ball into a flat disc.
  • Place a ground meatball in the centre and cover it with the mashed potato from the sides.
  • Shape them into balls and slightly press them flat shaping them like thick flat circular discs.
  • Beat the remaining eggs in a flat dish with salt according to taste.
  • Dip each potato cutlet in the egg mixture, then coat with breadcrumbs (shake off the excess) and fry on a hot pan with ghee or oil till it is golden on both sides.
  • Serve piping hot.
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  1. love4culinary
    I reviewed these some time ago and for some reason the review never went through. These are fabulous mince cutlets. A bit different from the usual ones we make, but very good. I ended up needing quite a bit more potato, but other than that everything was perfect. They are absolutely delicious, and are even really nice looking! To suit our tastes, I did add a larger quantity of spices, but as stated they would be just as good :) Thank you very much for this recipe!!!
     
  2. love4culinary
    Indian Mince Cutlets Created by love4culinary
  3. Millereg
    Posted by request. Times are pure guesswork.
     
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