Whole Moong Cutlets

Ingredients (Translation)

1 cup whole moong
1 medium size boiled potato
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
Finely chopped coriander leaves
2 slices of bread
Bread crumbs

Soak the whole moong for 3 to 4 hours and pressure cook them till soft. Mash the boiled potato and add the moong (there shouldnt be any water). Soak the bread in little water and squeeze out the excess water. Add this and rest of the ingredients to the potato moong mix, except oil and bread crumbs. Mix well and shape them into heart shaped cutlets. (I used a cookie cutter to get equal heart shaped cutlets)

Dip the cutlets into the bread crumbs to cover all sides and place them on a hot tava. Spread a little oil to it. When one side turns golden brown, turn and cook on other side as well.

Serve hot with sauce.

This is my contribution to the Theme of the week: Valentine's Day event hosted by Pooja and A Heart for your valentine hosted by Zorra.

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A heart for your Valentine

Since this is a quick, easy and most importantly healthy snack that can be served during kids parties, sending it to Vanamala's Kids Food Event as well.

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Namratha said...

Hearty and heart friendly, very nice! Can't see the pic for some reason...

Seema said...

Nice Cutlets with moongh too as additional makes it healthy & yummy too :-) Liked the way its shaped.. very sweet!

zorra said...

Thank you for your participation and happy Valentine!

Pooja said...

Lovely entry EC, perfect for kids event too , thanks a lot for sharing and participating :)

Laavanya said...

that's a nice and different cutlet... :)

Superchef said...

these are sooo healthy!! :)

Seena said...

Beautiful and healthy!!

AnuSriram said...

Looks Lovely... Easy evening snack... Delicious too!

Kalai said...

So cute and healthy! Love it. :)

easycrafts said...

@ Namratha...thanks, i have uploaded the snap again, do check out

@ Seema...thanks a lot for ur view

@ Zorra...thanks for hosting such a wonderful event..Happy valentine day to u too.

@ Pooja...thanks. It was a pleasure to be a part of such an event

@ Laavanya, Superchef, Seena, Anu and Kalai...thanks for ur comments

p4parttimejobs said...

really nice

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