Bread Tuna Fish Cutlet

Cutlets with bread and tuna fish

Bread Tuna Fish Cutlet

Cutlets with bread and tuna fish

Category : Snacks, Non-Vegetarian

By Ginu Joyce

Published On: 02 Dec 2004

Rating: 4
9 Votes, 7 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Step 1

Heat a little oil in a thick bottomed pan or a non-stick pan.

Step 2

Add green chillies, onion, ginger, curry leaves and saute them.

Step 3

When it is done, add coriander powder, masala powder, turmeric, chilly powder and salt & stir well on a low flame.

Step 4

Add tomato and saute it well, till its water is gone.

Step 5

Add tuna (drain off the salt water from the tin before adding) and stir it well to avoid lumps and cook, till all water is gone.

Step 6

:- Check the level of salt and add more, if needed.

Step 7

Add coriander leaves and stir well,

Step 8

Remove from fire and keep it aside to cool.

Step 9

Make lemon shaped balls off the above mixture.

Step 10

Dip one slice of the bread (after removing the brown sides) in water , keep it on one palm and squeeze out all water by pressing it with other palm.

Step 11

Keep one tuna-masala mix ball on the bread, flatten it and fold the bread to cover the cultlet.

Step 12

Dip the cutlet in egg and roll it in bread powder.

Step 13

Deep fry it in oil, till both sides are light brown in colour.

Step 14

:- Be careful to do it on a low flame to avoid burning!

Step 15

Keep it on kitchen tissue paper to remove excess oil.

Step 16

Repeat the procedure with the remaining bread slices.

Step 17

:- You can refrigerate tuna-masala mix ball for future use.

Step 18

:- Use non stick pan for frying cutlets to reduce the qty of oil.

Step 19

:- You can use garam masala instead of powdering cloves/cin/card etc.


Great Recipe...My little kiddo really liked it....

Anupama Nairsb

Yeah i tried this It was superb.thanks for this recipe


Thanks Ginu for this wonderful recipe.....we loved it.


its 2oooo gud brother liked it a lot....Thanx...


Hey its a good recipe. You can fry the cutlet without rolling it in egg and breadcrumbs.


very good, and easy like any other cutlet, thanks a lot.


thanks for this nice receipe, very good! and yummy.

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