Fish Cutlets

Easy to cook Tuna fish cutlets

Fish Cutlets

Easy to cook Tuna fish cutlets

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Seafood

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By Rita Surendar

Published On: 19 Aug 2008

Rating: 4
6 Votes, 5 Reviews
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40 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Boil potatoes in the cooker.

Step 2

When cool, mash it well.

Step 3

Drain water or brine from tuna can and squeeze all the water out.

Step 4

Add it to the potatoes.

Step 5

Add the cut onions, ginger, garlic pepper powder, salt, chopped coriander leaves and red chilly powder.

Step 6

Make into small balls and flatten.

Step 7

In 3 separate dishes, place plain flour, egg batter and bread crumbs.

Step 8

Take a flat cutlet at a time. First dip into the plain flour, then into the egg batter and finally roll it in bread crumbs.

Step 9

Shallow fry till golden brown.

Step 10

:- Serve with bread or as a side dish.

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padma

hi its really good, my 2n half year old daughter likes very much ,

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Rita

Hi Gulshan.. 1 Tuna can of 300 gms of tuna meat...........

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Gulshan

quantity of tuna??? ie, how big can??? ... i tried to proportionate with 8 small cans and similar qty of other ingredients... but in the end it was a bit bland... anyway better than the fishcakes :).... if any more of kerala fish cutlets please post in this section.. many thanks...

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pb

first time i made such good cutlets before i never used maida really yummy

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Tanuja

Good receipee, very very tasty, have recommended this to my other friends

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