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Cutlets made with sausage and potatoes
Published On: 09 Sep 2006
malayalam: Urulakizhangu / Kizhangu
telugu: Bangaala Dumpa / Urlagadda / Alu Gadda
hindi: Aloo / Batata
Konkani: Kook / Batato
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
English: Green Chillies
tamil: Pachchii Milagai
telugu: Patchimirapa / Pachchi Mirapakayalu
kannada: Hasi Menasinakai
hindi: Hara Mircha / Hari Mirch
Bengali: Kancha Lanka / Maricha
Konkani: Jeevisaang / Tanrni Mirsang / Tanrni Miriyasang
Marathi: Pachchai Milagai
Oriya: Lila Marcha
English: Cumin Seeds
tamil: Seerakam / Jeerakam
telugu: Jeelakara / Jidakara / Jikaka
hindi: Jeera / Jeeru / Safaid Jeera / Zeera / Shimai Shombu
Bengali: Jeera / Zeera / Safed Jira
Gujarati: Jeeru / Jiru / Safed Jiraun
Konkani: Jeerey / Jeren
Marathi: Jeera / Jeregire
Oriya: Jira / Jeera
English: Green Peas
telugu: Pachabatthani / Bataneelu / Gundusanighelu
Gujarati: Vatana / Mutter
Konkani: Attano / Batani
Marathi: Vatana / Mattar / Watane
Oriya: Matara / Matar
Punjabi: Kabli Chole / Mattar
English: Chilli Powder
telugu: Erra Mirapa Kayalu / Yendu Mirapakayalu
kannada: Molaku / Kempu Menasinakai / Ona Menasinakai
hindi: Lal Mirch
Bengali: Paka Lanka / Lal Mirch / Lankamorich
Gujarati: Lal Marcha
Konkani: Sukki Saangi /Suke Miriyasang
Marathi: Lal Mirchi / Mirchya
Oriya: Lanka / Nali Lankamaricha
Punjabi: Lal Mirch
Kashmiri: Marach Wangun
English: Coriander Powder
kannada: Kottambari Beeja / Haveeja
hindi: Dhania / Dhana
Bengali: Dhonay / Dhaniya
Gujarati: Dhana / Dhaniya / Kothmiri / Libdhaba
Konkani: Kottambari / Konpir
Marathi: Dhane / Kothimir
Kashmiri: Deaniwal / Kothambalari
English: Garam Masala
Bengali: Laban / Noone
Boil the potatoes and mash them well.
Steam the sausages and mince them well in a mixer.
Boil the peas (if you want them.. the peas are optional).
Take a big vessel.
Put the bread slices in them.
Add water and mix well.
Add the potatoes, sausages, peas, chopped green chillies, cumin seeds, salt, chilly powder, coriander powder, garam masala to the bread paste and mix well.
Once you have mixed everything well, make small balls off it and flatten them into any shape you like.
Take the rusks and crush it into a fine powder in a mixer.
Pour this on a flat plate.
Heat oil on a flat pan.
:- I dont like to use too much oil. So I use a non stick pan with very little oil. You can deep fry in oil if you want.
Take the flattened pieces of the cutlet, dab them well on the rusk powder on both sides (so it will be crisp when fried) and fry them.
When one side is golden brown turn it.
:- Serve hot with ketchup or chutney:- Can also be used as patties for sandwiches/burgers.:- Kids will love them:- I was sick of eating the sausages the same way and wanted to try out something different. My husband loved it.
tasty and different..i liked it!!
Tried this on a saturday evening when I had time to kill and surprisingly had all the necessary ingredients.. It was tasty and different
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