Tuesday, 23 May 2017

How to make Masala cutlet in appam from leftover rice and vegetable

Recipe of Masala cutlet in appam from leftover rice and vegetable

Got leftover dry vegetable and rice?? Make this delicious savory snack for breakfast. You can add life to your leftover vegetable and rice with this delicious cutlet which you can prepare in Appam with very less oil. It is filling and scrumptious. This appetizer is the best way to use leftover dry vegetable and rice stored in your fridge.

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Masala Cutlet are spiced dumplings which can be prepared using leftover vegetable and rice. You can also prepare it with the fresh ingredients like potato, paneer, cauliflower or carrot.

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You can make yummy breakfast out of it. It is quick, filling and easy snack. They are crispy from outside and soft from inside. 

Appam is a south Indian tiff-in snack and there is a special mould which is called Appam mould for making it. The best part about this mould it that you can make fritters, cutlets or tikki in this with very less oil. You can also make it with no oil. So you can have some nice food which is healthy and delicious.

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You get two options of Appam Moulds. One is non-stick and another one is metal one. I prefer the non-stick ones because in that batter will not stick. It comes with a lid and a wooden stick. You can put stick in it which has a pointy edge like a tooth pic and can turn it. You have to turn it and put it back so that it can be cooked from both the sides.

Masala Cutlet in Appam is very easy to cook, you can add some spices and binding agent and pour the batter in the Appam mould and cook it on the low flame.

You can make sweet and savoury appams in this appam mould.

Recipe Type : Breakfast
Cuisine : Indian

Preparation Time   Cooking time Total Time Yield
10 minutes10 minutes20 minutesServes 4 

Ingredients :
  • 1 bowl left over dry potato capsicum vegetable (any dry vegetable) and rice 
  • 2 boiled potatoes
  • 2 whole wheat bread
  • 1 small finely chopped onion
  • 2 finely chopped green chilly
  • pinch of grated ginger
  • 3 chopped cloves of garlic 
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 teaspoon chaat masala
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • Olive oil / refine oil
Preparation :



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  1. Take a bowl and add left over dry vegetable and rice, onion, green chilly and mashed potatoes
  2. Then crumble bread and add broken crumbled bread in the mixture
  3. Add salt, chaat masala, pepper in it
  4. Mix it well, mash it and form a dough
  5. Divide it into 8 portions
  6. Make round balls like cutlets
  7. Take a appam mould and sprinkle few drops of oil in it 
  8. When oil is heated, add cutlet balls in the maker
  9. Cook on medium flame for few seconds and turn the flame on low
  10. Turn it with the pointy stick which you will receive with appam (skewer) by putting it in the cutlet and flip it or with the help of the spoon
  11. Turn once or twice for uniform cooking
  12. When they turn golden brown from both the sides, they are done
  13. Serve hot with Mint chutney or tomato Ketchup
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Note : 
  1. Chaat masala is an Indian spice and if it is not available, you can substitute it with other spices available in your kitchen. Leave a comment below and I will help you with the substitute of it.

11 comments:

  1. Antonet Roajer23 May 2017 at 10:09

    Looks yummy!! Glad to see your posts after a while

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  2. Thank you for your visit, Ritu! How did you find my blog?
    Having said that, this is such a great idea to use leftovers. I adore Indian food :)

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  3. Very innovative!
    Looks so delicious!

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  4. What a great use for leftovers, looks yummy!

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  5. I've never used this type of mold, but these sure look and sound delicious!

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  6. They look delicious and I love that cooking pan..very practical.

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  7. I have done this a couple of times. Sometimes I save the potatoes from curries and make cutlets as well. I so agree, why waste when leftovers can be converted to another dish. Love these divine cutlets.

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  8. I've heard of these, but have never tasted them. Sounds like good stuff! Neat recipe -- thanks!

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  9. The cutlets look yummy,nice idea of using the appam pan..

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  10. you've turned leftovers into perfect balls of deliciousness! well done!

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