COOKING TIME: 30 minutes
Soya Granules- 1/2 cup
Boiled Potatoes – 2 medium
Capsicum- 1 small (chopped)
Green chillies- 1 (chopped)
Boiled Green Peas-1/4th cup
Red Chilli Powder- 1tsp
Chaat Masala- 1tsp
Coriander leaver-finely chopped
Bread crumbs-1 cup
Salt- To Taste
Oil for frying
Cabbage- 1/4th cup (Thinly Sliced)
-Pressure cook the soya granules just for 1 whistle until soft. When done rinse in cold water 3-4 times to get rid of the smell. Squeeze tightly to get rid of the remaining water.
-In a bowl mash the boiled potatoes and add soya granules,onion,capsicum,green chillies,boiled green peas,red chilli powder,chaat masala and coriander leaves
-Now take a small portion and roll between your palms to make a ball and then press gently to flatten like a cutlet. Repeat the same thing with the remaining mixture and keep aside.
-Take maida in a small bowl and mix it with little water to make a thin paste.
-Dip the cutlet into the maida paste and then place it over the bread crumbs to coat evenly on all sides.
-Heat some oil in a frying pan and deep fry the cutlets from both the sides until golden brown.
-Drain excess oil by placing it on a tissue paper.
-Place it on a plate with some shredded cabbage and serve with tomato sauce.
Soyabeen cutlet is rich in protein and is a delicious and healthy evening snack.It is loved by all age groups.