Vazhakkai (Raw Banana) Cutlet

Vazhakkai (Raw Banana) Cutlet

div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"a href="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-1As4hyZ9o1A/UJAUlfclDWI/AAAAAAAAHHw/LkHALUBAXZg/s1600/IMG7642.jpg" style="margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"img border="0" height="640" src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-1As4hyZ9o1A/UJAUlfclDWI/AAAAAAAAHHw/LkHALUBAXZg/s640/IMG7642.jpg" width="640" //a/divNothing to beat the comfort of Tea (Tea time) or a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/search/label/soup" target="blank"Soup/a (Lunch/Dinner) with some spicy bites during the rainy season. a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/search/label/deep%20fried" target="blank"Deep fried /adelights that abound in our cuisine like a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2009/11/bajji.html" target="blank"Bajji/a, a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2011/01/wheat-gol-bhajji.html" target="blank"Gol Bhaje/a, a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2011/02/vazhaikkai-kola-urundai-blogging.html" target="blank"Kola Urundai,/a etc, are just perfect for this weather with a cup of tea - sweet and savory treats hot from the Kadai. :-)br /Potatoes generally form the base of quick bites. I learnt that Raw Banana (vegetable) can be substituted and have tried a fusion version of a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2009/08/vegetable-cutlets.html" target="blank"Cutlet/a and a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2011/02/vazhaikkai-kola-urundai-blogging.html" target="blank"Kola/a. Perfect Treat.br /br /uspan style="font-size: large;"Ingredients:/span/ubr /Vazhakkai (Raw Banana) - 2br /Onion - 1, smallbr /Green Chilli - 2br /Ginger - 1/2"br /Bread Slices - 2br /Maida - 1 Tbspbr /Cashew nuts - 2 Tbspbr /Lemon Juice - 1 tspbr /Cumin Powder - 1/4 tspbr /Corriander Leaves - 3 Tbsp, finely choppedbr /Salt to tastebr /br /uspan style="font-size: large;"Ingredients:/span/ubr /Wash and cut the two ends of the Vazhakkai. Steam cook until soft. Peel ans mash the Banana.br /Chop the onions very finely. Grate or grind the chilli and ginger.br /Crush the cashew nuts coarsely. Blend the bread slices in a mixer to get fine crumbs.br /Mix all the ingredients together until well blended. Check taste and adjust accordingly.br /Divide into small balls. Flatten out slightly.br /Deep fry in hot oil until golden. Drain well on absorbent paper and serve hot with a Spicy Tomato sauce.br /br /iubVariation:/b/u/ibr /Add cooked and lightly mashed Green Peas into the mixture.br /You can also dip the cutlets in maida batter and roll in breadcrumbs and then deep fry them. In this case avoid adding maida along with the vegetable.br /br /uibSpicy Tomato Sauce:/b/i/ubr /Mix a few drops of Chilli Sauce or Tobasco Sauce with Tomato Sauce.br /br /Sharing @ Nupur's a href="http://uk-rasoi.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/what-with-my-cuppa.html" target="blank"What's with my Cuppa/a; and a href="http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com/2012/10/announcing-serve-it-series-finale.html" target="blank"Kirti's/a "Serve it" hosted @ a href="http://www.ohtastensee.com/2012/11/06/announcing-serve-it-series-finale-original-recipes-from-home/" target="blank"Oh Taste and See/abr /img height="138" src="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-YqBkdzI9LQI/UHMMezrOVPI/AAAAAAAAJ4o/nb2IOuw6wFo/s200/Whats+with+my+Cup-012.jpg" width="200" /  img height="149" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-bdSWVUlLQIs/UJM9ZQQsKkI/AAAAAAAACIw/3Rq2E6bhKes/s200/orig-001.jpg" width="200" /br /YBR - November @ a href="http://www.spiciefoodie.com/ybr/" target="blank"Spicie Foodie/abr /img height="121" src="http://lh4.ggpht.com/72HB2dduJKE/TL94AvxGVRI/AAAAAAAABQs/LDr3NGXMUDE/s400/ybrbadge.jpg" width="400" /br /biuLunch Menu:/u/i/bbr /Ricebr /Murungakkai Sambharbr /a href="http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.in/2009/08/chettinad-cauliflower-soup-nay-broth.html" target="blank"Cauliflower Soup/abr /Vazhaikkai Cutletbr /Kathirikkai Poriyalbr /Sundakkai Masiyalbr /Curdsbr /Vathal / Urugai (Pickle)

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