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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Leftover Upma Cutlet

On some days, I will be left out with more breakfast. How much ever we try to finish it off little bit will be remaining. Like this upma was left out as I made a lot and we are not big  fans of upma ;-). So instead of wasting the left over upma, I wanted to try something different and thought of making a snack out of it, so that my little one can munch them.


Before this I never saw or tasted a cutlet with upma. But when I searched around, I stumbled upon these pretty looking cutlets from Shanthi’s blog 7aum suvai. I tried these cutlets and they were extremely tasty and a perfect evening snack. I didn’t add vegetables while preparing upma, I added them while preparing cutlets and shallow fried these using very little oil. A yummy and tasty snack was ready within minutes.


If anyone gets bored of eating leftover upma or feel guilty about wasting it, they you can try this and enjoy :-)

Ingredients:

  1. Leftover Upma- 1 cup
  2. Carrot (diced)- 1 no
  3. Beans (chopped)- 4 nos
  4. Corn flour- 1/4 cup
  5. Bread crumbs- 1/4 cup
  6. Salt- as per taste
Method:
  1. Boil the carrot and beans with little salt and add to the left over upma and mix well. ( if you add vegetables while making the upma, then skip this step).
  2. Make small balls out of the upma and flat it on your palm. Keep this aside.
  3. Mix corn flour with little water and keep this batter aside. In another bowl take bread crumbs.
  4. Dip the above shaped upma first in the corn flour batter and then in the breadcrumbs and shallow fry them till it becomes golden brown on both the sides.


7 comments:

  1. Wat a brilliant idea to finish out the leftover upma,mindblowing cutlets.

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  2. hi zareena thank you for coming over. your snack looks delicious, tho i have never tasted upma before. i like the spicy touch. have a nice day

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  3. That's a great idea to use leftovers, looks totally yum!

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  4. These little cutlets look awesome and the best part it was made with leftover!

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  5. Nice idea of using left over upma...Looks yum..

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  6. Too gud, tried it today with leftover upma. My kids didn't touch upma in the morning but finished all the cutlets in the evening made of same upma :) Please post if you can think of any such rceipes with leftovers .

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