Friday, February 18, 2011

Fish Cutlets

These cutlets can be prepared easily and it is very delicious. This can be served as an appetizer or as a tea time snack. Fish, as you all know is rich in nutrition, and these cutlets can be used as a nutrition carrier for the kids.
My mom used to make veg cutlets often, but once I insisted her to try making fish cutlets. She was not confident of how they will turn as she had never tried them before. I told her whatever she make we are there to eat, so she gave it a try and made small quantity of this cutlets.
Result : we fought for it till the last cutlet was eaten.
Usually I wont get time to make these dishes when my little one is around. So I made this when she slept in the afternoon one day and as usual she got up asking “Did you make samosa?”
For her, Samosa is the only snack in the world and every snack is a Samosa :-)

  1. Fish (Seer / King fish) - ½ kg
  2. Onions (chopped)- 2nos
  3. Garlic- 4-5cloves
  4. Green chillies (chopped)- 3nos
  5. Ginger (grated)- 1tbsp
  6. Coriander leaves (chopped)- 2tbsp
  7. Besan / Gram flour - 2 / 3 tbsp
  8. Salt- to taste
  9. Water- little, just to mix everything
  10. Rava / Bread crumbs- 1cup (I used rava)
  11. Oil- for frying
  1. Steam the fish by keeping it on a pan of hot water. Remove the bones and gently mash it with hands and keep aside.
  2. Take the ingredients from 2 to 9 in a bowl and mix well along with mashed fish in a bowl.
  3. Make small round balls and flatten the ball slightly.
  4. Take Rava in a pan and dip both sides of the cutlets in Rava.
  5. Heat oil in pan and shallow fry these cutlets till done.
  6. Serve hot along with tomato sauce.

I am sending this to Kerala Kitchen hosted by Ria,  Dish name starts with F event hosted by akila and Any one can cook series by Ayeesha


  1. Yum! Cutlets are my comfort food- any time of the day. I usually make fish cutlets with canned tuna.

  2. Cutlets looks so yummy, this is one snack which I love the most. Thank you for sending them to Any One Can Cook :)

  3. This looks wonderful ... sounds different & tasty!

  4. Hey Nash and Ayeesha, Thank you soo much.
    Thanks Ambreen, for stopping by and leaving your lovely comment.

  5. Oh yum! Fish cutlets! Thanks for sending them over to the Kerala Kitchen Zareena!


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