Beetroot Cutlet For Weight Loss; Mix Of Nutrients And Flavours
- Harshita Malhotra
Updated : July 28, 2022 09:07 IST
Try these beetroot cutlets and enjoy your weight loss journey.
Beetroot Cutlet is a vegan snack that is crispy and flavorful and is created from beetroot, potatoes, and Indian spices. With some green chutney, these beetroot patties, or tikki, can be eaten fried, baked, air-fried, or used as a filler for wraps and hamburgers. These are tasty in either case! These healthful cutlets have a deliciously crunchy exterior and a soft inside with melty cheese. Beetroot cutlets are a great option for those people who are on their weight loss journey. It has a strong flavour of beetroot and the reddish maroon colour is pleasing to the eyes. It is a power-packed amalgamation of nutrients, taste, spices and high satiety value. This delicious cutlet recipe is made with beetroot, potato, and a variety of spices and is pan-fried in just 1-2 tbsp ghee, making it quite nutritious. You can eat these beetroot cutlets as a snack or with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Serve the snack with mint chutney or yoghurt dip.
Here are some benefits of beetroot-
1. Few calories and a lot of nutrients
2. Could aid in controlling your blood pressure
3. Can enhance physical development
4. May aid in reducing inflammation
5. Improves gut health.
6. Beneficial to brain health.
7. Possesses potential anti-cancer qualities.
Here's how you can make beetroot cutlet at home
1. 1 cup grated beetroot
2. 2 tablespoon crushed peanuts
3. 1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
4. 1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder
5. sendha namak as required
6. 2 tablespoon ghee
7. 1 small boiled potato
8. 1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
9. 1/2 teaspoon dry mango powder
10. 1/2 teaspoon coriander powder
11. 2 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves
1. Squeeze the juice from the grated beetroot. Place it all in a bowl. Mix thoroughly after adding the mashed potato to the bowl.
Now mix all the spices—dry mango powder, red chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, garam masala, sendha namak, and coriander leaves—along with the crushed peanuts. Now, thoroughly combine with your hands to make a dough.
Scoop out dough balls from the batter and lightly coat your palms with ghee. To create tikkis, slightly flatten the ingredients. Place the made tikkis on a nonstick tawa and add 1-2 tbsp of ghee to it. The tikkis should be shallow fried until they are golden brown on all sides.
Serve the tikkis with some mint chutney or yoghurt dip.