Raw Banana Cutlet: A Hearty Satisfying And Delicious Savoury Snack
- Team Slurrp
Updated : July 28, 2022 17:07 IST
A Snack That Make Evenings More Enjoyable With Hot Beverages
We are all craving a delicious snack and a steaming cup of Chai as the clock strikes four. Without delectable munchies, Chai time in India is incomplete. The variety of foods to enjoy with your "sham ki chai" is endless and includes anything from crumbly cookies, biscuits, and namkeen to bhel, pakoras, and more. While everyone has their own preferences when it comes to munchies, every chai enthusiast has their favourite. Along with tomato ketchup and mint chutney, the dish also includes a plate of crispy cutlets. Cutlet is a common food that is cooked anywhere, from kiosks along the street to our own homes.
"Raw banana cutlet" is a scrumptious and healthy evening snack. This delectable snack is simple to prepare and delicious to consume. Every person who eats the cooked raw banana with onion and many flavours is delighted. These cutlets are unique because of the delectable mixture of raw bananas. - The flavour of raw banana cutlets is delicious. They can be prepared quickly. So, here is a simple recipe for the ideal teatime snack. Additionally, they are healthy. a healthy way to introduce raw plantains into your diet.
Nearly 5,000 years ago, when numerous tribes and cultures interacted with India, the development of different flavours and regional cuisines began. There are many different regional cuisines in India. These cuisines differ from one another mostly owing to the usage of locally available spices, herbs, vegetables, and fruits. This is due to the variation in soil type, climate, culture, ethnic group, and occupations. Religious and cultural beliefs and customs also have an impact on Indian cuisine. Certain delicacies including potato, chillies, and breadfruit were brought to the nation as a result of foreign invasions, commercial relations, and colonization.
- 2 nos.- Raw banana
- 1 tsp- Salt
- 1/4 tsp- Turmeric powder
- 1 tsp- Red chilly powder
- 1/2 tsp- Garam masala
- 1/4 cup- Onion chopped
- 1/4 cup- Coriander leaves chopped
- 2 tsp- Lemon juice
- Water as needed
- 1/4 cup- Semolina (fine rava)
Makes 15 cutlets
Method for Preparation:
1. Take two raw bananas and cut them into half.
2. Now transfer them to a bowl and place in cooker to boil.
3. Put the pressure cooker on medium flame and cook for two whistles.
4. After the pressure gets subsided, open the pressure cooker, take out the bananas and peel the skin off.
5. Now, put the peeled bananas into a bowl and mash well.
6. Add all the ingredients to the mashed bananas and give a mix.
7. Add 2 tablespoon of lemon juice to it, sprinkle some water and mix again. The mixture together comes as a dough.
8. Now take small portion from it and shape like a ball. Make it a bit flatten and make the edges smooth.
9. Repeat the steps and make all the cutlets in the same way.
10. Coat the cutlets with semolina and keep aside for a shallow fry.
11. Heat a pan on the stove, pour two tablespoon of oil to it. Shallow fry all the cutlets on a medium flame.
12. Let the cutlets get cooked for two minutes from one side then flip them gently in the pan.
13. After flipping them, cook for the other two minutes. They have become crisp.
14. Now take them out in a plate and serve hot with tomato ketchup or green chutney.
Raw bananas are used to make the delectable vegetarian snack known as raw banana cutlets. These gluten-free, vegan-friendly raw banana fritters are made with bananas. Similar in mouth-melting texture to the renowned Lucknowi Galouti Kebabs, these cutlets are delicious. For a true explosion of flavours, serve them with onion slices and mint chutney.