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Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Beetroot Cutlate Recipe.

(Vegetarian).

Mummy's favourite breakfast for Sunday is Beetroot Cutlate.
Here is Mummy's recipe to make Beetroot Cutlate.

Name: Beetroot Cutlate.
Serves: 4 people
Ingredients:
2 Boiled potatoes, 1 Carrot, 1 Beetroot (medium size), 1 packet of Sandwich Bread,
Rava (what do you call Rava in English, a literal translation would be, thick powder of wheat),
(you may use bread crumbs, instead of Rava).
Green chillies and/or red chillies, salt, coriander (dhaniya).
Ideal for: Morning Breakfast on a Sunday (holiday) or an Evening snack.

Steps to make Beetroot Cutlate.

1. Boil the potatoes, peel the skin, and crush them to make a fine paste.
2. Peel the carrot and beetroot and skim them.
3. Remove water from the skimmed carrot and beetroot.
4. Mix the carrot and beetroot with potatoes.
5. Add green/red chillies, salt, and coriander leaves (kothmir, dhaniya).
6. Take four slices of bread and crush them and mix with the above ingredients.
7. You can give any shape as you like to the above paste.
{Give an oval (cutlate) shape or a circular shape}.
8. Take some Rava and smear it on the raw cutlates.
9. Put two table spoonfuls of oil on the frying pan.
10. Heat the frying pan (Tava).
11. Keep the cutlates on the frying pan and roast them.
12. Serve with tomato ketchup and green coriander (dhaniya) chutney.

Enjoy your breakfast!
Try it out :-)