Are you fond of eating fish? Well, then you should try this recipe of Fish cutlets, which is very easy to cook & very delicious to eat.
I got this recipe from a very dear friend Shanthi, in this recipe fish is first steamed & shredded and combined with mashed potatoes along with onion, ginger, chili & spices and either deep fried or shallow fried per choice, either ways the result is super Yummy. You can savor it as a complete meal or as a snack or side dish or an appetizer or even as a burger patty.
Step-by-Step Easy & Quick Recipe –
Prep Time Cook Time Total Time Yields
20 mins 1hour 1 hour 20 mins 6 Serving
King Fish – ½ kg (or any other fish with less bones)
Onion – 2 Large (finely chopped)
Ginger – 8 cm big piece
Green chili – 6-7 (roughly chopped)
Potato – 2 Large (boiled, peeled & mashed)
Fresh green coriander – 1 small bowl (finely chopped)
Salt per taste
Turmeric powder – ½ teaspoon
Eggs – 2 (well beaten)
Breadcrumbs for coating cutlets
Oil – 2 tablespoon + for frying
- Cook fish separately in a pan with water, salt & turmeric powder.
- After the fish is cooked well & done, discard the bones and finely shred it into pieces. Keep aside.
- In the meantime pressure-cook the potatoes, when tender, peel and mash, keep aside.
- Now grind ginger and green chilies coarsely.
- Heat oil in a pan and add finely chopped onions, sauté on medium heat for about 3 minutes and then add the grinded chili-ginger paste. Sauté for another 3 minutes. Now add the finely shredded fish and fry for another 5-6 minutes till it becomes golden brown. Take off heat now.
- Add mashed potatoes, salt & fresh green coriander. Mix well.
- Make required cutlet shapes per choice. Place breadcrumbs in a open plate and beat the eggs with little salt.
- Now dip each cutlet in the beaten eggs mix and then roll them on the breadcrumbs to get a nice coating.
- Now deep fry or shallow fry per choice. Transfer to serving platter.
Note: Fish cutlets can be served with ketchup or choice of chutneys or dipping’s. Enjoy a great delicious snack or side dish or an appetizer or a substantial meal or in a burger or simply with salad greens. Bon Apatite!
Recipe contributed by Shanthi Satish
Shanthi Satish is from Coimbatore, India. A very graceful, ever smiling, polite dynamic lady who is a loving wife & mom to two smart kids and has a passion for cooking & baking. Cheers to her!
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