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Cheese Stuffed Cutlet AKA Dahi Kabab

For this Blog Hop Wednesday (yeah I know I am late again sigh, I must do something about my time management skills soon) the blog assigned was the taleneted Priya’s Now Serving I spent a lot of delicious time on her blog before I zeroed in on the dish I wanted to make


So many dishes so little time, the world isn’t fair actually Winking smile I surprisingly followed the recipe quite closely this time. The most major change I did was to replace the cream cheese she mentioned in the post with hung curd. I love the flavour of flavor of dahi in my kababs and also the fact that curd seemed healthier (and cheaper) option was an added advantage


Recipe – Cheese Stuffed Cutlet AKA Dahi Kabab (Adapted from Now Serving)

What I used

  • 5 medium sized potatoes (boiled, peeled and mashed)
  • 1 big red onion (chopped finely)
  • 5-6 green chilies (finely chopped)
  • ½ cup of fresh coriander leaves chopped
  • Salt to taste
  • dash of paprika powder
  • 1/2 cup hung curd blended a little with generous amount of freshly crushed black pepper and salt
  • ¼ cup each of rice flour and gram flour and a pinch of salt –make a dilute mix of these for dipping
  • 1 brown bread slice grinded in the mixer
  • Olive oil for shallow frying
  • Fresh Veggies of choice for salad to be served along


How I made it

  • Mix all the ingredients apart from hung curd, the dip and the oil together till they just bind together
  • Heat olive oil in a flat pan. Meanwhile make a lemon sized ball in your palm and make a wide shallow dip in the middle, take a tsp of hung curd mixture and stuff it in the dip. Close the potato mixture around to close it fully and give it a desired shape
  • Now dip the patty in the flour dilution
  • Drop in the oil and shallow fry till done

Enjoy with the salad and sauce of choice


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9 comments on “Cheese Stuffed Cutlet AKA Dahi Kabab

  1. Anita Menon
    November 17, 2011

    these look so good Monica. I have to try these.

  2. Anita Menon
    November 17, 2011

    these look so good Monika. I have to try these.

  3. Anonymously Disguised
    November 18, 2011

    Khila khila ke maar hi daaloghe…. 😥 I love kebab’s and these seriously look too easy to make.

  4. Deesha
    November 18, 2011

    I’ve has dahi kebabs just once, i loved the recipe, makes for a great party appetizer

  5. Pinks Recipe Diary
    November 18, 2011

    Looks delicois bookmarked to try for a weekend snack

  6. Deeps @ Naughty Curry
    January 19, 2012

    yum! that looks delecious, esp the pic with curd peeking out, im gonna try it 🙂

  7. Sunitha anand
    March 29, 2012

    I loved the recipe. I made these kababs today. Everybody in my house liked them. Especially my son loved them. Thanks for ur recipe Monika.

  8. shilpakapoor
    August 28, 2013

    Reblogged this on Reviewlicious and commented:
    The end product photos looked so yummylicious that I had to reblog – and such a simple recipe too! Trying these soon & will post my images too 😀

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