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 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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these look so good Monica. I have to try these.
these look so good Monika. I have to try these.
Khila khila ke maar hi daaloghe…. 😥 I love kebab’s and these seriously look too easy to make.
I’ve has dahi kebabs just once, i loved the recipe, makes for a great party appetizer
Looks delicois bookmarked to try for a weekend snack
yum! that looks delecious, esp the pic with curd peeking out, im gonna try it 🙂
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.
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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