Cutlets made with spinach and soya chunks will be liked by all. They can be served in breakfast as well as starter in any party. Deep fry or shallow fry them, in both ways they taste awesome.
Ingredients for Palak Soya Cutlet
Spinach - 2 cup (finely chopped)
Soya granules - 1 cup
Maida - 2 tbsp
Bread crumbs - 1 cup
Potato - 2 (boiled)
Green chilly - 2 (finely chopped)
Ginger - 1 inch piece (grated) or (1 tsp paste)
Red chilly powder - ¼ tsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Oil - to fry cutlets
How to make Palak Soya Cutlet
Heat 1.5 cup water in any utensil. When water gets heated, add soya granules in it and soak for 5 minutes. Strain rest of the water with help of a sieve. Squeeze granules to drain rest of the water.
Add 4 tbsp water in maida and make a thin mixture. Add little water at a time and stir until all lumps get dissolved. Add 1 pinch salt in mixture. Peel potatoes and mash them finely.
Place spinach in a pan and stir constantly until its rawness is finished.
Take a big bowl and add mashed potatoes, roasted spinach, soya granules, salt, red chilly, green chilly and ginger paste. Mix all ingredients nicely. Mixture for making cutlets is ready now let’s start making cutlets.
Take little mixture (lemon size) in your hand and bind it giving a round or oval shape. Dip the ball in maida mixture and coat it with bread crumbs. Press slightly with hands and place in a plate. Like wise prepare all cutlets. Keep them aside for 5-7 minutes so that they get fermented.
Heat oil in a pan. Place as many cutlets as possible at a time or 4-5 cutlets in the pan and cook until they get golden brown color. Fry all cutlets like wise.
Hot soya spinach cutlets are ready. Serve with green coriander chutney or with tomato sauce and enjoy eating them.
Suggestion: if you don’t have soya granules then coarsely grind soya badi and use it. If you prefer eating less oil then you can even shallow fry the cutlets.