No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet

How about some tasty snack on day of fasting without onion and garlic? Sounds great isn’t it? I am not sure how many of us fast regularly but this is sure shot a variety option when we fast.

Among Hindus it is a custom that people don’t tend to eat onion and garlic when they fast. During those times people consider food items like upma, chapathi, poha, sabudana etc. So next time when you are fast try adding this in your menu.

Actually I did not intend to prepare this on fasting day, but it’s just that something came out of my mind when I was thinking what to do for breakfast on a weekend.

Carrots which are added along with cutlet’s basic ingredient potato adds a mild sweet flavor. It’s sour and spicy and at the same time oats added will take of the rest of the taste ;). It’s now a part of my recipe book.

It involves just three steps, boiling, mixing and shallow frying. Let us see how to prepare No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet

No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet

Ingredients

  • Potatoes : 2 Large sized
  • Carrots : 2
  • Oats : 1 cup
  • Chilly powder: ½ tbsp.
  • Garam Masala: ¼ tbsp.
  • Lemon Juice : 2-3 spoons or according to desired sourness
  • Salt : As per taste
  • Finely chopped coriander: 2-3 tbsp.
  • Oil : for shallow frying

Method

Peel potatoes and carrots and boil them. (My job became easier with microwave. Avoids using pressure cooked and therefore cleaning the vessels)

;)Mash the potatoes and carrots. Its ok even there few chunks left here and there. It adds up the taste

Add Garam Masala, chilly powder, salt, lemon juice, coriander and mix well

Make it into cutlets of desired shape. { I tried out for heart shape first. But Nah realized soon that I was bad at it and hence switched over diamond shape ;)

Put the oats on a flat plate and the roll the cutlets on the oats. Gently press them so that required amount of oats is coated all over.

Heat a tawa/pan. Place the cutlets carefully over the tawa and add few drops of oil around them.

Turn the cutlets on the other side and then repeat the process.

Take them out when they turn out brown on both the side.

Serve them with tomato ketchup or any chutney of your choice.

No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet

 

No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet
Recipe Type: Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Author: Krish
Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Serves: 2
No Onion No Garlic Oats Cutlet : An ideal food that can be added in the Fasting Menu
Ingredients
  • • Potatoes : 2 Large sized
  • • Carrots : 2
  • • Oats : 1 cup
  • • Chilly powder: ½ tbsp.
  • • Garam Masala: ¼ tbsp.
  • • Lemon Juice : 2-3 spoons or according to desired sourness
  • • Salt : As per taste
  • • Finely chopped coriander: 2-3 tbsp.
  • • Oil : for shallow fry
Instructions
  1. • Peel potatoes and carrots and boil them. (My job became easier with microwave. Avoids using pressure cooked and there cleaning the vessels 😉
  2. • Mash the potatoes and carrots. Its ok even there few chunks left here and there. It adds up the taste
  3. • Add Garam Masala, chilly powder, salt, lemon juice, coriander and mix well
  4. • Make it into cutlets of desired shape. { I tried out for heart shape first. But Nah realized soon that I was bad at it and hence switched over diamond shape ;)}
  5. • Put the oats on a flat plate and the roll the cutlets on the oats. Gently press them so that required amount of oats is coated all over.
  6. • Heat a tawa/pan. Place the cutlets carefully over the tawa and add few drops of oil around them.
  7. • Turn the cutlets on the other side and then repeat the process.
  8. • Take them out when they turn out brown on both the side.
  9. • Serve them with tomato ketchup or any chutney of your choice.

 

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