Egg Vegetable Cutlets

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The crispier you make, the more tempting these egg cutlets turn. This monsoon, give a memorable crispy treat to your tongue, with a dish that is famous and heart-winning, since years.

Category: Non-Veg

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Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 20 Minutes

Ready in: 20-25 Minutes

Servings: 5-6


  • 25 gm of Maida
  • 1/2 cup of Milk
  • 5 eggs- 4 Hard boiled, and 1 beaten egg- separate
  • 2 tsp of Ginger, and chilli paste
  • 1 tsp of Red chilli powder
  • 1/4 tsp of Chat masala
  • 5 Tb. Ps of Bread crumbs
  • 2 finely cut Onions
  • 4 cups of potatoes- boiled, mixed, diced, and mashed (you may also use some other regular vegetable of your choice, for making the filling tastier)
  • Salt as per your taste
  • Oil – to fry


  • Take a mixing bowl to put in the mashed veggies or potatoes in it.
  • Now, put in the grated ginger, onion, chillies, coriander, chat masala, and 4 tbsp of bread crumbs, with salt to taste.
  • Blend all the ingredients well, without adding any water.
  • Now, put in a little water. Mix all the ingredients using your hands, to make a soft dough. Now, let the mixture relax. (Make Sure you are using a little water, so that the batter doesn’t get thin in texture)
  • After 5 minutes, prepare small, palm-size roundels of this dough, using your palm.
  • You have to keep the eggs sideways, to boil, when you are preparing the dough.
  • Once the eggs are ready, then, cut them into thin slices, from the middle.
  • Flatten the prepared Tikki. Put the half egg or egg slice in the middle of the Tikkies.
  • The entire half egg must be cover with the masala.
  • Use the beaten egg as a paste, to brush up on the cutlets. You may also dip in and take out on a platter.
  • Now, keep the cutlets to the refrigerator, for about 1/2 an hour.
  • Use a separate bowl and put in Maida, salt, and some water, to make a smooth batter.
  • Keep it aside.
  • Place the bread crumbs into a separate plate.
  • Take out the cutlets from the refrigerator. Let it rest on room temperature, for a while.
  • Now, first, dip the cutlets in the maida batter.
  • And then, roll it in the bread crumbs.
  • Keep it in a plate.
  • You may use a wok for frying, and put some oil in it.
  • Let the oil get heated, on medium flames.
  • Start frying, by slowly tipping in the cutlets one-by-one.
  • Make sure you take the right amount of oil for frying, as putting too much oil can spoil the taste.
  • Fry the front side, till it turns to brown, and then the other side.
  • You can serve it hot, with sour or sweet sauces.
  • For garnishing, you may use thinly sliced capsicum and onions.