Thursday, July 21, 2011

NOODLES CUTLET

Hi Everyone.. Hope ur week is good.. My days are going super fast just with the thought of Ramadhan starting next month.. well, it is considered the holy month and all your prayers are to be answered , if God wills..  U could imagine.. why I am so looking forward to it :) 
Lot of ground to cover :))

I was wondering to host a event for a while.. I think now is just the perfect time to start one.. As I could solely benefit from the harvest.. Ramadhan is a time when I don't try new recipes, I just stick to "Tried and Tested" ones.. We want good , tasty food when we break the fast each day.. So, I was wondering if u guys would add ur experience to my table this year.. Hope you all will really support with my very first event and trigger my energy to even host any in the future.. :) 

And of course the theme is food.. I haven't picked a name yet.. Event will be live on first day of Ramadhan.. Just giving u all a heads up.. :) 




Now lets get to this recipe.. I came across this innovative recipe in Srav's Culinary Concepts . I bookmarked it right away but did take a while to try my hands on it.. very busy :) 
I was so impressed with the results.. so appetizing, filling.. it could almost be served as a breakfast.. And of course I personalized it to my taste.. well guys, what can I say.. u just have to try em' to taste em' . 

Ingredients


Maggi - 1/2 cake
Carrot - 1 no.
Potato - 1 [small]
Onion - 1 no. [small]
Green Chilli - 1 no.
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1/2 tsp
Lemon Juice - 1tsp
Coriander Leaves - little
Salt - as required
Cooking Spray




Preparation 
  • Boil 1/2 cake noodle until cooked and drain and keep aside.
  • Boil potatoes until soft, peel skin and mash.
  • Grate carrot, chop onions, green chillies,
    and coriander leaves finely.
  • Take a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients and mix well ..
  • Check for salt and any lumps.. 
  • Heat a frying pan and use cooking spray to moisten the vessel..  
  • Make medium sized balls and flatten them.. fry in the pan both sides until crispy brown on the outside..

Tips & Tricks 

1) Use cooking spray when u turn the cutlets each side.. U don't want them to stick to the vessel.. 
2) Can add any vegetable of ur choice.. 


And these delicious cutlets are on its way to 











59 comments:

Shobha said...

I loved this one ..very innovative.
Using maggi noodles in a cutlet..gr8 idea.

Ambreen said...

They look delicious! Best of luck for your first event :)

Deeksha said...

Hi
All the best for your upcoming event. Noodles cutlet looks perfect and yummy.

Umm Mymoonah said...

Your very first event, that's great Jabeen. Looking forward to it, also noodle cutlet sounds delicious, very innovative idea.

Vimitha Anand said...

noodles cutlet looks so yum and soft...

ANU said...

very innovative idea...

Reshmi Mahesh said...

These look super...I wud love to make as snack for tea...

schmetterlingwords said...

Noodles and cutlet?? An innovative combination indeed. Looks nice :)

Rani acharyulu said...

Wow,noodle cutlet,looks so nice n delicious.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Cutlets look deliciously wonderful. Great clicks.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Nithya said...

Wow!! super creative recipe. Maggi in anything can surely be a hit for me :)

Foodness Gracious said...

Looks great! and welcome back...
Thanks,

Raksha said...

This one is good. I used to have noodles pakodas in hostel

Loveandcalories said...

lovely dish.....Noone will tell that it has noodles in it!

Junia said...

this looks awesome! veggies in cake patties are very yummy! :D

Vidhya said...

This would make a tasty snack.

divya said...

looks fabulous! Lovely presentation :)

Tina said...

gr8 idea dear...yummy yummy cutlets..

kitchen flavours said...

Never tried noodles cutlets before. Sounds good! Thanks for sharing! Have a lovely weekend!

Mugdha said...

very innovative idea using maggi noodles in a cutlet....superb..:)

Kaveri said...

That's a quick and tasty snack...recipe sounds good

Bikramjit said...

good idea .. but yahan where do i get maggie from :)

looking forward to the even yes yes yes put loads of them pleasee :)

Bikram's

Chaitanya said...

very yummy and innovative....
www.rajafood.blogspot.com

Champa said...

Jabeen,
Thanks for the email about the entry. I hosted it till July 15th. Someone else is hosting kid's delight now and you will have to check Srivalli's blog for that info.

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

Thanks for trying these cutlets !! they came out so perfect and looks yummy :)

Ongoing Event - CC-Roti Pachadi/Chutney

Neha said...

hey Zabeen....Thnx for liking my blog...Yours is a amazing space with so many good recipes...Cutlets looks wonderful and I am sure they will taste as good...looking forward to your event....
Cheers
Neha

Torviewtoronto said...

innovative cutlets lovely snack for iftar

Bizzy B. Bakes said...

Thanks for stopping by and inviting me over. I like your blog and plan to visit often.

This is a creative and tasty recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Kitchen Belleicious said...

so creative! they look delicious. glad you stopped by the other day- i just love your blog here. i am your newest follower

khushi ( a girl's diary) said...

lovely innovative recipe Jabeen .....and thanks a lot for liking my blog.....going to try this recipe soon :)
happy to follow u

Kurryleaves said...

yummy looking cutlets...very innovative..

Vardhini said...

Lovely .. my son loves maggi. He will finish these off in no time :)

Vardhini
Event: Fast food not Fat food

Trisha said...

Mehjabeen thanks for stopping by my blog earlier, I love your blogspace.

I do enjoy Maggi from time to time, but this is new to me, the cutlets look lovely!1

Rahin said...

hey Jabeen, love you blog, cutlets look delicious

oja said...

Noodles and cutlet ... a new combination..
I tried it..Also tastes good..
thanks 4 sharing it..:)

Kalpana Sareesh said...

wow very innovative snack..

Anonymous said...

yummy!

this looks great!

cheers,
yas
www.tickle-your-tastebuds.blogspot.com

Plateful said...

I too had spotted this recipe and wanted to try. But alas, with so many other commitments I hardly get the time to do anything from my pending list. Now that you too vouched for it, I'll try it for Iftar. Btw the Iftar ideas sounds lovely. Looking forward to it!

Suman Singh said...

oh, so creative and the cutlet looks delicious too..love to try this sometime..thanks for sharing!

Ambreen said...

Thank you so much Mehjabeen for taking a look at my recipes & for all your lovely comments. As for your query regarding cake flour, it is slightly different from all-purpose flour. Good for cakes & cookies for tender and delicate texture. As it is not easily available here, I used all-purpose flour. To substitute it, use ( 1 cup minus 2 tbsp ) of all-purpose flour. Hope this helps :)

hemalata said...

Very innovative...Cutlets looks so yummy.

Parsley Sage said...

Great cutlets! So yummy :)

BeenaShylesh said...

wow u have a beautiful blog..........me to following u

SavithaRaj's Spice Land said...

Hi Mehjabeen, thank you very much by stopping by my blog and passing your comments. This is my first time to your blog and loved every second in here..your recipes are very interesting and I like the Teddy bear saying Welcome to my blog...:-)
www.savitharajsspiceland.blogspot.com

Biny Anoop said...

hey dear...thx for visitg my blog...ur space is gr8...looks neat and tidy...cutlets are superb and the idea is gr8

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Seriously an innovative cutlet, that too with noodles! WOW!

nishaslifestyle.blogspot.com said...

looks yum jameen...wishes for u...

Zareena said...

Wow!!! very creative and innovative dish. Loved this a lot.

Saras said...

Happy hosting dear..Noodles cutlets sounds great..

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Taste Junction said...

That's a nice creative recipe!!

cookingvarieties said...

hi mehjabeen. lovely to look at, delicious to eat these cutlets.. am ready to try your great recipe

congrats, I have decided to give you the sunshine award, which you very well deserve. Please kindly accept this award and let me know your confirmed acceptance by writing it in my comment box. Thank you and have a nice day.

Nazarina A said...

Thank you for giving me a visit! Yes, I am too hurriedly now getting ready for Ramadan.I definitely would want to add your delicious noodle cutlet to my Ramadan menu!

thekitchenaffaire said...

First time at your space. Love it already.. Love your cutlets too. :D

Now Serving said...

wonderful wonderful cutlets jabeen :) glad you linked them to my event :) hope to see you on my blog dear - cheers, priya :)

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

Hey dear first time here..but I think I know u ...u hv a bful blog with stunning pics..wonder how I missed it...
Anyways would love to hear a word from u too...
this looks delicious..any leftovers pls.?..Yummo
Following u..
Sanyukta
http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

Zainab said...

hey Jabeen!....Love ur blog :) beautiful recipes :) glad to follow u!!

nishaslifestyle.blogspot.com said...

definitely gonna try ths cutlets...

Shobha Kamath said...

What a novel idea! The pics look terrific ! Thanks for visiting my space and the invite.

Anonymous said...

Hii m first time here ..... liked ur recipe n wll surely try....... but I want to knw if ur taking maggi thn wht abt maggi masala can we add it or not???? Plz reply soon want to try as iftar snack...:))

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