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Plantain Cutlets

Plantain/Raw Banana - 2 big
Boiled Potato - 1 big
Chopped Spring/Green Onions - 1 cup
Chopped Red Onions - 1/2 cup (optional)
Chopped Coriander/Cilantro leaves - 1/3 cup
Cayenne pepper/Red chilli powder - 1 tbsp
Chat Masala - 1/4 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/8 tsp

1. Peel the plantain skin and cook it till soft in enough water.  After cooling, grate the cooked plantain.
2. In a mixing bowl, add grated plantain, mashed boiled potato, chopped spring onions (with greens), red onions, cilantro, cayenne pepper, chat masala, garam masala and salt.
3. Mix all the ingredients well and make round balls of this mixture.  Flatten the balls between palms to form a pattie/pattice shape.
4. Shallow fry these patties in a pan drizzling little oil.  Fry till both sides turn crisp and golden brown.
5. Serve hot plantain cutlets with ketchup or chutney.


  1. The weather is bit cold here now, love to have this hot spicy cutlets now, looks delicious :-)

  2. Crispy and tasty cutlets uma,and a good choice for rainy season..

  3. Wow... really a mouth watering cutlets....

  4. Haven't this one yet and it's very interesting looks delicious

  5. yummy cutlets ...looks delicious n tempting ...yummyyyy


  6. Love anything with plantain, cutlets looks yumm!

  7. looks awesome.. crispy n yummy

  8. love your cutlet recipes every time..

  9. Nice recipe..yummy cutlets, never tried with plantains,will surely give this a try.

  10. LOoks yammy....I am very fond of this kind of dishes....

  11. Yummy Looking Cutlets. Love the way you have made it look so simple to prepare. Awesome preperation.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  12. this is new to me, will try out sometime, looks so good and must be delicious uma

  13. pass me d plate da.....irresistable...!

  14. uma thats a very delicious and interesting cutlet.. with raw plantain.. good one yarr.. is that easy to grate the cooked plantain
    Btw There is an award waiting for u in my blog.Please stop by and collect it dear

  15. u r really getting good at turning diff. things into cutlets. ur cutlet recipes are all too good.

  16. Never made cutlets from plantain, nice idea and looks yum as well

  17. Crsipy n mouthwatering delight.Perfect for this monsoon season.
    Do visit mine

  18. thats one nice tasty cutlets:) all kids would love it for sure.. :)

    hi uma, this is neethu here... i would love u to drop in at my small world of cookery and sahre ur thoguhts and suggestions and aso add me to ur friend list :).. happy to follow u dear :)


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