How To Make Russian Cutlet – Russian Cutlet Recipe
Cheesy Russian Cutlet is an easy yet delicious recipe made with boneless chicken, mashed potatoes, and various veggies. Delightful and light on the stomach. Due to its non-spicy taste, it is kid’s favorite and also elders. A perfect starter for Ramadan iftar meals.
The Russian word kotleta refers to pan-fried croquettes of minced meat and mashed potatoes. That is exactly what this recipe delivers. I tried these Cheesy Russian Cutlets in Dubai at one of my friend’s house. It was really awesome.
It is my family’s favorite, especially for Ramadan. It is indeed a belly-filing recipe. Combination of Arabic Chicken Harees with these Russian cutlets is simply incredible. Sure to try.
Ingredients of Russian Cutlet
Potatoes - 4 PC (Big)
Boneless Chicken - 250 gm
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 Tablespoon
Green Chili Paste - 1 Tablespoon
Black Pepper Powder - 1 Teaspoon
Soya Sauce - 1/2 Teaspoon
Vinegar - 1 Teaspoon
Green Chili Sauce - 1 Tablespoon
Cheese Cubes - 2 Cubes
Salt - To Taste
Capsicum - 2 Tablespoon (Chopped)
Carrot - 2 Tablespoon (Chopped)
Coriander Leaves - 2 Tablespoon (Chopped)
Edible Oil - 1 Cup Tablespoon (for Frying)
Egg - 1 Pcs (Whisked with 1 teaspoon of milk)
Steps for Russian Cutlet
Boil potatoes, mash it and keep it aside. Now boil the chicken with ginger garlic paste, soya sauce, vinegar, green chili sauce, and salt. Cook until the chicken is completely dry, shred the chicken and keep it aside.
Saute the veggies (capsicum and carrot) for a while and add them to the mashed potatoes mixture along with the shredded chicken, black pepper powder, salt.
Add the finely chopped coriander leaves to the Cut the Cheese Cubes into smaller cubes and add to the mixture.
Make small round or desired shaped cutlets of the mixture. Heat oil in a pan over high heat and then lower the heat to medium.
Take an egg and whisk it with one teaspoon of milk in it. Dip the Cutlets in egg and deep fry the cutlets.
Your delicious Cheesy Russian Cutlets are ready to serve. Serve it with Tomato Ketchup or mayo.
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