December 30, 2019

Cabbage Sattu Cutlet | How to make Cabbage Cutlet | Vegan and GF appetizers


New year parties are usually lots of fun and filled with hope for the New Year as well as celebrate the achievements or learning of the current year. What better fun than to celebrate this with family and friends ? And with a New Year’s party on the cards, the snacks aren’t far behind !

Poonam has asked us to serve savoury party starters / appetizers for this week atfoodie Monday blog hop. Without much ado, let’s get started.

If you want to know what is Sattu flour and the other recipes with Sattu Flour that I make, head to the following recipes:



If you are a snack-fan like our family, check over 50+ varieties of savoury and healthy appetisers/snacks that you can serve with little or no laborious prep time !

Today’s is a vegan and GF treat that’s made healthy with everyday ingredients . It also helps moms feed the not-so liked cabbage veggies.



Would I make it again ? Absolutely . 'Coz it’s :
⁃protein rich
⁃GF and vegan (a major requirement these days with a lot of people with allergies)
⁃Fuss free to make and serve
⁃Make ahead option
⁃Feeds a crowd (make this 2X or 3x to feed more !!)
⁃Fibre rich
⁃Flavours and additives are totally customisable !
⁃Kid friendly !!     ..... And much more 

What’s your favourite snack ? Do leave a comment at the end of this post along with how you liked this recipe



Prep time- 15 min
Cook time - 15 Mins per batch
Makes - 9-10 servings

What you need:
Sattu flour - 2/3 cup (1 cup = 240 ml)
Shredded cabbage - 1 cup
Finely chopped Onions - 1/2 cup (I didn’t add)
Grated Ginger - 1 tsp
Saunf / fennel seeds - 1 tsp
Chopped spicy green chillies - 1 tsp (adjust spice)
Salt to taste
Oil - as reqd to shallow fry (optionally you can also deep fry)
Coriander leaves - a large handful (finely chopped)
Mint leaves - 1 tsp - minced fine
Soaked poha (flattened rice) - 1/4 cup
Spice powders - red chilli powder, amchur (dry mango powder)

How to :
In a large bowl, add the sattu flour, shredded cabbage, onions , all the spice powders, salt, coriander leaves, mint etc (all ingredients except oil). Pl note Poha should be soaked for only 10 mins. 
Mix well and pinch out portions to make the kebab / cutlets. Refrigerate these for 20-30 mins
 In a fry pan, add 3-4 tbsp of oil, shallow fry these kebabs / cutlets till golden brown on both sides (alternately you could also deep fry them). Drain on absorbent paper and serve hot with green chutney / ketchup

PIN FOR LATER



15 comments:

  1. Never tried making cutlets with sattu. The sattu cabbage combo sounds interesting as well. Would love trying out this recipe.

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    1. its very delicious, do try this and let me know how you liked it, Poonam !

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  2. What a lovely snack idea! The cutlets look absolutely delicious. :)

    Love the addition of sattu atta, fennel and soaked poha.

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    1. thanks Priya ! the fennel is a must add :)

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  3. I am loving this cutlet with cabbage and sattu.. never used this combo for cutlets.. will try soon. wonderful make ahead starter to serve for parties or when expecting guests

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    1. pls do try Swaty ! It's a great option for GF guests at parties...

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  4. Using sattu and cabbage for cutlets, wow, never done that before.A healthy gluten free and vegan starter. to enjoy with a chutney.

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    1. It's very delicious, Mayuri ! do try and let me know how you liked it

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  5. I am big fan of cutlets and this looks so delicious. Perfect starter recipe which can be enjoyed guilt free.

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  6. Loved these guilt free healthy cutlets Kalyani. Adding sattu and poha sounds interesting. Perfect party starter with lots of health benefits👌

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    1. yes Aruna, the sattu and poha do bring it together !

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  7. So innovative recipe. Cabbage cutlets with sattu and poha sounds healthy and delicious. Loved the use of soaked poha as a binder. A perfectly guilt free yummy snack for the party.

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    1. thank you sujata. the healthy ingredients do make it guilt free

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  8. Love this innovative recipe with sattu and cabbage. Never tried this combo in cutlets. Gonna try this version soon Kalyani.

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Cheers
Kalyani

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