Leftover Turkey Cutlets

Leftover Turkey Cutlets  
                                              

 Ingredients
  • 1 cup leftover turkeys, shredded
  • 2 potatoes, cooked and  mashed
  •  1/2 tsp chicken masala
  • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 1.2 tsp cumin powder
  • 1/2 tsp garam masala
  • 1/2 tsp pepper powder
  • salt, as needed
  • coriander leaves, chopped
  • 1/2 cup all -purpose flour
  • bread crumbs, as needed
Directions
 Heat 2 tsp oil in a pan  and splutter cumin seeds. To this add all the masala powders and saute till lightly brown. Now add shredded turkeys and mashed
potatoes.( Do not overcook potatoes, should be dry in texture). Combine this potato turkey mixture till  coated well with masalas. Adjust salt. To this add
chopped coriander leaves and sprinkle chat masala. Remove from heat and allow to cool. Now make balls out of it and make patties by pressing with hands.Make a paste of flour by adding water to the flour. Dip the patties in flour paste, coat well with bread crumbs and shallow fry till golden brown.
Serve hot with ketchup or any sauce.

                                                 
                                                  

Comments

  1. Tempting crispy cutlets Vrinda...looks so yummy :)

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  2. Turkry cutlet looks nice and crispy...

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  3. Very tempting.Nice idea with leftovers.

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  4. Thats clever to make cutlets with the leftover turkey makes perfect sense.. love you presentation as always

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  5. Great idea Vrinda...Take the leftover turkey to India...lol...Lovely presentation :-)

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  6. Wow ! Crispy cutlets!. I dont eat turkey , but culet is perfect and gorgeous.

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  7. Vrinda seen your posts after a long time. Was missing them a lot.

    I was busy with work and friends and could not write or find time to read. December is a very tedious month until holidays arrive.

    The cutlet looks super. Kalakki ketto. Your cooking is marvellous. Why dont you start a book in malayalam. I hope modern girls can use it as a guidelines to learn cooking. :)

    Pokiyathu alla ketta...

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  8. Dear Vrinda and Mahesh
    Very nice dish and procedures too. Dont get Turkey in my place. I think I can try it out with left over chicken :-)

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  9. lovely presentation and nice pic...

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  10. Crispy and yummy cutlets....they look so perfect.
    Lovely presentation...

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  11. I love cutlets and this looks so so crispy delicous.

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  12. Feel like grabbing those crispies..mouthwatering!!

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  13. nice idea using the left over turkey!! the cutlets look crispy and delicious with that nice ketchup!!

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  14. awesome cutlet...mouth watering picture

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  15. wow!!!turkey or chicken im sure this will turn out GREAT!!

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  16. Awesome cutlets..so perfect and crisp...Would love to grab them anytime.

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  17. Those are lovely, Vrinda. Great way to use up leftover turkey!

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  18. A great way to finish of the left-over turkey da..looks so perfect in shape with crispy and crunchy tastes..will definitely highlight any menu of the day

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  19. Very creative. A nice way to use the leftover.

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  20. Beautiful Photography.I just keep admiring your pictures.Turkey Cutlets look so yummy amd crispy. Great way to use all that leftover turkey. I'm so proud of you, dear Neighbour.

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  21. mouth watering turkey cutlets....makes good patty for burgers too!!!!!!!

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  22. oh wow!!! look so perfect, crispy and yummy..Nice click and love the way u have put the ketchup..Adipoli..

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  23. Delicious da.Looks crispy and perfect.Kalakkan presentation!!!

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  24. How delicious! So perfectly golden brown and crispy! I want to reach in and grab one!

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  25. These look great! I love the golden crispy breading!

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  26. Ingane kothipikalle manushyatheee......Un sahikable...pine hows ur health ok ayooooooo?

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  27. Looks so crispy and tempting... lovely cutlets Vrinda :)

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  28. Your patties have to be the prettiest I have ever seen, so perfectly shaped and golden crispy brown. I like the way you make the coating for these, new idea to me.

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