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Monday, December 5, 2016

Baked Vermicelli - Vegetable Cutlets


Here are some guilt free and flavorful vermicelli and vegetable based cutlets or tikkis to munch on along with a cup of tea in the evenings. I have used potato, carrot and beans here though other veggies like peas, cauliflower or greens can be added too. Vermicelli here can be replaced with other kind of noodles but I find the Indian variety short strands of vermicelli more convenient to use here. The tikkis of course can be pan fried or deep fried too instead of baking. (The tikkis in the background plate were pan fried.)
Ingredients: (Yiled 12 cutlets)
1 cup cooked vermicelli*
1 cup peeled, chopped and cooked vegetables (I used potato, carrot and beans.)
1/8 tsp. turmeric powder
1/2 tsp. chaat masala
1/2 tsp. chili powder or to taste
3/4 tsp. amchur powder
Salt to taste
1/2 cup (or as needed) bread crumbs
Oil to spray 
* Indian style 1/2 inch vermicelli strands
Method:
* Drain the cooked vermicelli and set aside to cool. Squeeze out any extra water if present.
* Drain the cooked vegetables taking care that no water is present. Coarsely pulse them using a food processor.
* Preheat the oven to 350 deg F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil if preferred and spray it with cooking oil and keep it aside.
* Add the cooked vermicelli, prepared veggies, turmeric, spice powders and salt to a mixing bowl and mix well with a spoon or hand. Add bread crumbs as needed and mix to form a cohesive mixture. 
* Pinch out lemon sized portions and shape them into discs. Arrange them on the prepared baking sheet and spray the tops with oil again.
* Bake them until the bottom portion turn golden brown and flip them and continue to bake until the other side browns too. (I forgot to record the time of baking but it may take around 30 minutes or so.)

This goes to Blogging marathon #71, under the theme 'One Ingredient - Three Courses'. Check here to find out what the other marathoners are cooking as part of the BM.

Comments

7 comments:

vaishali sabnani said...

Totally awesome..loving the look and texture of these tikkis. Baking is a super option, truly guilt free.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

adding vermicelli gives a nice texture right. amazing that you baked. super like

Sapana Behl said...

Omg the vermicelli tikki looks so amazing.Love the idea of baking .

Pavani N said...

Wow, what an amazing idea to make cutlets with semya. They look very delicious.

Priya Suresh said...

Baking cutlets is definitely guilt free. Am drooling over those baked vermicelli cutlets.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Yummy idea for cutlets.

Srivalli said...

Those pictures are classic Suma..such a sinful treat and baking it makes it so healthy too!