Millet Soyabean Cutlets Slim/Air Fried Cutlets

Millet soybean cutlets. Kodo millet soybean cutlets are slim fried in microwave with only two teaspoon oil. One teaspoon oil to grease the crusty plate or baking tray and one teaspoon to brush over the cutlets. You can also use your air fryer to fry these cutlets. Or you can also bake the cutlets in oven or halogen oven at 200° or shallow fry. Sharing all the methods. Cooked kodo millet and soybean with spices and lemon juice made these cutlets delicious. Potatoes are used for binding. You don’t need breadcrumbs or any flour. You can also use sweet potatoes instead of potatoes if you want.

These super healthy gluten free cutlets can be served as party starter or as a teatime snack. Or enjoy it as nutritious and filling breakfast dish with any sauce or chutney. Kodo millet and soybean have an impressive amount of protein and vitamins. Vegan people can skip cheese, I had used cheese only in two cutlets for my kids. Using cheese is completely your choice. I recently shared protein rich Soybean egg casserole. And a delicious Kodo millet broccoli pulao. Here are some recipes with millet. Click on the name below for recipe.

1. Millet walnut date cake

2. Vegan date millet peanut butter cookies

3. Pearl millet pizza crackers

4. Fennel oats millet cookies

5. Manipuri tan or flatbread with finger millet or ragi

6. Finger millet oats chocolate cookies

7. Pearl millet cashew almond honey cookies

8. Pearl millet sesame oats cookies

9. Finger millet or ragi chocolate crinkle cookies

10. Barnyard millet fried idli

11. Potato and barnyard millet cutlets

According to Healthline Although anyone can reap the nutritional benefits of eating millet, it’s been shown to be especially beneficial for diabetes management, making it one of the better whole grains for managing blood sugar. Millet is a good choice for diabetes due to its high fiber content. Fiber helps slow digestion. As a result, sugar enters the bloodstream slowly, lessening the risk of a blood sugar spike.

Potatoes are a versatile and delicious vegetable that can be enjoyed by everyone, including people with diabetes. However, because of their high carb content, you should limit portion sizes, always eat the skin, and choose low GI varieties, such as Carisma and Nicola. They’re rich in potassium and B vitamins, and the skin is a great source of fiber. However, if you have diabetes, you may have heard that you should limit or avoid potatoes. The truth is, people with diabetes can eat potatoes in many forms, but it’s important to understand the effect they have on blood sugar levels and the portion size that’s appropriate. To read more click here.

But as I mentioned above you can always use sweet potatoes instead of potatoes. So these cutlets are gluten free, vegan and diabetic friendly. You have to rinse and soak the soybean overnight like chickpeas rajma etc. Next day pressure cook with 1&1/4 cup water. After one whistle reduce the heat and cook for 20-25 minutes or till soybean becomes soft and easy to mash. Don’t discard the remaining nutritious water of boiled soybean if any. Either cook till water absorbed completely or use the water in soup or other dishes.

You can cook kodo millet as you cook rice. Soak in water for 15-20 minutes drain and cook with double amount of water. Use 1 cup water for 1/2 cup kodo millet. You can also use pressure cooker to boil the kodo millet. Pressure cook for 2 whistle. For open pot,when water starts to rolling boil reduce the heat, cover the vessel and cook on simmer for 10-15 minutes or till moisture evaporate and millet becomes soft. Add spices according to your choice. To make your cutlets more spicy add more chopped green chilli or you can also use red chilli powder.

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Recipe

Kodo millet – 1/2 cup

Soyabean – 1/2 cup

Potato – 3 medium, boiled

Onion – 2 medium, finely chopped

Green chilli -2-3 or to taste, finely chopped

Ginger – 1 inch piece, grated

Cilantro or coriander leaves – handful, chopped

Salt – 1&1/2 teaspoon or to taste

Black salt to taste

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Garam masala powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Chaat masala powder – 1 teaspoon

Lemon juice – 1&1/2 teaspoon

Cheese as require, optional

Method

1..Rinse and soak soybean overnight in enough water. Next day rinse again and pressure cook with 1&1/4 cup water. After one whistle reduce the heat and cook on simmer for 20-25 minutes or till soybean becomes soft. Let the pressure settle down on its own. Open the lid and cook again till all the moisture evaporate if any.

2. Wash the kodo millet well on a colander or sieve. Soak in water for 15-20 minutes. Cook with one cup water till water absorbed and millet becomes soft. You can also pressure cook the kodo millet if you want. Peel the boiled potatoes.

3..Mash the boiled potatoes, kodo millet and soybean with a potato masher or your hand. Make lump free smooth dough. You can use your mixer grinder to grind the boiled soybean. If you find it difficult to mash. But don’t add water.

4. Add chopped onion, green chilli, cilantro or coriander leaves, grated ginger, salt, black salt, lemon juice and all the spices. Mix everything well. Taste and adjust the seasoning. You can add more green chilli if you want your cutlets more spicy or you can also use red chilli powder.

5. Make equal size balls and press with your palm to make flat patties. Shape the cutlets.

6. I made two large size cutlets and stuff with a piece of mozzarella and cheddar mixed cheese. Also sharing the pictures of cheese stuffed cutlets after frying.

7..Grease the crusty plate with 1 teaspoon oil. Arrange the cutlets on crusty plate. Brush the cutlets with little oil. Fry the cutlets in microwave slim fry mode. Set as instructed for veg cutlets. After beeping sound flip the cutlets upside down and press the start button. If cutlets are not perfectly brown cook for a few minutes again on slim fry mode. I had to cook for 5 minutes more.

8. You can also bake the cutlets in your preheated oven at 200° for 10-15 minutes or until cutlets becomes golden brown from both sides.

9. For halogen oven press speed up button. Set the temperature at 200°. Bake for 10 minutes or till upside becomes brown. Flip the cutlets upside down and bake again at 200° for 5-6 minutes or till cutlets becomes golden brown.

10. Or use your air fryer. You can also shallow fry the cutlets from both sides till golden brown.

Notes

1. You can use boiled sweet potatoes instead of potatoes.

2. You can also use cooked quinoa in the cutlets.

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I am Sujata Roy. A homemaker, a doting mother to two beautiful grown up children, a blogger, a passionate cook and lastly a foodie. Experimenting in the kitchen is what I love and enjoy doing the most. Specially experimenting with vegetarian dishes and egg-less cakes and cookies is what interests me more. My loved ones are fond of vegetarian cuisines, so I have them in my mind whenever I dish out a new recipe. However, I do not limit my experimental cooking to vegetarian recipes only, non-vegetarian recipe ideas are also dished out. Thank you for visiting my blog. Happy Cooking!

5 thoughts on “Millet Soyabean Cutlets Slim/Air Fried Cutlets”

  1. Cutlets with healthy goodness of Soyabeans and millets sounds absolutely flavorful and nutritious. Bookmarking the recipe to try it out soon. Thanks for sharing.

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