5 in 1 Cutlets (RAMADAN SAVOURY)

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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Ah Ramadan Prep has crept up on us so quickly!
A lot of you have already begun 
and 
some of you may be thinking isn't it a bit too early?

However,
I know a lot of people and women may agree with me when I say
it's best to get all the savoury prep done before Ramadan, 
because it saves you from wasting a lot of time in the kitchen 
when you could be spending the time praying.

When I started Spicy Fusion Kitchen a couple of years back,
I started a 'Ramadan Savoury' series.
I share tried and tested recipes; 
honestly the bulk lot I shared the first year.
Now every year mum and I try out a couple of new recipes
and I add them to the series. 

- Ingredients -

2 cups Chicken Fillet

2 TB Green Masala (ground green chillies)

Salt To Taste

1 tsp Ground Coriander Seeds

1/2 tsp Crushed Cumin'

1 TB Crushed Garlic

1 Cup Spaghetti (boiled)

1 1/2 Cup Mash Potato

1 Cup Grated Cheese

1 Cup Mixed Veggies (peas, whole corn, carrots and robot peppers)

4 Strands of Spring Onions




- METHOD -


  • With your spaghetti cut them up into small pieces after it's been boiled. Also do not over boil them otherwise they will get too soft. 
  • With the spring onions go ahead and cut them up as well into small pieces.



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  1. Mix all your ingredients together and begin to bind small balls together like you would for meat balls or round kebabs. 
  2. We flattened ours a bit because all our kebabs were starting to look very similar lol so this just made it seem like more variety. 
  3. After doing this go ahead and dip into egg and than semolina (if you cannot find this in your local supermarket you can substitute it with flour).
  4. You can pack all of these into your tupperware and label them. 
  5. If you want to do the next step before labeling to save you even more time in Ramadan than pop them in the freezer for an hour till it gets a bit hard.
  6. Dip them back into egg and next bread crumbs. 
  7. After coating them again you can pack them into your tupperware and freeze them for Ramadan or you can fry them into shallow hot oil.



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I hope you enjoy this recipe,
it was a hit in the family when we tested it out 
and now it's definitely a repeat. 
Basically whatever savoury we make
we fry or bake a couple so we can all taste it.
I hope all your Ramadan prep goes smoothly, 
may whatever you make for yourself, your family and even to sell
be filled with barakah (blessings).


Want to see any other 'Ramadan Savoury' recipes I have shared
or simply search on the site 
or google the 'recipe name', 'ramadan savoury' and/or 'spicyfusionkitchen'
and they should all pop up.  


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14 comments

  1. This recipes looks good.Adding spaghetti is interesting as I have ever seen a recipe like this. Can't wait to try it.

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    1. I too was a bit shocked when I came across the recipe. But I realized if you want to boil your spaghetti don't over cook it or it will become too soft.
      Hope you enjoy :)

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  2. Looks so yummy will have to give it a try

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  3. Your post has reminded me of my mum. She makes cutluts but now it has been a while since I last had them, the ones made by her.

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    1. Aww so sweet we all love our mums food, nothing beats mums hands when it comes to cooking <3

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  4. Oh yes... I miss this! My hubby misses this! I've not been cooking for some weeks now, anticipating my delivery. Also, since we have moved temporarily with the parents... Thanks for your version of the recipe. Will try it out in Ramadhan.

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    1. Aww wish I could send you some!!!Insha-Allah all goes well with your delivery! <3 If you do try it out let me know how it goes :)

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  5. Looks tasty! I never heard of this snack before sounds pretty simple and easy to make though!

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    1. I love that it can be frozen so it's easy to just take out and fry when time comes and you're need it for a snack or even a starter.

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  6. Oh my God these look so delicious & I can't wait to try these because I love cutlets❤
    Thank you for sharing a simple and yummy recipe with us.

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    1. Thank you!! These finished so quickly I am sure you will love it!

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  7. Your recipes always sound so easy to make sis. I hope its not a trick �� looking for new recipes to try out for ramadhan might add this one to it.

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    1. Haha no it is not! I try to share simple recipes with simple easy to follow instructions because I have a lot of beginners that follow my blog as well as followers not familiar with Indian/Spicy cuisine so this makes it easy for them. Hope you try it out :)

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