The C Tiffin

 

So what can we have in “C” Tiffin

CUTLET,

CREAM-ROLL,

Cookies

cake piece

a cinnamon roll

Cashews

cucumber + carrot + cabbage sandwich 

Another good options are chowmein or mung dal chila/ batter cake, also you can keep coconut barfi and cham cham as coconut is a very healthy and tasty thing. 

Will share the recipe of Cutlet which is easy to make and delicious Indian snack a hit in tiffin boxes. This cutlet I use for eating individually also it can be used for burgers or even making chats of cutlet aka Tikki in Hindi. Filled with loads of veggies, of course, it’s mommy’s favorite

Ingredients
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METHOD

First cook the potatoes, mash them and keep aside. Chop the carrot, beans and boil it for say one or two whistles along with the peas. Pressure cooking the veggies make them soft and easy for kids to chew. Remove any excess water and keep aside.

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Now, in a mixing bowl or plate add the mashed potatoes, boiled/ cooked veggies, coriander, and mint leaves, red chili powder, jeera powder, garam masala powder, salt, amchur powder, add bread crumbs if needed.
Now altogether mix all the ingredients except outer covering of rava and oil. Divide the mixture into equal sized balls as per your requirement.

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Now lightly roll or press the cutlets on rava/sooji/semolina just to form a layer on top.
Turn the cutlet and make sure that the other side of the patty is also covered with semolina evenly.  Shallow fry the patties until both the sides of the cutlet turns golden brown by flipping. Once done remove from the oil and place on a tissue or paper towel to remove excess oil. Shallow fry the remaining cutlets similarly.
Pack them in tiffin once the steam is gone with ketchup.

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Just keep cinnamon roll along with these cutlets

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Today is Day 3 with letter “C” of AtoZ challenge.

My theme for the challenge is ‘Tackling Tiffin tantrums” to help ease lunchbox woes for moms & kids.

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That’s all for today, see you tomorrow! For all AtoZ of Tiffin Ideas click here or search for #A2ZTiffinideas on Twitter and Facebook

Linking with #BlogchatterA2Z and #AtoZ Challenge for April 2019

 

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37 Responses

  1. Mann says:

    Easy peasy recipe for people who would like to make it quick. Good one.
    Mann
    https://orientalafterglow.com/events/a-to-z-challenge/c-for-chitkul/

  2. Onr more delicious post!! 👍👍

  3. Aditi Kapur says:

    You are spoiling me for choice😍
    The recipes are yummy 😋

  4. Suhasini says:

    Tempting me to try it out.

  5. Very easy and well explained recipe. I am also good in cutlet. My son loves it.

  6. Kislaya says:

    Hi Pragun,
    Would love to try cinnamon roll. Can you share the recipe?

    https://evergreenleaf.blogspot.com/2019/04/c-cravings.html

  7. Cookiess and cake are the best option

  8. Trapti says:

    I never tried this but this looks yummy. I will try it soon;)

  9. abhijit says:

    Another beautiful recipe. Children will look forward to lunch with this kind of menu.

  10. These are wonderful ideas! Can’t wait to try those cutlets!

  11. Your posts are making me hungry every time I read them. Cutlets are my favorite!

  12. Manas Mukul says:

    Your theme brought a smile on my face in a positive way. Good work.
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  13. Looks easy to prepare. Will try it out sometime.

  14. One to add to my Indian recipe collection! Yum!

    My A-Z of Children’s Stories

  15. Wow yummy! I am going to try it for sure

  16. Shilpa Garg says:

    The C Tiffin has a lot of interesting options. I would love to have a piece or 2 of the cutlets, they look yum. 🙂

  17. Sudip says:

    Cream roll… Cutlet… Mouthwatering…

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