• Prep Time
    30 Minutes
  • Cook Time
    30 Minutes
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Kerala Beef Cutlet is an appetizer never missed out on at parties.  A great snack that can be munched on at any time of the day. These super delicious bite-sized croquettes are made with beef cooked in spices dipped in an egg mix, coated in breadcrumbs and are then deep-fried. 



    How to make Kerala Beef Cutlets at home

    Step 1

    Boil the potatoes well, peel, mash well and keep aside.

    Step 2

    Crush 1-inch ginger, 2 green chillies,1 tsp black peppercorn, 1.5 tsp fennel, 2 stalks curry leaves

    Step 3

    Take the beef keema, wash and dry well and saute it with the above-crushed mix and salt as needed and pressure cook it.

    Step 4

    Give some good 6 whistles and dry the liquid of the beef further, till it’s fully dry, add a tbsp of cooking oil to avoid it getting stuck at the bottom.

    Step 5

    Take off the flame and cool.

    Step 6

    Crush the remaining ginger, green chillies, tsp black peppercorn, fennel, curry leaves

    Step 7

    Take a pan and add 4 tbsp of cooking oil, saute the chopped onion in it and add the above-crushed mix once onions are pink in colour.

    Step 8

    Add turmeric, black pepper powder and garam masala.

    Step 9

    Add salt as needed.

    Step 10

    Add the shredded beef mince and switch off the flame.

    Step 11

    To this add the mashed potatoes and mix well.

    Step 12

    Cool the mix and shape it in desired shapes to at least 16 to 18 pieces.

    Step 13

    Dip in whisked egg and crumb with some bread crumbs.

    Step 14

    Deep fry Cutlets and serve hot with some ketchup if needed.

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