Noodle Cutlet is the perfect evening snack or breakfast or a cocktail accompaniment option! Delicious with hung curd cabbage salad!
So its time for Blog Hop Wednesday again. Time when we look through a gorgeous blog, drool over pictures and decide whats to be cooked (noodle cutlet, anyone?!!!)
This week the blog assigned to me is ConfusionCook, though you can be assured the confusion is just in the fact that what should be made and not in the recipes. Simple sweet recipes. I spent quite a lot of time on her blog looking at the recipes and like me it feels, she likes baking too.
So it would have been ideal if I had picked up a baking recipe from her but I wanted to do something different and also the fact that she is a baker who does not use eggs. For me, somehow baking without eggs doesn’t sit in my head well and while wondering what to cook, I landed on this maggi cutlet recipe. Now I have seen this recipe at many places in many forms, always thought I should attempt it but somehow never did. This seemed like a good chance to try hands on it.
I made a couple of changes to the recipe though. (hey news LOL) I used a packet of instant rice noodles a friend had got for me, didn’t use the white sauce but instead used a mix of homemade salsa with a touch of mayo and added a boiled potato along with other vegetables for the structure. I served it for breakfast today along with a cabbage and hung curd salad and it was such a win. I pan roasted it in olive oil and next time I am thinking I’ll bake them.
Recipe – Noodle Cutlet (Adapted from the Confusion Cook)
- 1 packet noodles instant (I used the rice , feel free to use maggi)
- 1 potato large boiled
- 1 carrot small grated
- 1/2 capsicum grated
- 2 tsps mayonnaise of
- 2 tbsps tomato salsa homemade (you can use the store bought or replace it with pasta sauce)
- 2 cheese cubes grated (I used the Mexican flavoured ones to gel with the rest of the stuff)
- to taste Salt black pepper
- 1 brown bread ground in the mixer to get crumbs
- olive oil
- Cook your instant noodles without the tastemaker according the instructions on the packet.
- Drain if there is any extra water and let it cool a bit.
- Now add the rest of the ingredients to the noodles.
- Mix well and shape them in the desired shapes.
- Pan roast with a little olive oil (or even ghee for the kids) and enjoy with salad and sauce of your choice.
- A healthy and wholesome breakfast I say!
Noodles cultet look very tempting, colorful n mouthwatering. Love these.
First time here you got a lovely space great job and will try the noodle cutlet soon 🙂
wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!1this looks irresistible!!!!!!!!!!!1
looks good…love to try it out
B. M. says
I dont like noodles 🙁 .. hey how about some other cutlets PLEASeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 🙂
super twist!!…now i know the variation to my rice noodles…thnx dear..awsum salad too…
looks yum ! and loved the salad too Mons !
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Wow…these cutlets look super yummy…
This looks so delicious, Mon! Will see if I can try it out today.
Looks delicious and tasty!!!!
Beautiful picture! My kids love cutlets and so this is a gr8 idea to make !!
Priya Yallapantula says
wow, they look great !!!
Nupur Mehra says
Love the combo…
Priya Sreeram says
good one-looks well done
You have an awesome blog! Great pictures!
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thank u so much deeksha
welcome here anusha and thanks a lot
do let me know how it turns out 🙂
u dont like noodles really?
chalo name which one u want bikram 😉
thank u so much vaishali
thanks kalyani I loved the salad too
thanks a lot kaveri
so did u try smitha?
thanks a lot nirmala
🙂 yes indeed
thanks harini do let me know if they liked it
thanks priya sreeram
thank u so much kavi and welcome here
looks really yumm….great job dear
I did – but not properly – I got lazy and used garam masala and chat masala instead of mexican flavourings – but we still loved it 🙂 Will try your recipe properly another day.
thank u so much vidya
Looked good and tasted too, thanks !
Mine here – http://mysideoftheriver.wordpress.com/2011/10/15/noodles-slurp/ 🙂
luved it…cn u tell me if i can bake these cutlets by any chance??
I’m new to the whole cooking scene…..meaning i rarely knw nything other thn simple roti, sabzi n daal…bt one luk at ur blog makes me want to venture into the kitchen more often and at least ry all your recipes atleast once 🙂
PS: can you plz tell me the settings as i dn’t have an oven but a microwave (with convection option)
I am making this today ! come what may !