Soya cutlet is a delicious snack having high nutritious value and protein content. Soya is a great
substitute of protein from meats and is especially good for kids of growing age.
This family-friendly recipe can be relished as an evening snack with tea of your favourite beverage
and is super easy to make. You can know how to make it at home with easy recipe guide. The soya
cutlet are mashed and made into small chunk which are shallow fried on pan.
 Soya Chunks – 1 Cup
 Potatoes – 2, boiled
 Oil – 1 tbsp
 Chopped garlic – 1 tbsp
 Chopped Ginger – 1 tbsp
 Green Chillies – 3
 Onion – 1
 Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
 Chilly powder – 1 tsp
 Coriander powder – 1 tsp
 Garam masala powder – 1 1/2 tsp
 Required salt
 Chopped coriander leaves
 Oil for frying
To Coat the Soya Cutlets
 Corn flour – 3 tbsp
 Required water
 Bread crumbs for coating

These veg recipe – soya cutlets are healthy, easy to make and taste very delicious. It is a great
appetizer you can serve in parties. You can bake or shallow fry these veg recipe- soya cutlets instead
of deep frying. Do try this simple soya cutlets and please share how it turned out
 Soak the Soya chunks with hot water and allow it to rest for min 30 minutes.
 After 30 mts, drain the water and rinse it 2-3 times in cool water.
 Squeeze off the excess water from the chunks properly.
 Take the soya chunks in the blender and grind it coarsely.
 In a pan, heat a tbsp of oil. Add chopped garlic, chopped ginger and green chillies. Saute for
a min
 Add chopped Onions and saute until it becomes soft.
 To that, add the spices turmeric powder, chili powder, Coriander powder, garam masala
powder and required salt .Saute for a min.
 Add the ground soya and saute until everything combined well.
 Transfer to a bowl and allow it to cool completely.
 To Make Cutlet: To the soya masala, add the boiled potatoes, chopped coriander leaves,
required salt and mash it well. Combine everything together.
 Take a small portion and flatten it between the palms to give it a cutlet shape. Similarly do it
for the rest of the mixture.
 To Coat the cutlets: In a bowl, Add Corn flour and add water little by little and make it to a
smooth thin batter.
 In another plate, take some bread crumbs. Now everything is ready.
 Dip the cutlets in the batter and then coat them well in the breadcrumbs. Make sure all the
sides are coated well. Remove any excess bread crumbs as it spoils the oil.
 At this stage the cutlets are ready to freeze. You can store it in a zip lock bag & freeze it for
1-2 months. Keep the frozen cutlets at room temp for 30-45 mins before frying
 To Fry the Cutlets: Heat some Oil in a pan and fry the cutlets until golden brown on both
sides. You can also bake or shallow fry them. Make sure, you do it in medium heat. If the oil
is too hot, then the outer layer will become dark and the cutlets won’t taste good and if the
oil is low then the cutlets will become soggy and it won’t be crispy.
 Drain it from the Oil and your delicious cutlets are ready.
 Serve it with Ketchup and Enjoy with hot coffee/Chai!!!
You can store the veg recipe-soya cutlets in a zip lock bag & freeze it for 1-2 months. Keep the frozen
cutlets at room temp for 30-45 mins before frying.

Satyajit Dhumal
This is Satyajit Dhumal I am professional Food blogger, and Internet marketer .

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