• 2 – fresh soft Maize (grated)
• 1 tbsp – Gram Flour (besan)
• 1 tbsp – Rava
• 1 cup – boiled Peas
• 1 tsp – Ginger paste or grated Ginger
• 2 – Green chillies, finely chopped
• 2 tsp – finely chopped coriander
• 1 – Lime, juiced
• Chaat Masala or Garam Masala – to taste
• For frying:
• Refined vegetable oil
• 2 tbsp – Rava
• 1 tsp – roasted sesame seeds
- Take grated maize (this will be like a paste with some juice. Take a thick portion of this and remove all the juice by squeezing it with a spoon).
- Put the thick portion of grated maze in a big bowl.
- Add gram flour, rava, ginger paste, boiled and drained peas, chopped chillies, coriander, salt, lime juice, and chat masala or garam masala.
- Mix it well and keep this mixture in refrigerator for 1/2 hour to set.
- Remove the mixture from the fridge.
- Heat the oil in frying pan.
- Take a plate and spread a thick layer of rava and sesame seeds over it.
- Make flat oval shapes of the batter and roll it in the rava-sesame mixture. (Try to wrap the rava and sesame seeds all over the cutlet).
- Fry it carefully.
- Let the cutlets become brown on a slow flame.
- Remove and drain excess oil.
Recipe courtesy of Sonal