Paneer Cutlets: Ramazaan Recipes

By Rashida Naeem
June 11, 2018

Paneer Cutlets

Everyone in my family just loves these Paneer Cutlets. They’re quick, simple, nutritious and always a winner at any tea time, iftaar or eid spread!


Paneer Cutlets, Ramazaan Recipes, Ramadan Recipes, Cutlets, Vegetarian recipes
Paneer Cutlets go well with ketchup, chutney or any sauce you prefer

Ingredients: Paneer Cutlets

Crumbled Cottage cheese(Paneer) 1 1/2 cup

Shredded cabbage 1 cup

One small onion chopped finely

Fresh coriander leaves 2tbsp

4-5 Big green chillies finely chopped

Salt and pepper to taste


Method: Paneer Cutlets

Take the crumbled cottage cheese, mix all the ingredients together and bind them with hand or a spoon.

Adjust salt and pepper. Next, make small cutlets around 2 inches in diameter.

Once the entire mixture is used up, make a thick maida (white flour) paste. (Mix some salt in it and add water to make a paste). It should be of about medium consistency.

First dip each cutlet in the maida (flour) mixture and then coat in breadcrumbs.

Shape well and ensure that each one is entirely covered in crumbs.

Heat oil in a wok. The oil should be fairly hot. Fry the cutlets in batches of 3 or 4 depending upon size of the wok.

When golden brown, remove and drain oil on a tray layered with kitchen paper.

Serve hot with tomato ketchup or any sauce you prefer.

If you like this recipe then try out our other Ramazaan Contest Recipes here. Or go Vegan and make these super delicious Rice paper rolls. Perfect for Eid, Iftaar or tea time!


About Rashida Naeem

Rashida works at The Cedar College Enrichment Program, in Karachi Pakistan. She is a proud mother of 2. Rashida is deeply engaged in youth activities at her work place, and responsible for carrying through many youth initiatives. She thrives on challenge and is an inspiration to many young minds whom she mentors at her work place. Rashida is also a great cook and loves to experiment in the kitchen. She is committed to leading a healthy lifestyle and attempts to add flavour with wholesome nutrition into all her recipes. 'Strive to do your best and keep working hard while you're at it'. This is Rashida's motto and she lives by it every day!

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