A very healthy cutlet recipe which included all the vegetables made in an interesting way and by now you can guess that it is NOT deep fried by Airfryed.
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Step 1: Recipe
Semolina – 1 cup
Milk – 5 cups
Refined oil – ½ cup
Chopped vegetables of your choice (Cauliflour, Carrot, beans, peas, capsicum) – 1.5 cup
Salt and black pepper – ½ tsp (As per taste)
Gram flour (optional) – ½ cup
Heat the milk in a pan or Kadai. Once heated add all vegetables and cook for 2-3 min till the vegetables becomes soft and tender. Put the salt and black pepper. Add semolina and cook for atleast 10 min till it thickens and leaves the sides of the pan. Grease a flat plate and spread the mixture on the plate with the help of a katori or bowl. Keep this mixture in refrigerator for 3-4 hours or in freezer for 1 hour till the mixture firms up. Take out the mixture from the freezer and cut into desired shape of the cutlets. Coat with little oil and put in a preheated airfryer for 10 min at 180 degrees. Serve hot with sauce and enjoy the monsoon season.
Note: Another option is that before putting in airfryer, the cutlets can be dipped in a batter of gram flour and water and then it can be air fryed.