25 February, 2011
Suran Gaddi/Suran/ Elephant’s Foot CutletsPosted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Cutlets, Elephant's foot, Healthy food, Kid Friendly, Shallow Fried, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar Tags: Accompaniments, Cutlets, Elephant's foot, Snack, Suran Cutlets
I did not make the daal but now was stuck with this foot. So I made something like pav bhajji –rejected. I vaguely remember Amma making it so well that it tasted like mutton but I cannot find the recipe. If
someone can I would be grateful.
Now the major part of the thing I boiled with a little Kokum and salt and racking my brains as to what I should do with it.
I remembered reading in the newspaper about elephant’s foot, where the author had made some cutlets. This was ages ago and ingredient?? Ha-ha big joke.
Then I decided to wing it through as at the most I will have to throw it out.
1/2 kg boiled suran
4-5 flakes garlic
a handful of coriander
chilli powder (adjust as per taste)
bread crumbs or bread soaked in water and squeezed dry
2 tblspn besan or cornflour(optional)
3 tblspn rice flour( optional)
oil for frying
Younger kid– Mamma tastes like non veg food.
Older kid — Mamma what have you made these look like croquettes that Stacy buys.
Hubby dear– I want some more.
Friends in office — Hey what have you brought? You brought them? Idiot don’t you know what not to buy?
Me– No I made them at home.
Friend– What will this Bhattin (Brahmin woman) make? Give them here let us taste them.
All in all must try again.