1) 2 Potatoes
2) 1 Cup Poha/Avalakki
3) 2 Slice bread
4) 1 Onion
5) 1/2 Capsicum
6) 1 Carrot
7) 2 Green Chillies
8) 1″ Ginger
9)2 Tablespoon Besan / Chickpea flour
10) 1 Cup Sooji / Rava
11) 1 Teaspoon Jeera powder
12) 1/2 Teaspoon Red chilly powder
13) 1/2 Teaspoon Garam Masala
14) Salt to taste
15) Few sprigs of fresh coriander
16) Chaat masala to sprinkle
17) 2 Tablespoon oil



* Boil the potatoes, peel and mash them in a bowl
* Chop Onion, Capsicum, Green Chilly, coriander finely, add to the bowl
* Grate the carrot and ginger, and add to the bowl
* Wash and soak poha for 2 minutes and drain excess water
* When all water drains and poha fluffs up add it to the bowl
* Add salt, red chilly powder, jeera powder and garam masala
* Grind the bread slices into breadcrumbs and add it to the bowl
* Add in Besan/Chickpea flour and mix all ingredients into a dough consistency
* In a non stick pan, apply little oil and heat it
* Take sooji on a plate and keep it aside
* Make flattened round shape cutlets out of the dough
* Now put cutlets in sooji plate, let sooji coat all over, repeat for other side
* Place the cutlets on the heated non stick pan and let it cook
* Each side takes around 2-3 minutes to get the golden brown color
* Serve them with green mint chutney and a sprinkle of chaat masala

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