Elephant Foot Yam cutlets


I am making a disclaimer that this is not my recipe but this is one I watched on television a loooooooong time ago.....probably when i was in college or school....and this is the first time that i ever tried......it tasted good



Yam tastes best during July and August.....it is also a time when most tubers taste the best. The veggie cooks faster during these months and I particularly don't taste that itching sensation that usually comes with it. 

Yam  can be cooked in various forms and this is one recipe which even the kids couldn't resist. 

Yam being the common name, the specific name for reference is Elephant foot yam. Stored with immense medicinal value a good read about the benefits of the vegetable is found here.




the recipe


Yam, grated – 400 – 500 gms
Oil – 1 tbsp
Cumin – ¾ tsp
Chillie powder – 1 tsp
Rice flour – 1 ½ - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil to fry

the method

Sprinkle 1 tbsp oil in the yam and mix well. Steam the grated yam so that the water content in the yam evaporates off. Blend together the steamed yam, cumin, rice flour, chilly powder and salt. Shape it and deep fry in oil. While frying make holes in the middle of the cutlets gently to ensure that proper frying takes place in the middle of the cutlets also. Can be snacked or served with rice.


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Comments

wow, that is new and so tempting. I am loving that dark golden color. Must have tasted wonderful.
Roshan said…
hi priya....

it did taste good...do try it!!

cheers

roshan
Uma said…
Hi Roshan!
your blogger profile is not available.. i had to find ur blog through my blog's followers list..

different and easy yam cutlets..
Shanthi said…
Tempting and crispy. Keep rocking
http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/
Jay said…
Dear Roshan,
my mouth is absolutely watering..I feel I can see the crisp taste and enjoy...! wanna grab the whole plate...delicious...:)
Roshan said…
hi uma,

thanks for your comment and also about the link...i have rectified it...thanx once again

roshan
Roshan said…
hi Shanthi Mam,

thanx for your comment....do drop in when you get time..

cheers

roshan
Roshan said…
hi Jay...

it was indeed crispy...thanx for your comment...

cheers

roshan
Padhu said…
Cutlet with yam sounds so interesting!! Sure to try this
Yam cutlet is new to me and looks so crispy..
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