Wash and chop the greens into tiny bits. Chop onion and tomato finely.
In a kadai put two to three teaspoons of oil. When it is hot add chopped onion and fry for a while. Add ginger garlic paste and stir well. Then add tomato pieces and fry till it mashed well. Add sambar powder, turmeric, garam masala and salt and mix well. Then add chopped greens and just mix it for a second. Switch off the stove and remove. When it is warm enough to handle, add besan flour little by little and mix by hand and make a dough. Take lemon size dough and make a ball and flatten it slightly. Heat tawa and grease it with little oil. Arrange the cutlets on the tawa and pour one or two teaspoons of oil around it. Keep it on medium flame. Turn the cutlets gently after few minutes and allow to cook for other side. Repeat this till the cutlets are crispy and nice brown colour.
Can be served as a side dish to any rice varieties. Particularly goes well with rasam sadam or sambar sadam.
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Mouthwatering!! I sure want to try it out sometime!
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Looks very yummy!! I loved your blog and the pictures you post. I visit your blog almost everyday for new posts. Keep it Up.
Thank you for visiting my site and your kind words which really encourage me to post more recipes.
Your site is really interesting. The picture are too good and the colour makes us mouth watering.
Keep it up.
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hi this is me arti, my mom use to scold me always saying that wy don you cook for me one day at least..But i hesitated cooking for her..suddenly i thought of surprising her when she returns from her work so i searched for an recipe in net and finally i found your site and prepared keerai cutlet for her,..and the recipe came out well and she was more happy that day and from the day onward i have started to visit your site regularly and made my mom so proud…really thanks for your tasty recipes best wishes for your future work
Nice to hear that this recipe came out well. Thank you for your feedback and your wishes.
I tried your recipe and we all liked it. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I visited your web site. its really superb…In keerai-cutlet, u told that to add besan flour. i have one doubt. besan flour means urad dal right. shall i use urad dhal instead of besan flour
Thank you for visiting. Besan means “Kadalai Maavu”, not Urad dhal. It is added for binding. You can use corn flour/all purpose flour or rice flour also. But besan flour is healthier and tastes good.
Hi Kamala, i see you have put Keerai in many recipes, what exactly is keerai, is it green vegetables or Cucumber? can you please confirm
“Keerai” is the green leaves of certain trees and plants which we use in our cooking. It is something like “Spinach”. Please check the following link where I have posted pictures of some “Keerai” varieties.
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Simple and uncluttered site with clear instructions for making very interesting dishes. Can I use vasalai keerai for the spinach preparations? Thanks
Hi Zarin Mistry,
Thank you for your kind comments. Spinach is called in Tamil as “Pasalai Keerai” and you can use it.
Hello Kamala aunty,
I tried keerai cutlet and it came out very well.My kids liked it very much.This dish is easy and something different.Thankyou for giving us more new recipes.
Thank you for your kind feed back Sowdha.
very nice recipes i will try one by one
basin flour items are good
Very tasty.all my family likes it.wish you to give more recipies
Thank you Santhakumari. Your feedback really encourage me to post more recipes.
can u suggest me recipies to reduce weight
Loved the recipe. Can you add an option to PIN it? so that it will be more helpful for people like me to keep track on the recipes we read & loved.. Thanks! 🙂
Thank you Beulah. Will do the needful to pin it.
Thanks Kamala for this wonderful recipe. Followed your recipe, but just substituted besan flour with potato and loved the outcome. My whole family like the cutlets. My husband was all praises for the keerai cutlet. Thanks to you.
Thank you Debora for your kind feed back. It is good idea to add potatos too.
going to try this for eve snack and will let you know the result. All dishes are good
Just got to see your site
The dishes look great and mouth watering.
Do tell me how to make keerai rice and what keerai to use for making this rice
Please check here for the Keerai Rice Recipe http://www.kamalascorner.com/rice/keerai-greens-rice.html. You can make it with any available Keerai.
Thanks for this Awesome dish. Turned out to be delicious. Love the crispiness outside and moistness inside the cutlet..
Thank you for your kind feedback.