Like any Indian, I love a good cutlet. And grey, windy rainy afternoons are always better enjoyed with a nice warm crispy snack like a cutlet.
My mother in law makes fantastic cutlets. She makes them with chicken, tuna, mutton, veg- you name it. And I’ve seen how much effort she takes. It is a half-day-long process: between seasoning and cooking the meat & potatoes, to making the cutlet mash and putting everything together with breadcrumbs before frying. It takes effort, but it’s definitely worth it in the end.
But on a regular day when I am looking for a quick fix, these falafels are perfect. Here’s the thing:
- I have eaten falafel often enough. (I used to eat falafel wraps for lunch often at my first job.)
- I have seen how it is made.
- I know what you need to make it.
- Yet, I never considered making it at…
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