Soya chunks sweet potato cutlet/ Madura kizhangu soya chunks cutlet


Sweet potatoes       – 2 Nos

Soya chunks          – 2 cups


Onion chopped       – 1 no

Ginger chopped     – a small piece

Green chilli chopped  – 3 nos

Garlic chopped           – 4 nos

Red chilli powder         – 1 tsp

Turmeric powder          – 1/4 tsp

Pepper powder             – 1 tsp

Garam masala powder   – 1 tsp

Salt as needed

Egg      – 1 no

Bread crumbs  as needed

Oil for fry


Boil and mash sweet potato.

Wash soya chunks and  pressure cook with salt. Cook till 3 whistles. Squeeze the soya chunks to remove water. Using a blender, coarsely grind.

Heat oil in a pan, saute chopped onion, ginger, green chillies, and garlic. When onion turn light brown, add chilli powder, turmeric powder, pepper powder, garam masala powder, and salt. Fry for a minute. Add mashed sweet potato and coarsely ground soya chunks. Cook for 2 minutes. Switch off the stove. When it is cold, make them into desired shapes. Dip in egg mixture and then bread crumbs. Deep fry or tawa fry until golden brown.

Note:- To make the cutlets crunchier, add crushed cornflakes along with bread crumbs, before deep frying or tawa frying.

20 thoughts on “Soya chunks sweet potato cutlet/ Madura kizhangu soya chunks cutlet”

  1. Beena, this is actually a good idea, since soya chunk is kinda rubbery I never though of grinding it – but your cutlet looks yummy. Very innovative and delectable for sure.
    Also for the crunchiness we can add bread crumbs right?

  2. Not only the flavors are impressive but I am also taken up with the heart shapes. This will be a perfect way of showing love to others. Also, the crispy crunchy cutlets are breathtaking.

  3. looking cute…Perfect heart shaped cutlet…
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