Chicken Cutlets

Get ready to experience the most beautiful taste of chicken cutlets through this recipe and enjoy your favourite chicken snack just like it is served in the best non-veg restaurant. So, here it goes.



Preparation time – 10-15 minutes; Cooking time – 40 minutes;
Total Time – 50-55 minutes

Ingredients                    best non-veg restaurant
  • Chicken
  • 1 tsp ginger-garlic paste
  • Finely chopped green chili
  • Water
  • Finely chopped spring onion, red capsicum, cabbage
  • Boiled and mashed potato
  • 1 tsp chili sauce
  • Black pepper powder
  • Salt to taste
  • ½ cup maida or all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp corn flour
  • Sevai
  • Oil

    DIRECTIONS            best non-veg restaurant
    • Take a pan and add chicken to it. Thereafter, add ginger garlic paste, green chilli and mix it well. 
    • Add some water, cover it and cook for 10 minutes.
    • For an alternative option, you can also cook the chicken in a pressure cooker until 1 whistle on medium flame. 
    • Allow the chicken to cool down once it boils properly. After it cools down, shred it with a fork and separate it as much as possible. 
    • Add spring onion, cabbage, rec capsicum, potato, chilli sauce, and black pepper powder, salt and mix everything together.
    • Also, you can add more vegetables of your choice. 
    • In another bowl, take maida and add some salt and mix it well. 
    • Add a little water every time and convert the flour into a batter. 
    • The consistency of batter should be medium, neither be too thick or thin.
    •  Take the mixture prepared earlier and form medium sized cutlets out of them. Dip the cutlets in the maida batter and then place them into the bowl of sevai. 
    • Coat them with sevai by rolling them and pressing properly. 
    • Again transfer the cutlets back into maida batter and coat it in a way that the sevai properly sticks to it. 
    • For the second time, again transfer the cutlet to sevai and recoat it. This method is known as double coating. This will make the cutlets crispy and crunchy. 
    • Now, heat up the oil pan and when the oil is heated, drop the cutlets in them. 
    • Fry the cutlets from one side for 3-4 minutes and repeat the same with the other side. 
    • Once you fry them, place it on a paper napkin so that extra oil can be soaked in. 
    • Your chicken cutlets are ready to be served and they perfectly go with chilli sauce, raita, chutney or anything else you like. 

    Chicken cutlets made by this recipe will be better than the cutlets served in one of the best non-veg restaurant in Ahmedabad.

    In Conclusion, Café Upper crust’s recipes are designed to be convenient and straightforward to prepare at home. Such blog recipes can differ from those of seasoned chefs. These recipes may or may not be available at our eatery locations at the time of writing these blogs.


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