Chicken Cheese cutlets are another delicious food that can satisfy your hunger. Chicken Cheese cutlets are easy to make and fun, using boneless chicken, boiled and mashed potatoes, cheese, black pepper, Chinese salt, eggs, salt, and breadcrumbs. Chicken Cheese cutlets are made by mixing together all the ingredients except eggs, butter, and breadcrumbs. They are prepared in the form of round shape, then dipped in eggs, then dipped in breadcrumbs, and then fried in hot oil. Crispy and spicy cheese bread is a real treat for cheese lovers.
These Chicken Cheese cutlets have always been the most popular. It is the perfect snack for any meal and tastes great in the package/sandwich. This is also an ideal healthy lunch for your child.
These chicken and cheese cutlets are a great snack for any gathering.
Children like these schnitzels too. Collect them for the kids or eat them with any tomato sauce you like. These chickens are easy to prepare and taste super delicious, just choose a few ingredients from the pantry. These patties can also be paired with hamburgers. Try it you will like it.
How to make Crispy Chicken Potato Cheese Cutlets
We're talking about mashed potato chicken cheesy cutlets seasoned with spices and herbs. These potato cutlets go great with tea as a teatime snack. This is the crispy version of my all-time favorite cutlets.
Here's the best recipe for you.
- First, take a bowl of mashed potatoes and add salt, black pepper powder, white pepper powder, garam masala, ginger-garlic paste, lemon juice, soya sauce, green chilies, and lastly some green coriander.
- Mix everything nicely with your hands or with a spoon.
- Now, make cutlets. Stuffed them with shredded chicken and cheese.
- After that dip cutlets first in egg and then coat with bread crumbs.
- Repeat the procedure.
- Now, shallow fry them on medium flame.
- Cook until golden brown.
- Serve and enjoy.
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 267
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 3g5%
- Potassium 544mg16%
- Total Carbohydrate 39.8g14%
- Protein 21.1g43%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.