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Carrot rissole categorize as an appetizer, traditionally made with minced meat and pan fried or deep-fried. The word rissole is a posh name given for French cooking technique, partially cooked vegetable or meat formed into a shape and sauté in fat (butter or lard).
I found this recipe in Mallika badrinath snack special cook book. The meat has been substituted by leftover rice and carrot & Green pepper for veggie. I omitted Green pepper added some cilantro, didn’t deep-fried!
If you have some leftover cooked rice (not enough to do stir fry rice) and want to use in different way, this recipe perhaps will be interesting.
Cooked rice: 1 cup (mash it –don’t make like a puree)
Carrot: 1 medium size (cut and cooked with enough water)
Onion: ¼ minced
Cilantro: 1 tbsp Minced
Red chilli powder: 1 tsp
Garam masala Pwder: ½ tsp
Corn flour: 1 tbsp
Rice flour: 3 tbsp
Salt: as per your taste
Breadcrumbs: ¼ cup
Oil: to shallow fry
Make a paste:
Maida or AP flour: 2 tbsp
Corn flour: 1 tbsp
Water: 6 tbsp
Steam the carrot and mash it coarsely or finely in blender.
Heat oil in pan, sauté the onion until translucent and mix with mashed rice, carrot, cilantro, half of the breadcrumbs and the dry ingredients.
Shape into oblong
Dredge into breadcrumbs
Dip in maida paste and roll again in breadcrumbs.
Heat the same pan add, little oil (1 tsp at time) and shallow fry until golden brown in medium heat.
Serve hot with ketchup.
Note :If you want to deep fry , once dredged in breadcrumbs and dipped in maida keep in fridge for 1 hours.
If you want to coat twice in breadcrumb, the quantity of breadcrumbs should be increased.
My carrot rissole goes to The Cooker who is hosting JFI-Carrot event created by Indira
Happy Thanksgiving to my readers!