Crispy Aloo Corn Cutlets with a Healthy Twist: Try the Air Fryer Way
Aloo Corn Cutlet is one of the most popular desi-style cutlets. There are countless variations on this satisfying snack. The appeal of peach corn cutlets derives from many aspects: the softness of potatoes mixed with powdered corn, the crispy exterior created after frying, the irresistible combination of flavors and many more. Peach Corn Cutlets have many pairing possibilities – you can serve them plain or with bread; You can pair it with a variety of sauces, chutneys or dips. Today, we have a special Peach Corn Cutlet recipe that shows you how to make it healthy in an air-fryer. Before we get to the method, let us give you some tips to nail the recipe:
How do you make cutlets without breaking them?
When it comes to plum corn cutlets, make sure you choose waxy potatoes instead of starchy ones. The latter can only become sticky later. Also make sure all your materials are as dry as possible. Corn kernels may have some natural juice, but be careful not to make them moist. Although onion and capsicum are not featured in the recipe below, note that such ingredients can also increase moisture. In this case, you may need to add more of your binding agents such as breadcrumbs/rice flour.
How to make plum cutlets without breadcrumbs? Now, this is a doubt that many people have. Breadcrumbs are commonly featured in cutlet recipes, as they help bind the mixture and give it a crispy texture. You can replace the breadcrumbs with a variety of other ingredients depending on the type of cutlet and the consistency you're aiming for. In the recipe below, you can use 2 tablespoons of lightly toasted gram flour instead of breadcrumbs. Can I use semolina instead of breadcrumbs? Yes, you can use semolina instead of breadcrumbs when making plum corn cutlets. Semolina (Rawa or Sooji) has amazing binding properties and can also give your breakfast a crisper edge. In the recipe below, you can replace the bread crumbs with 1 cup of semolina. How to Make Peach Corn Cutlets in Air Fryer | Easy Air Fryer Recipe for Corn Potato Cutlets
Grind the parboiled corn kernels to make a coarse mixture. Also, keep some kernels aside for later use. In a bowl, combine the corn with the mashed potatoes, masala masala, chilies, coriander, rice flour and gram flour. Taste and decide if you need to add more salt. Make flattened round or oval shapes of the mixture. Place them in an air-fryer basket, brush them with oil and air-fry them until they turn golden brown on both sides. Enjoy hot!