Oats And Kidney Beans Cutlet - Energy Giving Breakfast
Oats And Kidney Beans Cutlet - Energy Giving Breakfast
Oats and kidney beans cutlet can be made as a breakfast full of energy and nutritional value which give you energy with added benefits. Hope you like this recipe as you did like my previous recipe Spinach and Pumpkin Pie.


  • One Cup –  Red Kidney Beans(rajma)
  • One Cup – Paneer(crumbled)
  • Three-fourth Cup – Oats
  • Two – Green Chilli
  • One Inch – Ginger Piece
  • Three Cloves – Garlic
  • Half Teaspoon – Garam Masala Powder
  • Fennel Seeds Powder – Half Teaspoon
  • One Bunch – Coriander Leaves
  • Salt to taste
  • One Teaspoon – Oil
  • Two – Egg White(whisked)
  • One Cup – Breadcrumbs


  1. First, soak the kidney beans for at least 8 -10 hours or overnight.
  2. Pressure cook the kidney beans along with salt and water until very soft. Drain the excess water.
  3. In a mixing bowl add kidney beans and mash it with a masher.
  4. Put paneer, oats and the remaining ingredients except egg white, oil, and breadcrumbs and mix well.
  5. Now shape the mixture into small round cutlet.
  6. Dip the cutlet into the egg white and then roll the cutlet in the breadcrumb to coat the cutlet.
  7. Cook the kidney beans cutlet in a pre-heated frying pan over medium heat. Cook both the sides until brown and crisp.
  8. Make all the cutlet like this and serve it along with green chutney or tomato sauce.


Oats flakes are a tasty, convenient, versatile, and economical source of nutrients and phytochemicals. Commonly used as breakfast cereal and in baking, oats can be added to many dishes, including meatloaf, burgers, and fish cakes can be used to thicken soups and sauces or as a topping for fruit crisps.

Oats contain a higher concentration of protein, fat, calcium, iron, Manganese, thiamine, folacin, and vitamin E than other unfortified whole grains. It also contains polyphenols and saponins, powerful antioxidants with disease-fighting properties.

Oats have a high satiety value, meaning they take a long time to digest and therefore keep you feeling full longer. It is thought that both the protein and fiber in oats contribute to this effect, thus helping with weight management.

The people who were consuming the oats showed a significant reduction in blood pressure. It also have been shown to reduce blood sugar and insulin levels, an important asset in controlling diabetes.


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