A few days ago, my other half told me about one particular chicken aloo cutlets that he had with his friend back then. The usual craving for food, like the very feeling after reading food blog, comes out of nowhere and I decided to make them at home. I checked my pantry and sadly enough, there was nothing but onion and garlic. There are times that I wish I’d go grocery shopping more often and that was one of them. I did buy potatoes, mint, and coriander later for spicy chicken aloo cutlets. Well, I won’t annoy my friends with how to cook the cutlets in detail, as I know all of them can cook better than me. However, I’d like to mention one little thing: instead of putting the chicken fillings into the mashed potatoes, I just mix them. After making the balls out of the mixture, coat them with breadcrumbs and shallow fry them until the cutlets turn into golden brown in both sides. Even though it is time to watch my waistline, I can’t deny having sweet tooth, and thus the cream puff comes out to play its role as a dessert. Speaking of cream puff, it is from Bake a Wish, Japanese homemade cake, and costs only 35 Bahts each. It is available at various branches like Suksawat 19, 7th floor Central World, ground floor Central Pinklao, The Circle Ratchapruk, and ground floor Siam Paragon.
|Green Tea Cream Puff|
|Vanilla Custard Cream Puff|