How To Make Chicken Cutlet Recipe

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Are you tired of eating the same old chicken recipes? Do not worry. We bring an exciting & delicious halal cutlet recipe for you. This recipe is so easy that you can even try it at home.

Especially you can cook chicken cutlets when you have small gatherings, parties, or guests are coming to your home. You can impress them with your cooking skills by making cutlets at home. This dish is so easy and does not take so much time to cook.

I cook this dish at home every weekend. They are so juicy and delicious in the taste. I eat them with salad, which gives me health benefits and proteins, which make me stronger. You can also enjoy this dish as a snack while watching a cricket match.

Tips for Cooking Halal Chicken Cutlets

  1. Always use fresh and high-quality chicken thin pieces to make your chicken cutlet perfect.
  2. Make sure the size of all the pieces of chicken are equal.
  3. Always make sure that when you start frying the chicken piece, the oil is hot enough. You can check the oil heat with a thermometer or put a little piece of chicken in it; if a bubbles appears, then it means the oil is hot enough.
  4. Do not overcrowd the frypan. Always fry chicken cutlets one by one. So, each piece cooks well and gives a crispy texture.
  5. When you coat the chicken, leave it for minutes before frying so the masala and bread crumbs stick to the chicken.
  6. Always coat the chicken pieces in masala and then in breadcrumbs properly.
Tips for Cooking Halal Chicken Cutlets

Essential Ingredients:

  1. Chicken thin pieces
  2. 1cup flour
  3. 2eggs
  4. 1 teaspoon salt
  5. 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  6. lemon
  7. 1/2 garlic powder or you can also use garlic paste.
  8. Panko Breadcrumbs
  9. Oil for frying (vegetable, canola, olive, or any other choice is yours.
Essential Ingredients


  1. Take fresh or frozen chicken and wash it properly so the impurities will be washed.
  2. Make sure every chicken piece is equally sized and thin.
  3. You can marinate the chicken with lemon and some little species like chili sauce, so chicken cutlets have an extraordinary taste.
  4. Now take 3 bowls; in the first one, put the flour; in the second, add the eggs; and in the third, add Panko breadcrumbs.
  5. Now dip each chicken cutlet in flour first, then into the eggs, and last with panko breadcrumbs. Put them on the side for at least 10 minutes so all the material sticks to the chicken properly.
  6. Put oil in the frypan and heat it over medium heat. You can check the oil temperature with the thermometer or by putting a small piece of chicken in oil so if a bubble appears, the oil is hot enough.
  7. Now oil is the hot, put the chicken cutlets into it, remember do not put the all cutlet one time. Always put one and fry properly so the chicken is cooked.
  8. Fry the cutlet on each side properly until a golden brown color appears.
  9. After frying, take out the chicken cutlet from the oil and put it on the rack or paper towel. so the extra oil is drained off.
  10. Now, serve the chicken cutlet in a beautiful dish with vegetables or fresh salad.
Cooking chicken cutlet

That’s it, I hope you will try this dish at home. You can email us when you try this dish; we will gladly share it. Also, you can check out our more recipes. Thank you.

halal chicken cutlet

To get chicken cutlets thin, cut the chicken breast piece horizontally into two pieces, start from the thick part and cut towards the thinner end.

You can also use meat hammer to thin the chicken cutlet

Chicken cutlets is the recipe and thin pieces of boneless chicken. While a chicken breast is a larger, thicker piece of chicken.

When the Chicken cutlets  are golden browned and crispy on the outside it means that chicken cutlets are ready.

If your chicken cutlets aren't turning out crispy, it could be due to a few factors. 

  1. The oil is not heat enough.
  2. The breadcrumbs are not of good quality.
  3. The chicken pieces are not enough thin.
  4. Over Cooked

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