♥ mini heartshaped cutlets

I was in the mood for some deepfried stuff so i decided to make some cute mini-sized heartshaped sausage cutlets for lunch! Click here to be redirected to detailed recipe which i referenced on Create Eat Happy :)! Honestly, i think they look too cute to be eaten... keke~

The original recipe used thin slices of pork to wrap the mini cocktail sausages. I omitted the pork slices because i didnt have any stored away in the refrigerator at that particular time. I was lazy to make a trip to the supermarket because i needed instant gratification! ^_^ So i made do with just the cocktail sausages.

Slice the cocktail sausages diagonally, connect the cut edges so that it is shaped like a heart, and then use a toothpick to pierce through the centers of the sausages to secure the shape.

Roll each heart in flour, then in egg mixture, and then coat with japanese breadcrumbs (i.e. panko). Deepfry the hearts until golden brown!

Decorate the mini cutlets on a serving platter and then serve with japanese sweet-sour fruit & vege sauce!

5 comments:

suki pooki said...

I love how adorable these are!! I must make them sometime before I die!!!! I must I must I must! Too cute to be ignored and Im sure they taste better too just because they are heart shaped!! (yes Iam food biased like that hahaha)

Mica said...

haha high-5! they 1st scored with me cos they were heartshaped... when i saw this recipe on Ochi's blog, i exclaimed "Omg i so hafta make this!" to the boyfren. N he gave me that "o no, not another heartshaped craze..." look. ^-<

ochikeron said...

Wow! Good job, mica!!!

I wonder how you coated panko directly on the sausage! I used pork to cover it thoroughly because sausage has too smooth surface ;p

You are really good at cooking! I never could cook this well when I was at your age. oops...

Mica said...

Hi Ochi:) thanks alot for the compliment! i've lots to learn still... I washed the sausages with cold water, then coated them with plain flour 1st. Next i dipped them into egg, then coated them with the panko! haha, longer process, took me quite awhile, n i had lotsa flour stuck on my fingertips ^_^

KyandiiCandy said...

OMG i love these!! really need to make this when i got the time!! xx