Meat Cutlets


Meat cutlets form an integral part of Indian cuisines, especially during festivals and marriages. These Breaded Meat Cutlets are filled with meat and drenched in a crusty breaded casing.  Apart from this, we have chicken cutlets and fish cutlets (link to be placed), and each is prepared with a different blend of Indian spice mixes.

These non-vegetarian products are frozen and ready for use. Here, this variety of frozen Kerala meat cutlets has been loved by many generations. They need not be thawed and can be readily fried or baked in less than 5–8 minutes.


Nutritional Value  Facts

Here we have the breakdown of the nutrition facts of 100 grams of Meat Cutlets

Calories: 144

Fat: 4 grams

Calcium: 40 milligrams

Carbohydrates:  142 grams

Vitamin A: 1.2 milligrams

Sodium: 169 milligrams

Protein: 27 grams

Health Benefits 

  • Hemoglobin: Good meat contains a rich percentage of iron content, which in turn helps to create haemoglobin in the body and prevent anemia.
  • Protein: Our meat cutlets are loaded with protein and less fat, making them a great option for those who want to build muscle mass.
  • Fiber: Each cutlet is rich in fibre and will help in improving metabolism, digestion, and vitamins.
  • Growth: The presence of amino acids in the meat will help the growth of cells in children, during pregnancy, and also to recover from an injury or accident.

Meat Cutlet Packages are neatly packed in small packets and family packs, making it easy to quickly take out and fry in a few minutes. These are freshly cooked and minced meat cooked with spices and mixed with herbs to give an authentic Kerala meat cutlet flavor.

Texture & Taste

The Meat Cutlets texture and taste are coated with a crusty, golden brown breading with a dense filling of mashed potatoes, sautéed onions, spices, and well-cooked mincemeat. It is juicy inside, and the flavours are locked inside. 

Recipe Ideas

Meat cutlets are a must-try option when your days are hectic. Try our meat cutlets in a tasty Kathi roll. Just warm up a large roti, add a few spoonfuls of beaten egg, onions, and green chilies, and cook until the egg is done. Once done, place the fried cutlets on some mayo and roll up for a quick meal.