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Paneer is the all time favourite of my whole family, rather all young generation be it paneer parantha, or any paneer dish, they relish it so much. I have prepared paneer rolls for my guests three times, and all the times I have been flooded with the compliments and appreciation,so I thought of sharing my recipe, here it comes:--
100 gm. paneer
4 potatoes-medium sized--boiled and mashed
2 slices of bread.
1 tbsp. green coriander finely chopped
1tsp ginger-finely chopped
salt to taste
1/ chilli powder or according to taste.
1 green chilli finely chopped
1/4 tsp. chaat masala or any other like paani poori or jaljeera.
1/4 tsp. garam masala
oil for frying

For the filling
Mash the paneer and add in this salt, green coriander,ginger,chilli, chat masala,garam masala and mix thoroughly and make 8 small balls.

For the covering
Soak the slices into water for 1 minute and then squeeze them thoroughly and add to the mashed potatoes and add green coriander, salt and chilli powder and divide into 8 portions.

Now take the covering into hand and flatten it, then put the paneer ball like a filling on it and cover it, making into a round ball.

  • Paneer balls must be covered properly with the covering otherwise while frying filling will come out.
  • While frying oil must be hot and fire should not be slow, because on a slow fire the ball will loose the shape, will crack and everything will come out.
  • Deep fry the balls in hot oil, and take them out when they are red.
Serve them with ketchup or green chutney.
If you want to make malai koftas, then make the gravy and put these balls and your delicious malai koftas are ready, garnish it with cream.

This is going to the Sunday Hot n Spicy event!


Hey..i loved this recipe section..I never got the time to learn cooking and know only the very basic stuff...and im surely going to try this husband loves paneer..and i will make him pretty happy:-)
will comment back on how my results are:-)
Renu said…
Thanks for visiting me:)
it will certainly make him happy:),not many can learn cooking before marriage, even i didnt know anything:), If u need any recipe particularly just mail me, I will write it:)

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