Paneer Papad Kurkure


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Chilli-garlic paneer potato balls, dipped in batter, coated with coarsely ground Papad, and deep-fried till crisp. Just a description of this dish is enough to make your kids drool over it. Ideal protein-rich snack to serve when your kids take a break while studying for the exams!

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Makes 10 kurkures
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Ingredients


2 papads, raw
1 cup grated paneer (cottage cheese)
2 tbsp tomato ketchup
1/2 tbsp Schezuan Sauce
1/4 cup boiled and mashed potatoes
salt to taste
1/4 cup plain flour (maida) mixed with ¼ cup water
oil for deep-frying

Method
  1. Grind the papads in a mixer to a powder and keep aside.
  2. Combine the paneer, tomato ketchup, schezwan sauce, potatoes and salt and mix well.
  3. Divide the mixture into 10 equal portions and shape each portion into a ball.
  4. Dip each ball in the flour mixture and roll them in the powdered papads.
  5. Heat the oil in a kadhai and deep-fry the sandwiched paneer cubes till they turn golden brown in colour.
  6. Drain on an absorbent paper and serve hot.
RECIPE SOURCE : Growing Kids Cook BookBuy this cookbook
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Foodie#469023October 10, 2010

I have tried this twice and came out wonderful both the times. The papad is a very innovative (and healthier) change from the normal bread crumbs. Also surprising is the very little amount of oil that goes inside the balls. Suggestion: Try without the tomato ketchup and schezwan sauce. Also add some mint and coriander leaves to the mix. Gives it a very distinct Indian flavor.

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Reviewed October 10, 2010by Foodie#469023

I have tried this twice and came out wonderful both the times. The papad is a very innovative (and healthier) change from the normal bread crumbs. Also surprising is the very little amount of oil that goes inside the balls. Suggestion: Try without the tomato ketchup and schezwan sauce. Also add some mint and coriander leaves to the mix. Gives it a very distinct Indian flavor.

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Reviewed September 22, 2010by poonam_70

like the change from bread crumbs...surely will bring in change in my recipes ....thanks for the new twist

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