Paneer, Walnut and Celery Rolls ( Healthy Diabetic Recipe )
by Tarla Dalal
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A crunchy snack that rates high on the health quotient too, these rolls bring in the goodness of a well-chosen array of ingredients including celery, walnuts, paneer and lettuce! whole wheat bread adds to the fibre content, making the dish an all-round winner. Remember to select really fresh bread slices for the true experience. And you could add a little cream or milk if you find the mixture slightly dry.
- Heat the butter in a non-stick pan, add the paneer and sauté on a medium flame for 2 minutes, while stirring continuously.
- Add the salt and pepper and mix well. Keep aside.
- Cut and discard the crust of the bread slices.
- Press the slices a little, using a rolling pin. If they crack, steam the slices for 2 minutes in a dhokla steamer or a pressure cooker without the whistle and then roll out again. Keep aside.
- Combine the paneer, celery, walnuts, green chillies and mustard powder (add salt if required), mix well and divide the mixture into 4 equal portions.
- Place a bread slice on a dry, flat surface, spread a portion of the paneer mixture on it evenly and top with a few lettuce pieces.
- Roll up tightly and secure the roll by inserting a toothpick.
- Repeat with the remaining bread slices and paneer mixture to make 3 more rolls. Refrigerate for an hour.
- Just before serving, cut each roll into 2 pieces and serve immediately.
- You can make a delicious sandwich using the same filling mixture.
|Energy||Protein||Carbohydrates||Fat||Vitamin C||Iron||Folic acid||Zinc||Fibre|
| 30 calories|| 1.7 gm|| 3.7 gm|| 0.9 gm|| 0.1 mg|| 0.2 mg|| 1.0 mcg|| 0.1 mg|| 0.1 gm|
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