paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | cottage cheese sesame seeds balls Indian snack |


by
Malai Paneer Mixed Sesame Seed Balls, Cold Starter

5/5 stars  100% LIKED IT    1 REVIEW ALL GOOD

Added to 4 cookbooks   This recipe has been viewed 9794 times

paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | cottage cheese sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter | with 16 amazing images.

paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | cottage cheese sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter is an attractive looking dainty snack with the goodness of nutrients. Learn how to make healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds.

To make paneer sesame balls, combine the paneer, salt and milk in a deep bowl and knead very well to form a dough. Divide the dough into 5 equal portions and roll each portion into a round. Combine the black sesame seeds and white sesame seeds in a bowl and mix well. Roll the balls into the mixed sesame seeds till they are evenly coated from all the sides. Refrigerate the healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds for at least an hour and serve chilled.

This cold starter will be ready in a jiffy and will surely be loved by all! A dough of paneer is shaped into balls and rolled into sesame seeds to get a tasty starter that is also visually appealing.

You will surely fall in love with the soft, melt-in-the-mouth texture of this malai paneer sesame seeds balls Indian snack. The sesame seeds give the paneer a nice spotted appearance and a good aroma and taste too. These can be eaten immediately or stored in an air-tight container for 2 to 3 days. You can also try paneer dill balls and paneer chilli flake balls.

As the healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds are loaded with good fat, it can also be enjoyed by athletes too. These white seeds provide substantial amounts of magnesium too. A deficiency of magnesium leads to insulin resistance. Thus it is beneficial for diabetics. Heart patients and diabetics can choose between full fat paneer and low fat paneer and enjoy this snack. Protein, calcium, phosphorus and zinc are other nutrients one can gain from this nourishing snack.

Tips for paneer sesame balls. 1. You can easily double the recipe and use 1/2 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese). This will make a larger batch which you can store in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. 2. Your dough will be very soft but that is not a problem as the paneer balls will get coated with their filling and harden a bit when put in the fridge. 3. You can make an assortment of healthy paneer ball starters from paneer herbed balls too. 4. Always chill your paneer ball snacks in a fridge. They harden and taste really good. Cover with a cling wrap.

Enjoy paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | cottage cheese sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter | with step by step photos.

Add your private note

Paneer Sesame Balls, Healthy Indian Snack recipe - How to make Paneer Sesame Balls, Healthy Indian Snack

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     5Makes 5 balls
Show me for balls

Ingredients

For Paneer Sesame Balls
1/4 cup crumbled malai paneer
salt to taste
1/2 tsp milk
1 tbsp black sesame seeds (kala til)
1 tbsp white sesame seeds (til)
Method

For paneer sesame balls

    For paneer sesame balls
  1. To make paneer sesame balls, combine the paneer, salt and milk in a deep bowl and knead very well to form a dough.
  2. Divide the dough into 5 equal portions and roll each portion into a round.
  3. Combine the black sesame seeds and white sesame seeds in a bowl and mix well.
  4. Roll the balls into the mixed sesame seeds till they are evenly coated from all the sides.
  5. Refrigerate the healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds for at least an hour and serve chilled.

Paneer Sesame Balls, Healthy Indian Snack recipe with step by step photos

like paneer sesame balls

  1. like paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | cottage cheese sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter | then see some healthy Indian low carb snacks
    • paneer dill balls recipe | cold starter | healthy paneer Indian snack | 5 minute Indian paneer recipe | with 14 amazing images.
    • paneer chilli flake balls recipe | healthy malai paneer chilli flake balls | healthy cold starter | cottage cheese chilli flake balls | with 15 amazing images.
    • paneer bell pepper balls recipe | healthy paneer capsicum balls | Indian cold starter | cottage cheese bell pepper balls | with 15 amazing images.

what is paneer sesame balls made off?

  1. what is  paneer sesame seeds balls made off? healthy paneer sesame seeds balls is made from 1/4 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese), salt to taste, 1 tbsp black sesame seeds (kala til), 1 tbsp white sesame seeds (white til) and 1/2 tsp milk.

benefits of paneer

  1. Paneer + Low Fat PaneerPaneer contains high quality protein and calcium which aids in weight loss. Since paneer is low in carbs and high in protein it gets digested slowly and hence good for diabetesPotassium in paneer helps to reduce the effect of high sodium, by lowering blood pressure and contraction of blood vessels, resulting in improved heart health and reduced risk of heart attack. Great for weight loss and read the interesting article on 5 super benefits of paneer.
    Low fat paneer is has all the same nutrients as full-fat paneer, but it is minus the fat.

benefits of sesame seeds

  1. Sesame – a good source of protein : These tiny white seeds are indeed a good source of protein. ½ cup provides around 11 g of protein to build bones, enhance muscle mass and promote cell health.
  2.  Sesame – a calcium booster : Half of daily requirement of calcium is fulfilled by consuming ½ cup of sesame seeds. That’s truly amazing! Isn’t it? This aids in promoting skeletal health, which is the backbone of our body. This mineral is therefore known to age related osteoporosis. Another remarkable benefit of calcium is maintenance of teeth and oral hygiene. Chewing on calcium rich seeds assists in strengthening teeth, while use of sesame oil is known to keep your mouth germ-free and reduce bad breath. See 11 super benefits of til, sesame seeds.

making paneer sesame balls

  1. To make paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | malai paneer sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter, in a glass bowl put 1/4 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese) / crumbled malai paneer.  
  2. Add salt to taste. 
  3. Add 1/2 tsp milk. This is required to bind the dough. 
  4. Knead it very well to form a soft dough.  
     
  5. Divide it into 5 portions and roll them into balls. 
  6. In a plate filled with paneer balls, put 1 tbsp black sesame seeds (kala til) and 1 tbsp white sesame seeds (white til).
  7. Mix the black sesame seeds and white seasame seeds together.
  8. Roll the paneer balls in sesame seeds mixture.
  9. Refrigerate paneer sesame balls recipe | healthy paneer balls with sesame seeds | malai paneer sesame seeds balls Indian snack | cold starter | and serve chilled. It stays fresh when stored refrigerated for 2 to 3 days.

tips for paneer sesame balls

  1. You can easily double the recipe and use 1/2 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese). This will make a larger batch which you can store in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. 
  2. Your dough will be very soft but that is not a problem as the paneer balls will get coated with their filling and harden a bit when put in the fridge. 
  3. You can make an assortment of healthy paneer ball starters from paneer herbed balls to  
  4. Always chill your paneer ball snacks in a fridge. They harden and taste really good. Cover with a cling wrap. 

health benefits of paneer sesame balls

  1. Paneer Sesame Balls – a protein rich healthy snack.
  2. Paneer and sesame seeds both boost the protein and calcium content of this snack. These 2 nutrients are twin pillars of our bone strength. 
  3. Athletes and weight watchers can benefit from the protein in this snack too.
  4. The lignans, a type of polyphenol, present in seed does wonders to naturally reduce cholesterol levels. Thus this snack is a wise choice for heart patients. 
  5. Being low in carbs, this snack can be relished by diabetics too. 
  6. Depending on the fat consumption per day, everyone can make their choice between full fat paneer and low fat paneer. 
     

Nutrient values (Abbrv) per ball
Energy45 cal
Protein1.8 g
Carbohydrates1.6 g
Fiber0.7 g
Fat3.5 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium0.4 mg

Related Articles
Recipe Contest

No Contest Announced



View contest archive....
Rate and review this recipe and get 15 days FREE bonus membership!
Subscribe to the free food mailer

Kheer

Missed out on our mailers?
Our mailers are now online!

View Mailer Archive

Privacy Policy: We never give away your email

REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.

Login Name
Password

Forgot Login / Passowrd?Click here

If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with Tarladalal.com, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new Tarladalal.com account will be created.

Are you sure you want to delete this review ?

Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.

Reviews

Malai Paneer Mixed Sesame Seed Balls, Cold Starter
5
 on 17 Nov 16 10:04 AM


Crunchy and nutty sesame over creamy malai paneer, superb taste.. everyone just loved the recipe.. surely will make this often..