Tasty, Crunchy Paneer Balls Recipe | Cheese Balls Recipe


Ingredients :

Paneer

Bread Slices

Maida Flour (Finely Milled Wheat Flour) – 1/4 cup

Rava/ Suji/ Semolina – 2 to 3 Ts

Corn Flour/ Makka Cholam maavu – 1/4 cup

Onions/ Vengayam – 1 cup

Green Onions/ Vengaya thal – cut to small pieces

Capsicum/ Kuda milagai – 1 cup

Green Chili’s/ Pachai milagai – 4

Pudina leaves/ Pudina ilai – 1/2 cup (finely chopped)

Coriander leaves/ Kothamalli ilai

Red Chili powder/ Milagai thool

Turmeric powder/ Manjal thool

Coriander powder/ Dhania thool

Garam masala

Cumin powder/ Seerakam podi

Oil/ Yennai

Method :

1. Take a pan add oil and heat it, now add the finely chopped vegetable’s like onions, green onions, capsicum, green chili’s, pudina leaves, and turmeric powder. Mix and fry well

2. Take a bowl, add paneer, maida flour, bread slices (soak it in water and press to remove water), corn flour, fried vegetable’s, coriander leaves, red chili powder, coriander powder, garam masala, cumin powder and salt. Mix well  and smash to make it as dough

3. Now make small balls from the dough made, deep fry it in oil until they turn into crispy and golden brown in color, the recipe is ready

Alternate Method : (Cheese Balls Recipe)

Shredded cheese can be also instead of paneer

 

Rava/ Suji in english is called Semolina

Corn Flour in tamil is called Makka Cholam maavu

Onions in tamil is called Vengayam

Green Onions in tamil is called Vengaya thal

Capsicum in tamil is called  Kuda milagai

Green Chili’s in tamil is called Pachai milagai

Pudina leaves in tamil is called Pudina ilai

Coriander leavesin tamil is called  Kothamalli ilai

Red Chili powder in tamil is called Milagai thool

Turmeric powder in tamil is called  Manjal thool

Coriander powder in tamil is called Dhania thool

Cumin powder in tamil is called Seerakam podi

Oil in tamil is called  Yennai

 

 

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