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Paneer And Multi Grain Bread Bonda


Sep 01, 2017

PREPARATION TIME

COOKING TIME

SERVES

1

PREPARATION LEVEL

Medium

Paneer and Bread Bonda - Bread Paneer Roll is an easy recipe for a tasty and filling snack for your child’s tiffin. Add Kissan Fresh Tomato Ketchup to this Bread Paneer Bonda for the perfect balance of sweetness and zing that your child will love.

INGREDIENTS

    6 multi grain bread slices
    250 gms paneer
    1/2 cup green peas
    1 chopped onion
    2 tablespoons chopped coriander leaves
    1 teaspoon jeera
    1/2 teaspoon garam masala powder
    3 tablespoons Kissan Fresh Tomato Ketchup
    5 gms turmeric
    Salt to taste
    Oil for frying

DIRECTIONS

1. In a kadai, add a teaspoon of oil, splutter jeera and add finely chopped onions. Fry until transparent and add the paneer and boiled green peas mixture. Add red chilli powder, garam masala powder, turmeric and salt. Add a tablespoon of water and mix well.

2. Keep flame to medium and fry for 2-3 minutes until dry. Add Kissan Fresh Tomato Ketchup, coriander leaves and mix. Transfer to a bowl and let it cool down. Make equal sized balls out of it.

3. Trim off the sides of the bread neatly using a knife. In a broad vessel, add water till about the 1 inch mark. Give the bread a quick dip on one side and take it out.

4. Keep the rolled paneer ball inside and cover it as you squeeze it and roll into ball/bondas.

5.  While shaping, make sure to squeeze out the water too. (Refer to the video for better understanding. As you shape the bondas, heat enough oil in a kadai as well. Oil should be hot but not fuming hot.

6. Add a few bondas at a time and keep turning gently with a ladle to ensure even browning. Cook on a medium flame to get crispy outside. Drain in paper towel. Repeat to finish.

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Whether it's in front of the camera or in the heart of a bustling kitchen, Ajay Chopra is a seasoned professional. He made his name as the Executive Chef of the Mint Leaf chain of restaurants and then came home to become the Executive Chef of The Westin Mumbai Garden City. Throughout his travels, he has always been committed to creating exquisite Indian cuisine. Now, this modern Indian chef is going to show you how to pack the perfect tiffin for your child.

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