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Feb 19, 2007

Paneer Bonda


Ingredients:

Finely Grated Paneer -4 cups
Finely chopped onions - 1 cup
Finely grated Carrot - 1 cup
Finely Chopped Green Chillie - 2
All purpose flour - 1/2 cup
Cumin Seeds - 1 tsp
Fresh Corriander leaves - handful
Salt to taste
Bread crumbs
Oil for deep frying

Method:

Mix all the above ingredients except bread crumbs. Do not add water.


Make medium sized balls



Now roll it on bread crumbs


Deep fry in oil until golden brown.



Enjoy with tomato sauce.
Recipe Contributed and Photographed by my sister PK.

27 comments:

Asha said...

Looks great,Paneer bonda is unusual.

USHA said...

Hey Mythi.....Paneer Bonda looks tempting pa...

swapna said...

hi muthreyee
yummy snacks are coming up...looking great..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mythreyee said...

Asha: Yes, its very unusual. High in calories too.

Usha: Thanks.

Swapna: Thanks.

Sia's corner said...

wow maythi... i have never tried paneer bondas... looks so good. i guess u can use same recipe for making paneer koftas:) what say?

Priya said...

Paneer and Bonda....two things I just love and now you have them both in this one. I am definitely going to make these soon. Thank you for the recipe !

Mythreyee said...

Sia: Go for it. Let me also try the same as paneer koftas. Thanks for the tip.

Priya: Its so tasty and filling.

Linda said...

Mythreyee, and PK too -- I can't believe my eyes! I mustn't read further or I won't be able to get into my jeans again :):)

Looks divinely decadent :)

Jyothsna said...

Paneer bonda looks lip-smacking! Tempted to try.

A Yunus said...

Adra Sakkai,

Thangachiyum blog aarambichaacha? illaina aarambikka sollu.....it's mouthwatering recipe...Kudos!!

Nidhi said...

WOW! they are looking divine, Mythreyee...Paneer is my favourite thing in this whole world because you can make it sweet, you can make it salty, bake it, fry it, eat it raw. Yummy in every way. I know you agree with me... :D

Your Paneer bonda recipe is very nice and I have to try it. Thanks a lot for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Great recipe sis. Pk and PS.

Thanks a ton for the cake and sweets for my inlaws.

Both of them are thrilled.

Will try out this recipe soon.

Hema said...

These look lovely. Very innovative sis you have there! Does she have a food blog too?

Mythreyee said...

Linda: Ha ha, I've gained 5 lbs already just by looking at the snack.

Jyotsna: Thanks.

Anisha: thangachi illa. Akka. Thanks.

Nidhi: Yes, I second you. All Purpose Paneer.

Hema: Yes, a very innovatinve sister. She also makes Gobi Bajji. She is pro in many dishes.

A Yunus said...

Mythreyee,

Planning to visit CA soon, hope to catch up with u, get ready for another batch of Paneer bondas...!!

Menu Today said...

Hi Mythreyee,
Paneer Bonda looks great!!!! Add this to white gravy and make malai kofta. I liked beet cutlet, mooli paratha too. Thanks for sharing.

Mythreyee said...

Anisha: you are most welcome

Menu Today: Thanks a lot. Sure, will use this as kofta in malai kofta. thanks for the tip.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

hmm prema this looks great,crunchy crispy suits exactly for this cold winter.Thanks fro sharing

KrishnaArjuna said...

Mythreyee
Paneer bonda looks delicious!

Vini K said...

Mythreyee,paneer bondas look great!looks like my list of to-try things is getting longer and longer!

Mandira said...

The paneer bonda sounds delicious. I don't think I've ever tasted this before. Looks lovely too.

Mythreyee said...

Dr.Sowmya Bhat, Krishnarjuna,vini,mandira: Thank you.

shilpa said...

Bonda with paneer...now thats very interesting. They look so beautiful. This is a must try...

Seema said...

I have heard ricota cheese bonda's. Your paneer bonda looks so yummy. Can't wait to try it out girl.

Anonymous said...

Really Nice to see a delicious snacks. Could please clarify two points

1. All purpose flour - please elaborate
2. bread crumbs - is it fried bread pieces or the middle piece of the bread

Mythreyee said...

All purpose flour is similar to Maida.

regarding bread crumbs In this recipe, Dry bread crumbs are used. It can be purchased in any supermarket. Homemade dry crumbs are made by placing a single layer of bread slices on a baking sheet and baking at 300°F until completely dry and lightly browned. The slices are cooled before processing in a blender or food processor until very fine. Alternative to bread crumbs is, you can fine grind the tea rusk.

thanks for dropping by and I hope your queries are answered.

ramya said...

Thnks a lot . I prepared this for a party and it came out very well.