Veggie Cheese Pops!

When I browse through the various food blogs of the talented food bloggers, I am inspired and motivated to try out more and more recipes. I am amazed and awestruck by these talented food bloggers!

During one such inspirational venture, as I was going through Arpita’s blog,

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I was impressed by her wonderful photos, interesting recipes and lucid writing. When I approached Arpita, to write a guest post for my blog, she immediately accepted it. I was indeed elated!

Here comes the guest post by Arpita of ‘SpicyWorld’ for a ‘filling snack’:

We all love to eat fried stuff, right? I know they are not that much healthy but still we do like them. I had lots of mushrooms in my fridge and couldn’t find any interesting idea how to use them. Then suddenly I saw a picture of some beautifully golden coloured veggie pops on ‘google’ and I also remembered that I had cheese in my fridge. Then there was no confusion that I was going to make some cheese stuffed veggie pops. These pops can be enjoyed with ketchup by anybody, from kids to adults.

Print Recipe
Veggie Pops stuffed with Cheese
Course snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
helping
Ingredients
Course snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
helping
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Heat a teaspoon of oil in a pan. Saute chopped ginger, garlic and green chilies for few seconds.
  2. Then add chopped mushrooms and capsicum. Fry for few minutes.
  3. Lastly, add salt, chat masala and coriander powder. Mix well and turn off the heat.
  4. Grate the boiled potato in a mixing bowl.
  5. Add crumbled paneer to it.
  6. Then add the mushrooms mixture, some more salt and some red chilli powder (if needed)
  7. Give everything a good mix. Then divide the mixture into same proportion.
  8. Take one portion, flatten it and place a cheese cube in the center.
  9. Bring the edges to the center and seal it properly. Make the rest of them this way.
  10. Now mix the flour and some water in a bowl to make a thick batter.
  11. Dip the balls into the batter and roll them in breadcrumbs.
  12. If you wish you can double coat them. Let them rest for 10-15 minutes in fridge.
  13. Then deep fry them in hot oil till golden in colour.
    1. Spicy World July 22, 2016

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