Paneer Cutlet Recipe – How To Make Paneer Cutlets – Healthy & Easy Snacks For Kids | Skinny Recipes

Paneer Cutlet Recipe – How To Make Paneer Cutlets – Healthy & Easy Snacks For Kids | Skinny Recipes

August 9, 2019 73 By William Morgan


hey guys I am Nisa Homey and welcome back
to my channel today I’m sharing a
healthy quick paneer cutlets which can
be enjoyed as a snack or as a side dish
by the whole family
these paneer cutlets are crispy and
crunchy and they are very easy to make
at home kids will love this as a healthy
evening snack
I have already finely chopped half of a
medium onion, two green chillies, 1/4 inch
of ginger, and 2 tbsp coriander leaves
into a bowl I’m adding in 100 grams of
grated paneer and into that I’m grating
in one medium sized boiled potato. Add in
half tsp turmeric powder, half teaspoon
freshly ground black pepper powder note
that adding black pepper powder when
using turmeric will help the turmeric
absorb faster into your body add in one
teaspoon roasted jeera powder, 1 teaspoon
pink Himalayan salt or as needed, 1/2 TSP
garam masala, 1 tsp amchur powder also
known as dry mango powder
I’m also grinding 2 bread slices in my
chutney grinder and once ground keep the
bread crumbs aside now add in 2 TSP
arrowroot powder, arrowroot powder is a
healthier alternative to corn flour add
in the chopped onion green chillies
ginger coriander leaves mix all those
really well and add in the bread crumbs
into the mix and again mix well and now
the cutlet mix is ready and for the
coating I’m grinding 3 slices of bread
I’m crumbling the bread slices into the
same chutney grinder and once ground
transfer the bread crumbs to another
bowl. to season the bread crumbs I’m
adding in 1 TSP freshly ground black
pepper powder you can increase or
decrease black pepper to suit your taste
now give this all a mix and keep aside
to roll the cutlets first apply
unrefined or wood pressed coconut oil on
your palms and then take a small portion
and roll the cutlets into an oval shape
or into your desired shape and then roll
it in the breadcrumbs and keep it on a
plate make cutlets like this with the
rest of the dough mix
Heat a small cast iron kadai add in some
unrefined or wood pressed coconut oil
once the oil is heated carefully add in
three cutlets and allow it to fry on
medium flame I prefer to use a small
spoon like this to turn over the cutlets
if using a large spatula the cutlets may
break so I always prefer to use a spoon
like this which is actually my pickle
spoon
also this kadai is very small and it is
ideal to fry three cutlets at a time once
the cutlets are fried and brown and
crisp remove them to a plate
now I prefer the cutlets hot and fresh
so I keep the rest of the rolled cutlets
in an airtight glass container ideally
keep a paper napkin on the bottom and on
the top to prevent moisture formation
keep this in the fridge and it will stay
good for three to four days this way you
can serve hot and fresh cutlets each
time so guys you try this recipe and let
me know how it turned out don’t forget
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with family and friends thank you for
watching and until next time take care
bye bye