So here is my next week in Blogging Marathon. This week all the three days I will be doing one bite appetizers. So what is an one bite appetizer. Any appetizer which can be gobbled up in a bite without having to take a second bite will fall under this category. For these the appetizers need to be tiny. I selected three delicious tiny treats for this theme. Two of those recipes are made with chole and paneer. Though the ingredients are same, they are totally different and you will see it when you read the next dish tomorrow.
This is an absolutely simple dish which can either be deep fried or pan fried. I selected pan frying as I didn’t want to consume whole lot of deep fried foods. This has all the typical Indian spices and when served on a bed of onion cubes, they will taste amazing. Pan frying these cutlets with paneer as an ingredient is little tough. Paneer sticks to the pan and the cutlet needs to be constantly rotated to cook all the sides. So the finished cutlets may not look as cute as the deep fried ones but they taste equally delicious. If you don’t mind deep frying then go for it. You will not regret.
Soaked and cooked chickpeas-1 cup
Crumbled PAneer-1 cup
Bread Crumbs-1/4 cup
Red Chilly Powder-1/2 tsp
Garam MAsala-1/2 tsp
Coriander LEaves-2 tbs
Onion-1, finely chopped
Oil- for frying
Grind chole and paneer to a coarse mixture with cream.
Now add all the ingredients except oil in the bowl and mix well.
Divide them into small portions and shape into balls.
Heat a tawa and add 2 tbs of oil.
Place all the balls on it and cook on medium flame rotating them constantly until all the balls are evenly golden.
Arrange on a plate with onion cubes and serve.