Thursday, May 24, 2012

Pan Fried Peanut & Paneer Stuffed Bread Pakoras

Sometimes i had to break my head to finish up leftover slices of stale breads, we usually have for breakfast.Seriously i got bored of using those bread slices for making vadas or cutlets, after trying out Bread pakoras for bloghop wednesdays i can feed easily everyone at home those stale bread slices as this kind of no fry bread pakoras.

This time for a change i prepared a simple,quick and nutty filling with grated paneer, coarsely grounded roasted peanuts spiced with chilly powder, kasuri methi,cumin powder and salt. You doesnt need to cook this filling and you can use it directly as stuffing in your bread pakoras. We just loved this yummy pakoras and its our recent family favourite. Serve this pan fried bread pakoras with a cup of tea or coffee anytime of the day, am damn sure you will definitely have a super satisfying,delicious and definitely a guilt free snacks. You can even serve this pakoras as a starter for a party menu, you have numerous choice to enjoy this yummy pakoras.Check out the other marathoners running blogging marathon here.Sending to Amina's Guest Quest.


For filling:
1/2cup Paneer (grated)
1/4cup Roasted peanuts
1/2tsp Roasted cumin powder
1/4tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
1/2tsp Kasuri methi leaves(crushed)

Take grated paneer,coarsely grounded peanuts, cumin powder chilly powder, salt and kasuri methi leaves in a bowl, mix everything well and keep aside.

For Pakoras:
4nos Wheat Bread slices
1/2cup Chickpeas/Besan flour
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
2tbsp Yogurt
Water
3tbsp Oil

Take the besan flour red chilly powder, salt,yogurt in a bowl,add gradually the water to turn as a mildly thick paste..

Cut the bread slices diagonally and spread already prepared paneer-peanut filling and close it with an another bread slice.

Meanwhile heat enough oil in a tawa,dip this stuffed bread slices to the prepared paste and drop gently to the hot tawa..fry on both sides until they turns golden brown..

Enjoy warm with ketchup or with the chutney of your choice.

67 comments:

  1. Love the stuffing,perfect with a cup of tea,yum

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  2. Delicious stuffing,healthy & nutritious bread pakoras,love it!

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  3. I remember eating the deep fried version many years ago at a friend's birthday but somehow the idea of deep frying bread was not appealing - will try this pan fried version.

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  4. That filling sounds too good. Will have to give these pakoras a try soon.

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  5. Inviting Clicks dear..Loved the way you have arranged :)Mouth wateree filling..

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  6. it looks well beyond more than Delicious! No wonder its a family favorite!

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  7. I normally end up doing this too..

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  8. thats a nice blend.. with addition of kasturi methi, gives a nice flavor!

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  9. Wow looks like a wonderful idea...yummy looking

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  10. loved this low fat and healthy version of bread pakora..

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  11. What a creative filling, Priya....

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  12. Nice and delicious..they look so very tempting.

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  13. Such a wonderful idea to use stale bread Priya.

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  14. peanut and paneer sounds delicious!...pan fried sounds even better! yummy!

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  15. Wish I could grab one Priya, perfect tea time snack.

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  16. Im past lunch time and this is tempting me to eat something ...

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  17. they look mouth watering, the perfect snack!

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  18. Lovely stuffing, full of flavors! So yummy!

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  19. Perfect Tea-time snack Priya!!!!

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  20. Yummm!! Just read the recipe title and started to drool ;) http://youtoocancookindianfood.blogspot.in/

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  21. I know the deep fried pakoras with bread, soaked in oil...your version is such healthy.

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  22. your ideas are always helpful....this too turns out to be a keeper

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  23. Lovely snacks to munch with a cup of hot tea!

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  24. Yummy yummy yummy! supercool idea to add peanuts along with paneer

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  25. Nice idea with the filling..

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  26. Never thot of pan frying......very yummy & great idea.

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  27. Nice stuffing,looks wonderful!!

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  28. c'est délicieux, j'adore
    bonne journée

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  29. Very healthy snack Priya.. better than fried version.

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  30. Wonderful recipe....perfect with a cup of tea.

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  31. A great idea for a lovely snack! Would love to have a plateful!

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  32. Like the filling and sounds a good snack!

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  33. Some tamarind chutney and some pudina chutney and I am ready to roll

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  34. Stuffing sounds delectable....

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  35. These makes me hungry and I am having tea now, wish this was real Priya...hugs

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  36. yummy recipe...following you now..be my friend at http://megdeliciousadventures.blogspot.in/

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  37. super snack idea with wonderful filling...great preparation...looks too yummy!!
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  38. Yummy stuffing...Love to hake a slice with tea..

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  39. Lip-smacking snack. Wish I had one with my coffee right now :-)

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  40. Very yummy one Priya, another classic innovation.

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  41. Yummy.Would be trying this tomorrow.

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  42. My, my a big applaud to your creativity here Priya. Love the stuffed break pakoras. Its so tempting and very flavorful. Love it totally.

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  43. Pakoras look perfect Priya. Would love to try this one soon..

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  44. Peanut and paneer interesting combination can i have one from that plate looks great priya.

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  45. Super!..love these...actually delicious:)

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  46. These pakora would go wonderful with a cup of tea.

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  47. What a delicious snack Priya!!!

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  48. I make these kind with potato stuffing but panner one sounds good too.

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