Monday, April 1, 2013

Paneer Soya Mini Frankies

After a long we, a bunch of food bloggers are going to run a whole month of blogging marathon. So this month is going to be bit hectic for me as i have few more challenges and many more household stuffs to to. Srivalli,the brain child of this blogging marathon proposed this four weeks of blogging with four themes for a week. Thats sounds truly very interesting na, for this first week its going to be occasional.. Anything that goes under this category is going to be showcased during this whole week and i'll posting from today onwards my special occasional dishes, which suits prefectly for a birthday party.

For the first day, i want to share a kid's friendly starter, a starter is a must for a party and i cant imagine mine without a starter. Kids love to have finger foods very much as their starters, frankies works wonder among kids, if its with paneer am sure they will just love it.I tried adding minced soya to make the stuffing more interesting and healthy at the same time along with paneer. Kids will rarely say no to frankies, frankies are quite easy to prepare,if in case you make mini frankies the preparation time goes seriously less time when compared to the usual frankies.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.



For the dough:
1/2cup All purpose flour
1/2cup Wheat flour
2tbsp Oil
Salt
1/4tsp Baking powder

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl,mix well and knead as a stiff dough with enough water, keep aside for half an hour.

Roll out thin large chappathis from the prepared dough.

Heat a non stick tawa, put the chappathi, drizzle some oil and cook until they get well cooked on both sides.

For stuffing:
1cup Paneer (crumbled)
1/4cup Minced soya granules (cooked)
1/2cup Green capsicum (chopped)
2nos Onions (large & chopped finely)
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Coriander powder
Few chopped coriander leaves
1/2tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil in a pan, fry the crushed fennel seeds, add immediately the chopped onions,chopped green chillies and ginger garlic paste,saute until the raw smell goes away..

Add the cooked soya granules, crumbled paneer,chopped green capsicum,salt,red chilly powder,garam masala powder and coriander powder,cook everything in simmer until everything gets well cooked..

Finally add the chopped coriander leaves and put off the stove.

Keep aside.

Assembling:

Put enough stuffing in the centre of the prepared chappathis, fold it tightly..

Cut the rolled rolls as two equal rolls, wrap it with a aluminium foil. Finish the remaining chappathis.

Serve with ketchup.

50 comments:

  1. so pretty luking n tempting filling...cute pic..

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  2. so pretty luking n tempting filling...cute pic..

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  3. Very nice recipe Priya! Will surely try it. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Priya , though I am not a soya fan, I love Frankie's...they look good and make wonderful party food...kids would love it!

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  5. Love the fact that these are mini ones Priya..my daughter loves these frankies..

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  6. Such a kid friendly recipe and good way to get veggies in their meal.

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  7. the way you have presented them, is simply superb, loved the idea of adding soya , makes it little guilt free as i end up muching more than planned whenever we have frankie in the offing

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  8. Very nice photo .Yummy

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  9. perfect for kids party, love your presentation.

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  10. Frankies at any time....loved it...

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  11. Cute rolls & defenitely this will be everyones fav. I love the clicks!

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  12. Looks so perfect and inviting...
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  13. Perfect party pleaser! !! Healthy stuffing n easy to eat on the go!!!!

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  14. Wish I was your neighbor...Craving for those frankies..Truly a treat.

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  15. Super, always loved frankies and enjoyed them in Mumbai!

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  16. inviting pic. frankie looks yummy and nice filling..

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  17. loved it... I am gonna try this out soon! :)

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  18. super duper recipe Prya! So glad that you could make it for the month long marathon :)

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  19. delicious snack for everyone !

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  20. The frankies look so perfect Priya :) Love them!

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  21. love the filling.. looks so yum and tempting..
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  22. Awesome looking frankies.. Remember the time when me & my sis would have them from the street corner frankie stall :)

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  23. wow.. awesome protein packed roll.. good for anyone for anytime meal.

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  24. Yum yum yum clicks and idea. Nust try this next tine the kids party

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  25. very nice recipe.. loved it...

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  26. cute looking frankies with a healthy stuffing,makes me drool...

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  27. They are cute and great little finger food!

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  28. My fav filling. Loved those frankies. Would like to have one now...

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  29. Lovely frankies with healthy filling.

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  30. looks very tempting. Irresistible.

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  31. Yummy frankies and should try this out soon.

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  32. Looks very cute. The addition of soya surely makes them nutritious too. Perfect for the party..

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  33. So pretty and inviting dear..

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  34. Very temping click Priya and love the way you have plated them....

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  35. Love the mini frankies..perfect snack dish

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  36. Cute, healthy and delicious Frankie's.

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  37. cute is a word associated to teddy bears.. but now i cant stop to say cute frankies.. Priya im damn hungry seeing these frankies..

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  38. My mum used to roll up the roti and stuff in the curry to make me eat lunch when I was a kid. It becomes so interesting then. This is definitely a kid pleaser and looks so cute Priya!

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  39. Great idea to use soya granules for frankie...going to do this lunch box :) thanks for sharing

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  40. oh these are so delicious and so tempting... love to have it!!
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