Sunday, 21 February 2016

Paneer Tyres for CCC

Well... I've just been extremely busy with my daily chores to get back to blogging. You know, sometimes the time just flies and you don't know where its gone. That's what's happening with me now.

My second grader is a very poor eater. I wouldn't call him picky as he'll eat anything and everything if he feels like eating. Now the problem is, he doesn't feel like eating most of the time. So his after school snacks were only fruits. 1/2 an apple, 1 orange, 1/2 of a big banana and a mug of milk.


Recently, I started giving him a freshly prepared snack after school. He actually started eating it along with fruits. He's enjoying the snacks as well. Recently, I made these Paneer Tyres from Nita Mehta's "Healthy Snacks for School going children" and he liked them. Its healthy, quick to make and tasty.


Ingredients:
2 Brown Bread Slices
1 tsp melted butter
For Filling:
50gms Paneer - grated
3 tbsp Grated Carrot
Salt, Pepper, Cumin Powder to taste

Method
  1. Mix all the ingredients under the heading "For Filling".
  2. Roll out the bread slices flat with a rolling pin
  3. Place a bit of filling on one side of the bread and carefully roll it.
  4. You can cut each bread slice into 2 pieces. That's what I did.
  5. Repeat and make the other roll as well.
  6. Cover the rolls with a wet cloth for atleast 15 minutes.
  7. Preheat the grill for 5 minutes.
  8. Brush the melted butter on the rolls and grill them till needed. I didn't let my rolls turn too crispy as my 2 year old doesn't like it.
  9. Serve with ketchup.

Note 1: The original recipe had finely chopped capsicum and tomato ketchup also for filling. I avoided these.

Note 2: The fillings can be different as long as they are dry. I am thinking of kheema filling next time.

Note 3: These can be cut into 4 pieces instead of 2 and used as appetizers for parties.

This goes to Week 3 of Cooking from Cookbook Challenge Group.

4 comments:

  1. That is a very inviting and delicious looking snack.

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  2. Paneer bread rollls looks very inviting.

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  3. Those Paneer tyres look neat & easy for kids to handle, Swetha.

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