Sunday, November 13, 2011

Paneer Balls In Barbeque Sauce

             When i found this recipe from Krithika Radhakrishnan's cookbook i immediately wanted to try it,but couldn't find time.So yesterday wanted to try at any cost and also did it.The recipe also was not too tedious and was very nice to have as a snack.

Ingredients :

For Paneer Balls :

Paneer 100 gm
Bread 3 pieces
Curd 2 tbsp(i used 3 tbsp)
Green chillies 1 tbsp
All purpose flour/maida 3 tbsp
Salt Req
Cooking soda 1 pinch

For Barbeque Sauce :

Tomato(big size) 2
Soya sauce 1 tbsp
Vinegar 2 tbsp
Tomato sauce 2 tbsp
Salt Req
Sugar 1 tsp

Method :

1.    Grate the paneer in carrot grater and keep aside.Soak the bread slices in the curd and keep aside for around 15-20 minutes.

2.    After 20 minute's add the grated paneer,chopped green chillie's,salt,maida and cooking soda to the soaked bread.

3.    Now mix all the ingredients together and make it as a chapathi batter.

4.   Now prepare small balls from the batter and deep fry in the oil till medium brown colour and keep aside.

For Barbeque Sauce :

1.     In hot water put the tomato and after few minutes peel the skin and finely chop the tomatoes.Now in a wok add the all the ingredients given under the barbeque sauce column along with chopped tomatoes.

2.   Now allow it to boil(i used a potato masher to mash the sauce as i found little tomatoes didnt get mashed properly).

3.  Now serve the panner balls and the sauce seperately.

Notes :

1.     Incase if the sugar is less sweet and can add one more tsp.Mine was too sweet so i added only one tsp.

2.     While deep frying put one ball and then fry it and remove it and add another one as it will give a good result and will be cooked evenly.

sending this to  Sreevalli's event Cooking without onion & garlic.

Winter carnival event hosted by Radhika.

Christmas Delicacy event hosted by Julie


Prathibha said...

very delicious balls..looks too gud n nice clicks too sabdha..looks like u changed ur camera..good going!!

Tina said...

wow...gr8 recipe...looks tempting.

Santosh Bangar said...

tempting balls and sauce is super

Prathima Rao said...

Makes a yummy starter!!
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Babli said...

Mouth watering and yummy paneer balls. Perfect for snacks.

Chitra said...

Nice one. kids must love this :)

Priya said...

Super crispy inviting paneer balls and fingerlicking sauce..

Priti said...

wow want to grab a few ..very tempting and looks perfect ...the sauce looks so gud

Kaveri said...

Mmmm...yummilicious...Very very tempting

Pari said...

Hi Sudha, first time here and glad to follow you. I liked the idea of soaking the bread in curds, will a nice sour taste to the balls.

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julie said...

Delicious n perfectly shaped ones!!
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Priya's Feast said...

Wow..Not only kids,the elders will also luv it..Nice presentation

ANU said...

awesome yum yumm....

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sangee vijay said...

wow...tempting starter n i love the sauce too...yum..yum..

divya said...

looks delicious... fabulous recipe..

aipi said...

Those look sensational, what a treat!

Hyma said...

absoluteltly tempting...hv been waiting for this post as it did'nt work the day u posted:-)Sauce looks soo good...

Sushma Mallya said...

Wow they look so perfect ...loved the recipe am going to try this soon:)

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow waiting for this recipe sudha,love to taste it rite tempting and u have done it perfectly...

hemalata said...

Very tempting paneer balls,looks so yummy n nice combo with sauce.

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Perfect starter .. the sauce is too good.. awesome dish..

Chitra said...

With sauce it looks mouthwatering :)

Rinku Naveen said...

Never heard of this one. Looks so tempting. The sauce looks so good.

Shanthi said...

Looks extremely delicious and well presented