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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Cheese Tikki



Apologies for the 4 month long silence or rather summer break.…had forced myself into aestivation ;-)…and hope to elude any sort of winter hibernation J
Had been to Kerala for Ramadan followed by Eid and yes it was a memorable vacation indeed! Tried lots and lots of new recipes, specially for Iftaar  and just can’t wait till I share them. Without much ado let’s head off…
To start with here’s presenting …Cheese tikki!! It’s something the kids will love and so would the grown-ups.  It’s one of the most simplest snacks & doesn’t require any exotic  ingredients.
Bon Appetit!!
 This is how it appears before and after coating....


Ingredients:
Cream cheese triangles-8 triangles
White Bread -8slices
Onion- 1 large- chopped finely
Tomato- 1 large- chopped finely
Green chilly-1-cut finely
Coriander leaves-1bunch-chopped finely
Juice of 1 lemon
Pepper powder-1tsp
Salt to taste

For coating:
2cups of Bread crumbs mixed with ½ cup of sesame seeds.
1egg- beaten

Method:
Shred the bread slices into small bits and place them in a large bowl.  Now add the chopped onion, tomato, green chilly & coriander leaves. Add the cheese once it’s soft, and blend all of these ingredients with your hand. You may add 2-3tsp of milk to moisten this.  Add lemon juice, pepper powder, salt and continue  to mix well until a smooth dough has been formed.  If the dough is too sticky you may add 1 or 2 extra slices of bread.
Now divide them into small equal number of balls. Shape them in the form of small fingers and keep aside.
For frying:
Dip the rolls in egg , next roll them in the bread crumbs until all sides have been coated well.
Deep fry on medium heat  till crispy and golden brown.
Serve hot with tomato ketchup.

1 comments:

nazia said... Reply to comment

Aleems (y) loved it!!!perfect for all cheese lovers!!

Cheers!!!!!

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