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SESAME PANEER ROLL ( sesame roll)

A very simple all time favorite sesame roll . Tasty vegetable filling stuffed in pancakes, I bet  it will melt in mouth and  you will just say wow!!

Sesame paneer roll:-

This exotic snacks is made up of simple ingredients and very simple to cook and is really relishing as well filling. 

For pancakes:-

Maida ”all purpose flour”………1/2cup
Milk…………..1 cup
Soda bi carb……a pinch
Salt…….3/4 tsp
Pepper….1/2 tsp
Oil for shallow frying

For stuffing:-

Paneer “cottage cheese”  -200gm
Onion chopped—1/2 cup
Cooked rice……..1/2 cup
Chopped capsicum….3 tbsp
Shredded cabbage……4 tbsp
For topping:-
Corn flour……4 tbsp
Sesame seeds….3tbsp
Cheese grated……..1/2 cup
Salsa sauce……..5 tbsp
Oil for shallow frying


Mix all the ingredients of pancake and beat well to make a batter.

Heat a non stick pan (not too hot).pour half the batter on it . Tilt the pan to spread the batter evenly.

Remove when the underside is cooked .do not cook the other side.
Cool the pancake on dry cloth

To prepare the filling grate paneer and mix all other ingredients. Mix well .

Place 2 tbsp of the filling on the cooked side of the pancake  ,at one end which is nearest  to you.

Fold the left side and then right side .holding the sides  ,roll upwards.

Seal the edges with cornflour   paste , made by dissolving 1 tsp of cornflour in 1 tsp of water
Now take sesme in a flat plate and dip each pan cake in corn flour mixture and roll it in sesame seeds.

Heat some oil in a pan and shallow fry both side of the roll till golden brown.

Drain on absorbent paper and cut diagonally or as required.

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