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Bread pakoda / bread cheese fitter

Bread pakoda is my daughters favorite lunch box snacks as they love cheese .
crispy crunchy bread cheese fitter , awesome taste of cheese make this fitter/ bread pakoda a favorite street food ...  

Ingredients

Bread slices...... 8
Processed cheese,grated........ 1 cup
Green chilli,chopped ...... 2
Gram flour (besan) .......1 1/2 cups
Carom seeds (ajwain).......... 1/2 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Baking powder ..............1/4 teaspoon
Red chilli powder............ 1/2 teaspoon
Turmeric powder............ 1/4 teaspoon
Oil for deep-frying

Date and tamarind chutney as required
Mint chutney. as required

Method

Place the cheese in a bowl. Add green chillies. Mix and set aside. Place gram flour in a bowl. Add carom seeds, salt, baking powder, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and enough water. Whisk to make a smooth batter ( you can use electric whisker for this purpose go to Amazon you will find nice one . Heat sufficient oil in a skillet . Also heat a non stick grill pan. Lightly toast the bread slices on the grill pan. Spread date and tamarind chutney on four toasted slices and mint and coriander chutney on the remaining four. Spread the cheese mixture over the slices with date and tamarind chutney and cover with the slices with mint and coriander chutney and press gently. Cut each sandwich into four triangles. Dip the triangles in the gram flour batter and deep fry till golden and crisp. Drain on absorbent paper and serve hot with any chutney.

Comments

Anchal said…
Wow!! I loved the recipe!

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