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Paneer frankie / paneer Kathi roll
last Sunday suddenly had some guests over lunch,...Sundays are a total holiday for me , I just want to take a break from cooking on Sundays and usually make brunch smartly (combined breakfast with lunch) just to avoid extra cooking ;p
After searching vegetable basket which is usually empty on Sunday mornings because Sunday is a grocery and vegetable shopping day ...I Found only cabbage , few tomatoes and a small bunch of spring onion and a packet of cottage cheese so i thought best would be frankie or Kathi rolls with bowl of soup and that was enough to impress them.
These rolls are perfect for breakfast or brunch as a side dish you can easily accomplish it with yakhani biryani or some rice dish with curd dip or raita.
COTTAGE CHEESE FRANKIE / PANEER KATHI ROLL
200 gms Paneer (cottage cheese) cut into long strips
1 cup Whole wheat flour (atta)
1/2 cup Maida
Salt to taste
Oil 1 Tbsp
2 large onion finally sliced
1 large tomato finally sliced
1 small bunch spring onion finally sliced
1 small cabbage finally sliced
1 tsp Ginger paste
1 tsp Garlic paste
1 green chilli sliced
1/4 tsp Kashmiri red chilli powder
1/2 tsp maxican seasoning
1 Tbsp Lemon juice
Cheese spread 2 Tbsp
Mayonnaise 2 Tbsp
Tomato Katchep 1/2 Tbsp
Mix the whole-wheat flour, maida and salt, add sufficient water and knead into a firm dough. Cover with a damp cloth and keep for about fifteen minutes.
Heat the oil in a non-stick pan, add the onions ,spring onion and cabbage stir well for few minute tomatoes, ginger paste, garlic paste, salt, chilli powder, maxican seasoning and stir. Cook till everything blends well and the excess moisture has dried up.
Add the lemon juice, mix and take it off the heat. Divide the filling into eight equal portions and set aside. Divide the dough into eight equal balls and roll out into thin rotis.
Heat a non-stick tawa, place a roti on it, drizzle a little oil all around and cook till both the sides are evenly cooked.
Mix mayonnaise , katchup and cheese spread Spread a teaspoon of all over the roti. Place a portion of vegetable mixture on one side.
Sprinkle some onions over it and roll the roti. Similarly prepare the rest of the frankies.
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