Today when I opened fridge, found that I have around 2 liters of milk and it is getting expired tomorrow. Gave a lot of thought on what I should be using it before I loose it. Last few times I had been making sweets but this time I wanted to make something spicy and that is when I came up this.
2 Liter Milk
5 Spoon Vinegar
1 Cup Corriander Leaves
2 Spoon Pudina Leaves
5-6 Green Chillies
2 Bread Slices
1/2 Spoon Chaat Masala
- Boil Milk in a thick pan
- Mix a cup of water with vinegar and add it to the milk to separate whey from it.
- Strain it and wash it with cold water.
- Hang it in a dry cloth for around half an hour to remove as much as water as possible
- Preheat oven to 350F/180C
- Bake bread slices for 5 minutes at 350F/180C, Flip the sides and bake for another 5 minutes
- In a mixie, grind the bread to breadcrums. Save aside
- Grind corriander leaves, pudina leaves and green chillies to fine paste without using water.
- In a plate mix the paneer that was hanging, the above green paste and salt
- Make small lemon sized balls and roll them in bread crums
- Heat oil and fry the balls in it over medium-high heat.
- Sprinkle chaat masala and serve with ketchup
If you want you can make it with grated paneer instead, but it tasted awesome with this fresh made paneer and the softness inside the crispy covering was delicious.
For the corriander-pudina-green chillies paste I didnt use any water. The water that was on leaves after washing them was good enough.