Did you check out our Masala Paneer Stuffed Bread Pakoda recipe? Because when we made it, we had extra paneer left over and we tried to do something different and something just as tasty. Using the leftover paneer, we made bondas and shallow fried them to make a delicious and easy snack. If you’ve got paneer left over, you can just store it in the fridge overnight – unless you’re going to make it right away – and then microwave it for a few seconds before you get to working on it. You can also add some breadcrumbs to the besan mixture to give the bonda some texture. 

It takes less time and it’s just as delicious as it sounds, so follow the recipe here and the video below and make it for yourself!

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Paneer Bonda Recipe
If you've made the Paneer Stuffed Pakoda and you have some crumbled paneer left over, this is the best snack to make.
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Course Snacks
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Snacks
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
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Votes: 0
Rating: 0
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
Making The Paneer
  1. In a bowl, crumble the paneer and then add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, chat masala, salt and pepper and mix well.
Making The Coating Mixture
  1. In a large wide bowl, add the besan and the corn flour, mix it nicely, then add some chilli powder and some salt.
  2. Add a cup (or more) of water to make the mixture a little liquidy and whip it together nicely.
  3. Cut up a slice of bread and put it in the mixer to crumble it and then add the bread into the besan mixture. This is mostly for texture.
Making The Pakoda
  1. Roll the paneer into balls and then dip it into the besan mixture to coat it properly.
  2. Put it into the oil and fry it properly, turning it onto every side till golden brown.
Recipe Notes

Add a little water and some corn flour to the paneer mixture so that it's easy to roll into balls.

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