This delectable paneer and peas combo is a great alternative to the typical aloo tikki! serve it with phudina chutney for an added flavourful touch. Make the paneer mixture fresh as keeping it for a long time before cooking will make it soggy.
Pav bhaji is more than a mere snack! it’s a quick meal that can be grabbed on the go – since large potions of the bhaji are made in advance and simply reheated with a few spices before serving. You just need to wait till the pav is toasted to perfection with oodles of butter! hmm, top with the raw onions and tomatoes, squeeze a tad of lemon atop the bhaji, and forget yourself!
Seven grain tikki, seven different grains and paneer make this dish a delectable source of proteins. I’ve rolled the tikkis in sesame seeds, which apart from being a rich source of protein also gives the snack a nice crunchy texture! a tikki provides 4. 4 gm of proteins; hence 3 to 4 tikkis are enough to meet half of your child’s daily requirement, thereby making his/her bones grow stronger.