Aloo Paneer Hara Bhara Kebab (Fried) Recipe

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aloo paneer hare kebab recipe
Aloo Paneer Hare Kebab Recipe

Hara Bhara Kebab are usually pan-fried round-shaped vegetarian tikkis which are filled with nutritious aloo, spinach (palak), peas (matar). They are generally not fried. But as here in my family, we prefer it fried, so my version of Kebabs is fried and I had used Aloo, Paneer, Onion, green chillies and spinach and mashed them with bread chunks. Those who are health-conscious can make these Kebabs pan-fried / Tawa fried like tikki or can bake them too. It was a total experiment (and I must mention a successful one) and motivation behind it was a family dinner that we had hosted for our sister. Her in-laws were also joining us. The whole day my husband was worried about my tendency of conducting experiments in kitchen and kept asking me what I had planned for serving. I told him the main-course but this special snack was not disclosed as I was a bit not sure about the outcome. So, I requested him to arrange a few snacks from ordering in and dinner would be home-made. Finally, when I was done with first batch of my Kebabs, I asked him to try and it turns out a great night with my home-made snacks in leading position..and you feel the best when the guests also appreciate it. The photo credit of the final pic of snack goes to them. Their clicks were superb that there was no question of not using it. Some moments are best when captured and this one night I always remember whenever I see these pics and now this post.

What are your plans? We had these amazing Kababs with Hari Chutney and Mayonnaise.

What is your choice of dip? DO share your experience with me.

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Aloo Paneer Hare Kabab (Fried) Recipe
Hare Kababs - Aloo, Paneer, Spinach and bread crumbs combined to make fried easy snacks served with Dhaniya Chutney and Mayonnaise.
aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 20 min
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 20 min
aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  1. Take a large bowl. Add Boiled potatoes, Mashed paneer, chopped onion and garlic.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  2. Add Washed and sieved spinach. It should not have water as it can make the mixture runny and it would be tough to fry it later.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  3. Add all the spices and besan
    Aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  4. add bread crumbs.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  5. Mix them well, If it seems dry, add little water slowly and make them in round shape as shown below.
    Aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  6. Thats how round tikki would look like. You may apply some oil on your palm for making them. they should not have too much water. You may add more bread if its so.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  7. Depending upon mixture, around 8-10 kababs can be made.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  8. You may heat the mustrad oil till its transparent and fry the tikkis in batches. Remember to add tikkis in hot oil or else they make break. Place sufficient tikkis in oil (neither too much or they wont be fried nor less else they might get burnt). Simmer for 1-2 min so that they are crispy from inside too. While you take out them, make the flame again high.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
  9. Serve them with your choice of chutney.
    aloo paneer hara kabab recipe
Recipe Notes
Nutrition Facts
Serving size: 1 piece
Servings: 10
Amount per serving  
Calories 50
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 2.1g 3%
Saturated Fat 0.1g 1%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 9mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 6.3g 2%
Dietary Fiber 0.8g 3%
Total Sugars 0.3g  
Protein 1.7g  
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 7mg 1%
Iron 0mg 2%
Potassium 160mg 3%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calorie a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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