Aloo Paneer Pakora, Kebabs and More: 5 Aloo Paneer Snacks You Shouldn’t Eat

Sitting in a chair with a hot cup of tea along with a delicious breakfast is something that we all adore. ‘Tea time’ is surely incomplete without some crunchy and fried snacks. This nutritious combination of delicious snacks with a steaming cup of tea lifts the mood in no time, right? From classic samosas and pakoras to chips and kachoris, there are so many options to pick and choose from, but a little experimentation never hurt. Here we bring you a list of five snacks that are made with a mix and match of potato and paneer, followed by tangy and aromatic spices and spices.

Apart from being super crispy and delicious, these snacks are super easy to make at home. Combine these snacks with tamarind chutney, mint chutney and enjoy the perfect snacking experience at home in a matter of minutes.

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Here is a list of 5 Aloo Paneer Snacks to make at home

1. Aloo Paneer Bread Pakora

This Aloo and Paneer Bread Pakora is very popular in the streets of Delhi. Made with spicy potato and paneer filling, dipped in gram flour batter and then fried golden and crisp. Serve it hot with spicy chutney or you can serve it with Rasedar Aloo Ki Sabzi. Here is the recipe of Aloo Paneer Pakora and Aloo Sabzi.

2. Aloo Paneer Kebab

Soft, crunchy and aromatic, these kebabs are filled with the goodness of paneer and versatile potatoes. They are made with savory and spicy fillings and we are sure, this quick and easy recipe will impress your guests in no time. Wondering how to make it? click here.


3. Aloo Paneer Kofta

Here we bring you a quick and easy Aloo-Paneer Kofta recipe which can be a perfect addition to the fasting menu. To make this savory snack, all you have to do is prepare a simple dough with potatoes, paneer, flour and some spices and fry them into crispy kofta balls and that’s it! Here is a simple recipe for you.


4. Hyderabadi Paneer Aloo Kulcha

Crispy on the outside and soft and tangy inside, the Aloo Paneer filling transforms a simple kulcha into a stellar dish that you’ll want to make every other day. Apart from having it with a cup of tea, you can also enjoy it for dinner by mixing it with many curries. Click here for the recipe.


5. Aloo Paneer Tikki

Tikki is one such snack which is loved by almost everyone. Eat it as it is or make a savory chaat with some chutneys, this authentic Indian street food is versatile in origin. Paneer is included in this special tikki recipe which makes it even more delicious and delicious. Here is the recipe.


Make these delicious snack recipes at home and enjoy with your tea! Tell us in the comment section below which one you liked the most. Happy Snacking!


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