Paneer Burger with Eggless Burger Buns and Strawberry Jam with Eggless Butterless Wholewheat Flaxmeal Dinner Rolls - A Combo Post



This is a combo post for the Blogging Marathon - Taming the yeast challenge. Our host Srivalli suggested that two days we make the bread and on the third day we do a combo post for the breads prepared.


Homemade Strawberry Jam with Eggless Butterless Wholewheat Flaxmeal Dinner Rolls.



 We had the Butterless Wholewheat Flaxmeal Dinner Rolls with Homemade Strawberry Jam . Slice the bread spread lots of jam and have it with a mug of coffe or tea.  Thats great na!!



Paneer Burger with Eggless Burger Buns


To Make the Paneer Tikki.

Ingredients

400 Grams Paneer
2 Large Onions - pureed
7 Tablespoons All Purpose Flour
1 Teaspoon Mixed herbs
2 -3 Drops of Capsico sauce
Salt to taste
For Coating
Fine Bread Crumbs
1/2 Teaspoon Mixed herbs + a pinch of salt

Oil for frying

Method

Cut the paneer into a square and thick slice ( see pic). I got only four thick slices after trimming the sides.

Mix the  ingredients for the coating and keep aside.

Keep oil for heating while the preparation process is on.  The oil should be very hot for frying the paneer slices.  I shallow fried the paneer in a small cast iron kadai so, used very little oil.

 Mix the onion puree, all purpoise flour, salt, capsico sauce  and mixed herbs well.  Take each slice of paneer and coat it with this marination. 


Then coat with bread crumbs.


Fry on high flame till the brown on one side then turn and brown the other side.  Be careful while turning the paneer or it will crumble. Let is cool a little so that handling is easy.  


Butter the burger bun on both sides and toast it lightly.

Then add  the paneer tikki, ketchup or mayonnaise ( I added ketchup) and then top it with lots of finely chopped salad leaves and  few drops of capsico sauce .


Serve.  We enjoyed this burger for our dinner. The coating of onion on the paneer gives a awesome and crispy taste.



Preparing burgers at home is really cheap and healthy, since the oil is never recycled.  When I prepared the paneer buns we had one each and were full.   Do try it.


I made  milk mayonnaise but somehow the texture and taste that is required for mayonnaise was not there so I did not use it.  But will try again with some additions and subtractions.  This mayonnaise  I will use, not let it go waste.  Will post a recipe soon.

Thanks Srivalli for organising the Blogging Marathon every month.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#45.


Labels: Breads, Sandwiches, Breakfast, Healthy, Blogging Marathon, Kids delight, Paneer, Burgers
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

12 comments:

  1. Very interesting. Never used capiso sauce though..

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  2. Very interesting recipe. The paneer tikkis must have tasted great as the burger patti.

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  3. Lovely combo meal, filling and definitely a healthy burger..

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  4. nice paneer burger..looks very filling.

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  5. That is such a yummy looking burgers.. Looks delicious.

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  6. Those paneer burgers must have tasted yummy.

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  7. You have got some interesting combos with the buns you made!..very nice..

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  8. The burger looks great and that jam looks amazing.

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  9. very interesting...the paneer looks yumm

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