Paneer Lollipops#SundayFunday

A yummy combination of paneer slices on stick marinated with spices, called paneer lollipop is a perfect snack to prepare over the weekend or a party! These are a realy kid's delight.
250 Grams Paneer
For The Marination
¼ Teaspoon Vegetarian Stock Powder
2 Tablespoons Red Chilly Garlic sauce
¼ Teaspoon Garam Masala Powder
¼ Teaspoon Coriander Powder
¼ Teaspoon Amchur/Mango Powder
2 Tablespoons Corn flour
For The Paste/Slurry
¼ Cup All Purpose Flour
¼ Cup Corn Flour
Salt & Black Pepper Powder to taste
Water as required to make a thick paste
Other Ingredients
Toothpicks as required 
¼ Cup White Sesame Seeds
Corn Flour as required for rolling
Oil as required for frying

Wash and cut the paneer into broad/lollipop sticks.
In a large bowl add all the marination ingredients and make thick paste, add paneer sticks and toss it so that the spices stick to paneer sticks and leave aside for about 20 minutes,
Now take another bowl and add the slurry ingredients to this and add salt n pepper and dissolve with water to make a thick coating paste. 
Pierce each paneer lollipop to a stick one by one and roll each in dry corn flour and then roll in slurry, shake this lightly to make a even coating. Then roll in  sesame seeds. 
Heat oil in broad frying pan, shallow fry each paneer lollipop on medium high flame till one side is golden brown then flip and fry till all sides and golden. Serve hot with ketchup or any chutney or your choice.  
Very yummy and delicious .......crispy from outside and soft from inside with a rich garlic flavor.

My Notes 
I haven't used any salt in this recipe as chilly garlic sauce and stock has already lot of salt content in it could check the marinade and use according to your taste.  
Labels: Paneer, Starters, Appetizer, Kids delight, Party pleasers, Sunday Funday, Vegetarian, Eggless

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  1. This sounds wonderful. I've never tried paneer!

  2. Such a delicious way to enjoy paneer as a starter, spicy and easy to make.