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Potato Ricotta Croquettes, also known as aloo paneer bread rolls is a popular Indian snack. They are delicious and easy to prepare for parties or even tea time.
Today was such a beautiful morning, we were greeted with the sun (after a week of fog) peeking from the grumpy clouds and some fog still lingering over the lush green mountains.
Also, as you might have read on my blog/facebook/Insta/Twitter and other social media.I’m starting this ♥ Valentines Week Special ♥ where I’ll be sharing some easy, scrumptious and fun recipes for just the two of you but you’re most welcome to share them with two or more.
Now, when I say “Two of You”, it can definitely be your plus one but how about sharing it just exclusively with someone you admire…
For Making Bread-Crumbs
\could be your mom/dad/child /friend/colleague or just about anyone who means so much but we never were able to express the same to them.
And that is the reason why I wanted to make it a “Valentines Week” celebrations!
So the first recipe that I’m going to share is “Potato Ricotta Croquettes” or aloo paneer bread rolls
This is my special Shout-Out recipe for my best friend, with whom I’ve devoured these again and again over endless conversations and beautiful moments.
Now, who doesn’t love biting into a warm deep-fried croquette but it’s kinda time-consuming to make them.
Croquettes are usually made using a mix of potato-cheese or meat and then dipping in an egg-mix, flour and bread crumbs before frying.
BUT this recipe is almost like one-pot mix with some added green peas and doesn’t use egg.
So I can’t stress enough how easy and quick it is and just so yummy. Just one note of caution — You can’t stop at just one 🙂
Enjoy n Share the Love ♥♥♥
Serves: 2 People
Serving Suggestion: Serve Hot with favorite Dip / Sauce
Medium Pot – For Frying the croquette.
Food Processor – For making bread crumbs
Large Bowl – For mixing the ingredients together.
Large Plate – For placing uncooked croquette
Ice-Cream Scoop – For measuring croquette size (OPTIONAL)
Paper Napkin/Towel – To soak any excess oil from the cooked croquette
Tried Our Recipe – AWESOME!!!
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Make Bread Crumbs:
In a food processor, add bread-crumbs ingredients and pulse for 2 mins. (The crumbs, need to be smooth and even texture)
Make the Potato Ricotta Croquettes
Peas: I’m using frozen peas hence I’ve thawed them. (You may use fresh or frozen peas)
Bread: (You may use any bread of choice)
Flour: (You can use flour like whole-wheat flour too)