Gold Coins (Stars and hearts)

So most of you might be aware of the regular gold coins which is a popular starter recipe. I usually do not make it often , coz am personally not very fond of it. I like the recipe, but I think it is pretty unhealthy the way it is made....potatoes, bread, deep frying ..

So not giving up I decided to make some changes... works well with kids when we can be a little creative. For the second day..of BM 21 I made these cuties..


10 bread slices (white or brown)
1 cup crumbled paneer
1 tspn garam masala
1 tspn ginger-green chilli paste
salt to taste
2 -3 tspn white sesame seeds
Oil to fry
1) Mix the paneer with ginger -chilli paste, salt, garam masala.
2) Cut the bread slices in shapes you desire.
3) Cover the slices with the paneer mixture. Press it hard  so that it sticks to the base.
4) Sprinkle the sesame seeds on top
5) Deep fry in oil and serve with sauce or chutney

I toasted the bread slices after cutting them and shallow fried it later on a pan. 

If the paneer is dry, then mix it with a spoon of olive oil.


divyagcp said…
Love the cute shapes u have cut.. It makes it more interesting and appealing.. Looks yummy too.

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Srivalli said…
wow those shapes are so cute Pradnya, kids would love to dig in!
Anonymous said…
Very Adorable :) :)
anjana said…
so cute and delicious..lovely!
Priya Suresh said…
Cute shaped gold coins, attractive and super delicious.
Jayanthi said…
Perfect kid friendly recipe. My kiddo will surely love it minus sesame seeds...I'm gonna try it for sure.
vidhas said…
Love the shapes. Kids will love this.
perfect for birthday parties.
Rajani S said…
Now that's what I call innovative :)
Anonymous said…
This would be a treat for everyone, not just for kids!
Suma Gandlur said…
Love these cute starters.
lovely cute will go ga ga!!
Padmajha said…
Fabulous snack for the party. Simple yet yum!

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