Potato Paneer Patties Sandwich.
My mom says you don’t need too many ingredients to make delicious food. This is one such example. Crunchy patties are shallow fried in cold pressed oil with flavours of garlic and coriander leaves and some basic seasonings.
The husband and I like to team it up with salad greens, tomatoes, green coriander and mint chutney, cheese slice and a little drizzle of sweet chilli sauce. Oh! I am drooling again as I pen it down 🙂
You can find the recipe of coriander and mint chutney here.
How to make the patties – Makes 6 patties
1/2 cup boiled and grated potatoes
1/3 cup grated paneer
1/4 cup Panko breadcrumbs or crushed poha – more breadcrumbs to roll the patties in
1/4 cup chopped coriander leaves
2 long green chillies – minced
2 tbsps dry crunchy garlic (I use the one from SpanIn)
Salt to taste or 3/4 tsp
2 tsps red chilli flakes (optional)
Cold pressed oil as required
2 tbsp all purpose flour
2 tbsp cornflour
Mix together potatoes, paneer, breadcrumbs or poha, coriander leaves, green chillies, garlic, salt, red chilli flakes. Taste and adjust seasoning and make small discs and keep them aside.
Make the all purpose flour and cornflour slurry by adding water.
Heat oil in a pan. While the oil heats on medium low flame dip the patties in the slurry and roll them in breadcrumbs. Shallow fry them until they turn crisp brown on both sides.
Now assemble the sandwich – add a layer of mint chutney on a bread slice, place the patty. Top it up with salad greens and sliced tomatoes. Add another layer of patty and then cheese slice and sweet chilli sauce. Layer up the top bread slice with mint chutney again and finish up the sandwich.
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