Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Schezwan Veggie Lollipop

Schezwan veggie Lolipop 





While all that glitter might not be gold, what looks good is what gets sold. A few days ago, I hosted a gathering at my place. As a host I had the responsibility of exceeding the expectations of my guests. So I needed a new yet guaranteed hit that's when I came up with this dish. It is the classic cutlet with an exotic presentation because at times, a classic dish just needs a modern touch.




Preparation Time : 30 Min

Cooking Time : 20 Min

Ingredients : 


  • Baby corn 10 t- 12 (better if it is small and fresh)
  • Potato 2 medium size grated
  • Carrot 1 medium size grated
  • Beans 12 - 15 finely chopped
  • Paneer grated 1/2 cup
  • Bread crumbs 1 cup
  • Coriander chopped 1 tablespoon
  • Green chillies 2 chopped
  • Schezwan sauce 2 Tablespoon (or according to taste)
  • Salt according to taste
  • Oil for frying
Procedure :  
  • Finish all cutting and chopping first

  • In a bowl take grated potato, carrot, beans, paneer, green chillies, coriander, 1/2 of the bread crumbs and schezwan sauce





  • Mix all the well and form a dough as shown in picture


  • you can check the consistency of cutlet dough by taking a small portion of mixture and fry it. make our smooth then it is ok else add little bit more bread crumbs
  • Now take baby corn and cover is with cutlet dough from one side as shown in picture to give it a lollipop shape 




  • Repeat the step with rest of the baby corns and cutlet dough


  • In a plate take remains bread crumbs and roll the lollipops in it so that bread crumb is nicely coated on it and keep aside. repeat the step with rest of the lollipops 


  • In a pan heat oil and deep fry lollipop on medium flame. cook it till it is golden brown and properly cooked

  • Once it is dome take out from oil and transfer it on kitchen towel os that the excess of oil is removed



  • Your Schezwan veggie lollipop is read serve it with chutney of your choice and enjoy




Tip  : 

  • In case if you feel that baby corn it little bit hard. You can boil them first. Mine was fresh and soft so I used it directly





2 comments:

  1. so nice, how much effort u have taken?

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  2. Thanks Pranita, Actually it looks difficult but trust me it simple and easy :)

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