Sunday, July 10, 2011

Potato Paneer Frankies / Wraps

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Women love shopping! I'm no exception. During such super shopping spree sessions with friends, we have always preferred to munch on frankies for lunch or evening snack so that we dont run out of energy to roam around :P

Frankie stalls around the city have been our saviors during busy days. They are mess free, delicious and simple wraps that truly serves the purpose and easy to have them on the go.

I have made them at home a couple of times and this time wanted to make it a little more professional. Checked out around the web world and got inspirations from Tarladala's wraps, but tweaked them to my needs and tastes :)

Here comes my favorite Potato Paneer Frankies :)

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Ingredients for Potato Paneer Tikki -

Potato - 3
Paneer (grated) - 1/2 cup
Green chillies - 2
Onion - 1
Ginger - 1/4 inch piece
Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder - a pinch
Salt - for taste
Corn flour - 1 tblsp
Oil - for roasting

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Method for Potato Paneer Tikki -

Boil and mash potatoes. Chop onions, ginger and chillies finely.

Take two tsps of oil in a pan and saute onions until it turns transparent. Add the chillies and ginger and saute for a min. Drop in the mashed potatoes, grated paneer, salt, turmeric powder and garam masala, mix well and cook on medium flame for 3 to 4 mins, while stirring continuously.

Allow this mixture to come to room temperature and then sprinkle corn flour over it and mix well.

Now pinch out equal portions of the potato paneer mixture and make 2 inch oval shaped tikkis.

Roast them on both sides on a skillet by adding few drops of oil.

Potato Paneer Tikkis are ready.

Note: You can deep fry or shallow fry them instead of roasting.

If you taste the tikkis at this stage, you might have nothing left out to make the frankies :P

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Ingredients required for making frankies:

Roti
Potato paneer Tikki
Onion Masala mixture
Chilly vinegar
Masala water

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Method:

Onion masala mixture:

Chop one onion finely. Add some amchur powder and chaat masala to it and mix well.

Masala water:

Take 1/2 tsp of chilly powder, 1 tsp of amchur powder, a pinch of salt and 3 tblsp of water in a bowl and mix well until salt dissolves.

Chilly vinegar or Chilly lemon mixture:

Chop chilly finely and add it to 3 tsp of white vinegar or lemon juice and allow it to marinate for few hours.

Make rotis with wheat flour or maida and keep it ready.

Make the potato paneer tikkis in advance and keep it ready as well.

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Assembling:

1. Place a roti on the work area and keep two oval potato tikkies in the center.
2. Sprinkle the onion masala mixture on top of the tikkis.
3. Pour a generous tsp of chilly lemon mixture on top of the tikkis.
4. Drizzle a tsp of masala water mixture on the tikkis as well.
5. Roll the roti tightly and wrap it up half way through with tissue or foil to keep it intact.
6. Serve immediately.

Enjoy the tangy and yummy homemade frankies :)

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Tips:

Grate some cheese on top of the tikkis before rolling the frankie and microwave for just 30 seconds to have cheesy bite of frankie :)

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Couldn't resist biting it :P

I reserved some of the yummy potato paneer filling for another dish. Wait to see what it is!! :)



I am happy to send this as an entry to "Let's Go Stuffed Series - LGSS" which is going on in Vatsala's blog - Show and tell. :)

Written by: Nithya
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48 comments:

Prathibha said...

Its lunch time Nithi and I made just simple south Indian meal and here you are tempting me with delicious frankies...This is one of the must-have ones in Mumbai...love them to the core and my favorite is paneer waala frankie..those pics r mind blowing..:)

Umm Mymoonah said...

The rolls looks yumm, love to munch this anytime. Very pleasing pictures.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Superb clicks,wants me to take a bite :):) Never tasted frankies so far,have to make and taste soon ;)

Sharmilee! :) said...

I luv frankies and egg frankie is my all time fav...When I get from outside dont prefer others as the stuffing is already made and doesnt taste fresh....Luv ur idea of the potato paneer stuffing.. and sure temptes me to try it :) Waiting to see the next idea for the same stuffing :)

Vatsala. said...

These frankies are super delicious.
Can I invite them to LGSS.
Show and Tell
Event - LGSS_Potato

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
I love Frankies. Frankies are mouth watering. pics are beautiful.

Priti said...

Looks fab with lovely clicks ....I never had frankies ...have to try it :)

An Open Book said...

i love frankies..used 2 have them regularly whn i was studying in chennai

Jayashree said...

Enna nithya, aadi sale-la super purchase-aa??? The frankies look so tempting. Can you send them to me for my event HLI-Paneer?
http://luvgoodfood.blogspot.com/2011/06/event-announcement-healthy-lunch-box.html

Kadhyaa... said...

Thats a perfect frankies Nithi..loved it :)

Zareena said...

Thay are so inviting Nits. Lovely frankies.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

I loved this combo,amazing...very neat presentation as always...

Sum said...

Ahh... they look so tempting!

hemalata said...

Potato paneer frankies looks so yummy and nice clicks too.

Vimitha Anand said...

Usually have tried with sauteed panner only Nits but this looks more yummy and tempting... Lovely clicks...

Suja said...

Drool worthy,looks so inviting..

Prabhamani said...

Wow...very nice clicks loved ur way...Wraps looks awesome!!!

Pari said...

love the frankies anytime. looks perfectly made.

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kitchen queen said...

Ahaaaaaaaaaa! I am hungry I would love to grab the frankies and have a big biteful.

Lavanya Selvaraj said...

Looks very yummy and delicious...

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Absolutely yumm.. I love frankies... so neatly done..

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Yummy Team said...

Amazing clicks and presentation!

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Perfect tempting recipe...awesome clicks..

Meena Kannan said...

the frankie with a bite wants me to have a bite...i cook keeping kids in mind ...but now am gonna try it keeping the yummy byte in mind for me n my kids....
this is my baby blog..
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Sarah said...

ooh it looks mouth-watering! cant wait to have one!

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking potato frankies looks wonderful and wonderfully done I haven't added paneer to it before

Divya Vikram said...

Beautifully wrapped frankies Nithya :)

Varshini Sudharsan said...

yummy frakies...i love them so much...awesome clicks :)

Pratibha said...

frankies look yummiy

DEESHA said...

I love frankies too, they are so convinient too & makes for a great lunch box dish

manjooo said...

it looks sooo yummy

aipi said...

Wow, love frankies ~ I am getting tempted to pick up one from the screen itself, love the pic and your recipe :)
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Now Serving said...

This is my nephews fav dinner - even if there is sambar sadham and vendakai curry at home, he will first go to the hawker down the street have his frankie and then consider having food at home - I must try to make these for my kiddos - was too afraid to try the roadside one but would love to make these at home - thanks for the wonderful post!

sangee vijay said...

hi nithya
thanx for stopping by my space n for your sweet words too...
first time here,loved your space :) so pleasing pictures n yummy delights...i too tried potato panner filling with dosa..this frankie is new to me..can't wait to try this out...thanx for sharing...glad to follow you :)

thekitchenaffaire said...

Frankies are always great for lunch box :D easy and never dirties your hands too :D I love em.. Love your snaps :D

Deeksha said...

Hi Nithya
Thanks for visiting my blog and giving lovely comments. You too have a wonderful space here.
Frankies look awesome and delicious too. Nice clicks!

Amelia's De-ssert said...

Lovely picture and delicious rolls. I'm following you too.

Sound said...

Amazing Clicks and looks yummy. Great details and nice presentation.

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Biny Anoop said...

hey dear Nithi all my senses want to eat all thats made here....i love it...c u soon

Manju said...

aahh..i miss the frankies you get in India! but I make something similar too but just with paneer, no potatoes and a mint-cilantro-yogurt chutney! :)

Shraddha said...

yummy....I luv your way of presentation.... :)

Smita Srivastava said...

Ahhh I'm drooling over the yummy frankies... love the styling too !!!

Koci said...

Wow! These look so delicious. I've never tried frankies before, but now I totally want to. They sound amazing!

chinmayie said...

Frankies look great! Love the photos too :)

Ambreen said...

Wow, that looks awesome and very easy to make! Thank you Nithya for leaving a comment on my blog that helped me find your lovely blog. You have good collection of recipes & a well presented blog. Hope to hear from you again :)

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Kaveri said...

Thanks for visiting my space and leaving those lovely and encouraging words..I've been a silent follower of your blog for sometime now and I am a fan of your clicks...These frankies look really tempting..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that looks mouth watering, absolutely love your presentation :)

Gayathri Anand said...

Hi Nitya,

Made this recipe for dinner and we all loved it ..esp. my son enjoyed it a lot ...Thanks for the recipe .

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