Broccoli paneer tikki is a delightful recipe which offers the right crunchiness along with the softness of paneer. The best part is, it’s the perfect companion to the tea. Also, you can serve it with mint or coriander chutney as an appetizer for the dinner parties.
Broccoli is an immense source of Vitamins C and K, folate, potassium and fiber. Vitamin C present in broccoli helps in building collagen and helps in healing cuts and wounds. Nonetheless, it aids in protecting your body from free radicals. Paneer is the rich source of protein and calcium. Its consumption aids in strengthening bones, reduces the risk of breast cancer, improves digestion and also it is athletes friendly food to be included in diet.
- 30 grams oats
- ½ cup steamed and chopped broccoli
- 30 grams crumbled paneer
- ½ teaspoon grated garlic
- 1 finely chopped green chilie
- ¼ teaspoon garam masala powder
- Mustard oil for shallow frying
- Salt to taste
Calorie: 262 KCal
Carbs: 24 gm
Protein: 12 gm
Fat: 13.5 gm
- Cook broccoli in a steamer with some salt until it’s soft. Once it’s cooked, transfer it on a chopping board and chop it finely.
- Take a bowl and add all the ingredients and mix well.
- Make small sized cutlets by using the broccoli mixture and set it aside on a separate plate.
- Heat a skillet over a low flame and put oil to it. Put tikki one by one in the skillet and cook from both the sides until brown.
- Serve broccoli paneer tikki with a mint chutney.
Over to you
Make your evenings lively by trying the heavenly combination of broccoli paneer tikki and masala tea. Serve to your kids and family without doubting its healthfulness.