What you will need!

Green Chutney:

50gms Coriander

50gms Mint

4cloves Garlic, peeled

5gms Green Chillies

5ml Lemon Juice

Salt, to taste

Sugar, to taste


Ingredients for Assembly:

A loaf of English Oven Premium White Bread

200gms Besan

1gms Chaat Masala

1gm Carom Seeds

1gms Chilli Powder

Salt, to taste

80-100ml Water

Oil for Frying

300g Paneer, cut into thick steaks

50gms Ketchup

50gms Green Chutney

How to make

Putting it together

In a blender jar, add all the ingredients for Green Chutney and blitz it until smooth


Keep it in a jar or airtight container with a squeeze of lime on top to avoid oxidization


Slice the paneer into a 1/2 Inch thick (approx) sheet, the size of your bread.


Take 2 slices of English Oven Premium White bread, spread ketchup on one slice and green chutney on the other


Place the paneer slice between the breads and sandwich it. Cut diagonally to get two triangles.


Let’s make the pakoda batter: combine besan, red chilly powder, turmeric powder, carom seeds, chaat masala and salt.


Add water gradually and whisk to form a slightly thicker but not too thick of a batter.


Into the batter, dip the paneer sandwich you just made, coat evenly.


Deep fry over medium high heat, until the bread pakodas are golden and crisp.


Cut diagonally and serve with hot tea!