BM #104 Day 12 - 

Here is the last Odiya snack in this series. This was also suggested by Aunty and it was one of the best snacks so far. I always felt paneer and potato go well in any dish and this is not an exception.

The flavors were so mild which made the taste of paneer pop out. So if that flavor is something which needs to be masked, please increase the spices accordingly.

Here is a recap of the past two weeks..

Week 1 - Sweets from Andhra -

Day 5 - Pala Munjalu

Week 2 - Snacks from Odisha -

After a short Sunday break, I shall be back with some snacks of my family's choice.

Recipe Source Padma's mom
Ingredients - 

Potatoes 2 (medium size)
Paneer, crumbled 1 cup
Coconut, shredded 1/2 cup
Salt, Green chilies, Red Chili Powder as needed
Coriander leaves finely chopped 2 Tbsp
Oil 1-2 Tbsp for shallow frying

Method Of Preparation -

Boil potatoes and mash. Mix in the crumbled paneer, shredded coconut and finely chopped green chilies.

Add in salt, red chili powder and chopped coriander leaves.

Mix well and adjust the flavors.

Make 14-15 equal portions of the mixture. Knead each portion and make a thick disc (Patty).

Heat a griddle and add 1-2 tablespoons of oil and shallow fry each of the patties.

After both the sides of the each patty are golden brown, remove from heat and serve with chutney of your choice.

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Preparation Time 30 minutes
Makes 14-15


  1. Paneer and potatoes really go very well and the addition of coconut is rather interesting , I am sure the flavor imparted by it must be really really delicious . Will be giving it a try the next time I make Tikkis .

  2. sushma Says:
  3. Potato and paneer is a great combo. They have turned out so well. Good one

  4. Srivalli Says:
  5. All these chops make such sinful treats right. Thanks to your Aunty for such wonderful dishes from Odisha, enjoyed reading and learning. Looking fwd to next week theme..:)

  6. Suma Gandlur Says:
  7. Shallow frying makes it a great treat for paneer lovers and coconut is an interesting addition to the recipe. You were able to showcase some regional gems of Odisha this time.

  8. Such an amazing combination of flavours Harini. This dish is really interesting. Really enjoyed the dishes from Odisha. Thanks for sharing such nice and authentic ones.

  9. Narmadha Says:
  10. I make tikkis with paneer and potatoes. Addition of coconut is interesting and love the way you have made it so healthy

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