This is one of the easiest fired goodies recipe I often prepare. These wrapped and fired cheese bites are super easy to prepare, great for parties and crowd.
Crispy on the outside and cheesy inside, yumm... this even sounds delicious!
Check out the recipe and give it a try!
Step 1: Ingredients
- All Purpose Flour - Half cup (you might need to add a little more while making the dough)
- Salt - For Taste
- Nigella Seeds - quarter tsp
- Oil - 1 Tbsp (For Dough)
- Oil - Enough To Fry
- Dairy cheese - cut into small cubes
Step 2: Preparing Dough and Cheese
In a small bowl, add flour, salt, nigella seeds and 1 tbsp of oil. Mix them really well.
Add enough water to the flour to make smooth dough. Knead until the dough is finely smooth. Add more flour if necessary to make the dough smooth and thick.
Cut the dairy cheese into small cubes depending on your choice. Mine were 1 X 1 X 0.5 inch cubes.
Step 3: Preparing Roti Bread
Take a small amount of dough and roll it into a flat roti bread.
Place 4 cheese cubes on the flat roti bread as shown in the 2nd picture of this step.
Cut the roti bread into 4 pieces, keeping the cheese cubes on the center of each roti piece (See picture).
Step 4: Wrapping the Cheese Cubes
Let's work on any one piece of the roti bread at first.
Fold up any one corner shaped sides of the roti piece and place it on the top of the cheese cube.
Similarly, fold up another corner shaped side of the roti piece and place it on the top of the previous fold and press it gently.
Now one by one fold up all the sides. Make sure to press each side gently to close the fold and making sure that the cheese cube is secured inside the wrap.
The roti wrapping should be done neatly and perfectly otherwise it'll become a mess while frying them.
The roti wrapping is to keep the cheese separated from the heated oil.
Step 5: Frying
In a frying pan, add oil and heat the oil in high flame.
Once the oil is heated, bring it down to medium flame and add the cheese bites to the oil.
Fry them until light golden.
Use a slotted spoon to take them out of the oil and place them on a napkin to soak oil.
Serve while hot with tomato ketchup or chutni.
Runner Up in the
Cheese Challenge 2016