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Ingredients

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Ingredients for filling :
100 gms Cottage Cheese (Paneer)
1/2 cup grated Cheese
1 small diced Onion
1 small diced Tomato
1/4 cup boiled Sweet Corn Kernels
1/4 cup Harissa Mayonnaise (Veeba Harissa Dressing)
2 tbsp Tomato Ketchup
1 tsp Dried Mixed Italian Herbs
1 tbsp finely chopped Coriander (Kothmir)
Ingredients for pockets :
20 Bread Slices
1 pack Cheese Balls/ Cheese Puffs
1 tbsp finely chopped Coriander (Kothmir)
Butter for frying
1 small bowl Water
Bread Pizza Pocket | Pizza Pocket with cheese balls | How to make Pizza Pocket

Bread Pizza Pocket | Pizza Pocket with cheese balls | How to make Pizza Pocket

Ingredients

  • Ingredients for filling :

  • Ingredients for pockets :

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When all the goodness of a pizza comes in bite-sized portions that are dusted with your favourite cheese balls/ Cheetos dust, the only possible reaction is a little happy dance! Well, be ready to do your little happy dance because i just found the recipe to make the perfect pizza pockets! and trust me they are very easy to make too!

p.s :I and my brother had a fight over the last one (he won!), so you might want to hide a few for yourself before serving 😉

Directions

Steps

1
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Mix together all the ingredients for filling.

2
Done

Using a cookie cutter or a jar lid cut bread slices into desired shape.

3
Done

Place a small spoonful of filling in the centre of a bread and apply water on the edges. Apply water on the edges of another slice and place it over the earlier one. Press the two pieces together using your fingers. (Do as shown in the video)

4
Done

Using a rolling pin or pestle crush the Cheese puffs/ Cheese balls into fine powder and mix 1 tbsp of finely chopped coriander to it. Keep aside.

5
Done

Heat a non-stick pan and add 2 tbsp of butter to it, place 4 bread pockets and fry them until nicely golden brown from both sides.

6
Done

Dip the fried pockets into the crushed cheese ball mixture such that they are nicely coated and serve hot.

Sana Sayyed

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