Mar 21, 2012

Potato Cheese Balls - Kids Special Recipes under 30 mins


I made this yesterday and both of my sisters where staying near me and was watching what I am gonna do..As soon as they saw the cheese got stuffed in the center they realized that this is going to be so good..They were so eagerly waiting for this…I was also so excited to see the results..But once it got fried and the photshoot got over(my sisters have lots of patient, Good Girls). I cut open those balls in half, there was a little surprise waiting for me in the middle, and that the gooey cheesy goodness …Now you know what my sisters must have done, they silently took the plate, found a nice place and settled down with this and started munching it..




Now lets talk something about these cheesy balls..These are so versatile and comes handy whenever you need..When you are planning to do this, try to make it in double batches. You can have half of that instantly and half you freeze..Take these balls and arrange it in a tray, put the tray in the freezer for 30 mins untill they the balls get a little firm. Now transfer this to a ziplock bag and freeze it for later use..Now you have a handy snack whenever you have a cheesy cravings..I can assure you that this will become the favorite snack for your kids..I hope you will try this out and tell me how it cameout..I am sending this recipe to Blogging Marathan Day 6 under the theme Kid's Delight - Easy to make Snacks under 30 mins..

Ingrediants:

Potatoes - 3 large boiled and mashed
Peas - 1/2 cup ( I used Frozen)
Spring Onion - 1 chopped
Tomato Ketchup - 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Pepper Powder to taste
CornFlour / CornStarch - 2 tblsp
Breadcrumbs - 1 cup
Mozarella Cheese - as needed cut into small cubes
Oil for Deep Frying + 1 tsp

Method:

Heat oil in a kadai. Add in spring onion and peas and saute for a min.

Add in tomato ketchup , salt and pepper to taste and mix well.

Add in potatoes and mix well. Allow this to cool down. Divide this into equal portions.

Take one ball and stuff it with small piece of cheese in the center and cover from all sides. Do the same to every balls.

Mix cornflour with some water to form a thin liquid. Take breadcrumbs in a plate and set aside.

Now take the cheese stuffed ball and dip them in cornflour liquid and then roll them tightly in breadcrumbs. Do the same to every balls.

Now heat oil for deep frying and fry these balls till golden brown.

Drain in a paper towel and serve with ketchup..

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants

Mash your potatoes
Heat oil and add spring onions
add in peas too

now add a dash of ketchup

and some salt and pepper
add in potatoes

and mix well

shape into balls

time to assemble

add a piece of cheese in the center

and shape into balls

now dip in cornflour water

and roll it in breadcrumbs

till completely rolled

All done

Fry this in oil

till golden..

Drain it and serve

with some ketchup..

76 comments:

  1. Yummy Yummy apt for kids parties ..

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  2. yummy too yummy

    cheese balls

    i wd love to try this next time

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  3. one of my fav.. every time i go to PVR this is my snack ..love this one :)

    Ongoing Event : I'm The Star

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  4. Poornima SatheeshMarch 21, 2012 at 8:06 PM

    Recipe looks yummy.Will try this weekend.I love your blog a lot specially for the step by step pictures.Keep posting.

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  5. Dear Arathi
    I could open the blog , but not the photos..never mind..I like the recipe specially adding that Tomato ketchup is a good idea...must try it .
    Have a nice weekend ahead

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  6. Wow Aarthi, yummy tasty cheese potato balls. Perfect for kids birthday parties. Thank for sharing.

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  7. My husband would love these, minus the peas :) I will check out your other food blog as well!

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  8. Drooling over this even after my dinner, looks yum

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  9. yummy, mozarella indeed gives that goey filling

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  10. Going wildly hungry with these yummylicious cheese balls!!

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  11. yes kids will surely love this and very simple to make.

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  12. OMG...cheesy potato balls so yummy.... I want it now itself...

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  13. yummy cheese balls...great recipe...

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  14. Wooow!!! I have not words!!!

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  15. yummy looking balls. love the recipe

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  16. Dear Aarthi, This is a wonderful recipe for kids to enjoy. Blessings my dear, Catherine xo

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  17. The cheese strings snap look really good. I would love these with a cup of tea.

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  18. sure kids delight..yummy snack..

    Join the Just "4" Fun event :)

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  19. wat a tempting balls.....very tatsy.
    Maha

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  20. by d way aarthi!!can u plz an advice that how 2 give a link from blogspot to own domain name??....mine was still showing the old space name .plz dear..thanx in advance...

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  21. Cooking under 30 min such a tasty snack yummyyyy yummyyyyy

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  22. Really nice idea Aarthi. Should have tasted yummy indeed!!!

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  23. ahh..i loved this cheesy recipe!! Recipe & snap itself says how tasty it would have been!!! Bookmarked to try :)

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  24. Looks so yum ..sure kids will love this ..and love blog header ...very nice

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  25. I too love this combo.... my younger loves cheese preparation recipes...i book marked this ...today's my post also a cheese based one only......

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  26. Good snack
    followfoodie.blogspot.com

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  27. So awesome, potato and cheese, it wud taste superb rt..

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  28. Yummy cheese potato balls.Apt for kids.

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  29. Would love to have this anytime..unfair to say that only kids will like it!

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  30. Mammamia! I was on the look out for a potato cheese snack for my boy and here I see the perfect recipe!!
    Thanks a ton, arthi!
    Bookmarked! :D

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  31. very delicious balls..looks yummm

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  32. You ar egreat Aarti. This is what I will make for the girls tomorrow.

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  33. I always wanted to try this out, but was not sure of using cheese in it. Now i have a recipe.

    Thanks Aarthi.

    Hema's Adugemane

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  34. Yummy balls...

    I have an award for you. please collect it from my blog. :)

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  35. I am sure kids will love this. I love it too!

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  36. Slurrp,what can i say after seeing those amazing pics!!

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  37. Certainement un régal... Gros bisous à vous.

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  38. Kids will love this..looks awesome.

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  39. These are absolutely fabulous. Good job.

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  40. cheese is all melted up and deliciously gooey...this is definitely a keeper!

    Mireille
    http://gourmetglobal.blogspot.com

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  41. This is Grown ups favorite too along with kids.

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  42. Mmmm.., looks very delicious, I have made something like this.., with some veggies.., My kids love it too...

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  43. only to say
    BOOKMARKED IT TO MAKE IT SOON...

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  44. Please can you tell me half of the batch that I have frozen, can I cook these straight out of the freezer, or do I have to defrost them before I cook them???
    Regards & thanks for your reciepe Best wishes

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  45. I tried this since it looked very tempting..but I was so disappointed..when the balls started to brown and cheese melted the balls broke and everything came out. :(

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  46. @Aneesha VI think your potato mixture must be not firm enough or you must have fried the balls in oil before the oil was hot enough

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  47. Hi..tried this recipe today and it came out great! Was enjoyed by both kids and adults. Thanks:)

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  48. The only change I made was adding red chili powder and grated the cheese into the potato mixture.

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  49. Hi ...when I tried frying these they all jus collapsed and split....was a big disaster...Please help on this

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  50. @AnonymousIt must be because your potato mix is too wet.

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  51. Hiee..c u clearly tell hw to freez them for later stage .....

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  52. @Ambika BeriFirst freeze it individually till frozen, then put it in a container and use..You can wrap it in cling film and freeze

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  53. can i use ricotta cheese instead of mozerella cheese in dis balls???

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  54. It was aweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesome

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  55. It was aweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesome

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  56. I like your recipe very much and going to cook today thank you so much and really like to he stepwise pics .

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  57. What is mozzarella cheese? Is w different from ordinary cheese (paneer). Can we use paneer in its place

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  58. @Umme Aimanno cheese is diff from paneer..you can easily find it in big super market

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  59. Hi aarthi... your recipe luks mouthwatery...i have only fresh peas..so what modifications needs to be done?

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  60. Great recipe! I did everything said here but found it hard to make potato balls coz the potato kept sticking to my hand :( Did I do something wrong along the way?

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  61. Hi Aarthi...can i use Amul cheese instead of mozarella?

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