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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.

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