Saturday, February 6, 2016

Fried Cheese Mini Buns - Valentine's Day Appetizer


Today's recipe is a delicious finger food mini fried mini bites which you can enjoy anytime with friends and family. As Valentine's day is knocking right at the corner some thing delicious and heart touching is the call for the moment here. This fun filled appetizer presented with a twist can well match up the mood and be a most cherished Valentine's day appetizer.
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Fried Cheese Mini Buns

Ingredients
  • 6 mini cheese stuffed buns
  • 1 egg
  • 1tsp onion juice
  • 1tsp ginger n garlic juice
  • 6 heart shaped beetroot sliced blanched in vegetable broth
  • 3 to 4 tbsp crumb
  • 1 tsp salt n pepper
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
Cooking Directions
  1. Whisk egg with onion, garlic, ginger juice, salt and pepper. Dip the buns in egg mixture and then coat with crumbs. Fry till golden. If you want to use less oil use air-fries to fry them. It will be crispy outside and gooey within. Take them out. Place the blanched beetroot slice on them. Fix them with small wooden skewers and then enjoy the crispy fried cheesey buns with your favorite dip or sauce. Enjoy this mini delights as your V-day special appetizer.

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