Kids Recipes, Paneer, Snacks



Finger foods or party snacks are an all time favorite of all. I love making these kinds of snacks to kids which are healthy and can be please any crowd. Dip Foods sent me this packet of crunchy healthy baked canapes which unlike other canapes need not be fried in oil. I made a  total healthy version with incredibly tasty and finger licking paneer filling with schezwan sauce. The canapes vanished in no time as I served these beauties after daughter dear came home from college today. This was a total innovative recipe which came as a brain strom to me as I was wondering what to do with these canapes. I have a few left over canapes and will make some other stuffing for us to enjoy. The stuffing which can be made are up to your imagination and you can play with it here as per the liking of your family.


These canapes were simply out of the world and was so crispy and tasty that one can eat it as such. It reminded me of the taste of ice cream cone. These canapes have less oil and can be had guilt free. The aim of DipFoods is to provide an alternative to health conscious people a tasty snack option. It was launched in the year 1997 and has been handling the products with utmost care. They also have baked pani puri,taco shells and baked pita to name a few. The advantage here is with these products so many healthy and innovative recipes can be created as magic. The filling with paneer is made with schezwan sauce which no kid can resist. Alternatively you can make it with white sauce,tomato sauce and change the recipe altogether with a new twist. Try out this for any party and let me know.

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Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 10 min
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 10 min
  1. Cut paneer in cubes.
  2. Place it in a blender.
  3. Run the mixer to crumble the paneer.
  4. Ina pan add oil followed by chopped ginger and garlic.
  5. Add chopped capsicum and onion,
  6. Fry till soft and tender.
  7. Add soya sauce.
  8. Add schezwan sauce.
  9. Add green chilli sauce.
  10. Add crumbled paneer and salt.
  11. Add tomato sauce.
  12. Mix well and allow it to cool.
  13. Arrange canapes on a plate.
  14. Add spoonful of stuffing to the canapes.
  15. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

You can add tomato ketchup in place of tomato sauce.

You can add any colored capsicum.

Add a bit of sugar to enhance the taste.


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