Hello everyone. Do you love cheese? Here is a tasty recipe for all cheese lovers like me. Oats coated cheesetoes. Cheesetoes is a combination of, you guessed right, cheese and potatoes. Without wasting a single minute let us go for this super simple super fast recipe.
3 Big potatoes
Cheese slices or cubes
1 1/2 Tsp Garam masala
1 1/2 Tsp Chaat masala
Besan as required
Cornflour as required
Salt for taste
Oil for frying
Green chillies (optional)
Boil the potatoes. Peel and mash them in a vessel. Add garam masala and chaat masala. Put salt as required. Add cornflour and besan. I took besan for binding the batter. Knead nicely so as to remove lumps from it. Keep aside. Take cheese slice and slit it in three strips. Fold it to give a ball shape. You can use cheese cubes also instead of slice. In case of a cube, cut it in four parts.
Now take the potato batter and make balls. Use oil to grease your hand so that the batter does not stick. Take one ball and press it in the centre. Put the cheese part and cover it nicely. Roll into round or oval shape as desired.
Grind oats into flour. Keep oil on high flame. Take one ball, roll into the oats flour and keep aside. Repeat the same for remaining balls.
Now reduce the flame to medium and fry the balls till golden brown.
Enjoy these cheesetoes with tomato sauce or green chutney. These oats coated cheesetoes will make a way to your heart for sure. Eat when hot.
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3 thoughts on “Oats Coated Cheesetoes”
Hi, thanks for sharing this delicious recipe for cheese lovers. I can’t wait to try making these oats coated cheesetoes myself! Just a quick question, have you ever tried substituting the besan with any other flour for binding the batter? Looking forward to your response.
No I haven’t. Rice or wheat flour might harden the cheesetoes balls. So besan is a better option. More cornflour will tamper the taste so some binding agent is needed. Hence I opted for besan. Thanks for your response.
No I haven’t. Wheat or rice flour might harden the cheesetoes balls. More cornflour will tamper the taste. Hemce I felt besan is a better option. Thanks for your response.