It’s so hot…I literally want to run out of the kitchen each time I step in it🙄…and trust me, I do that. Who’s to stop me😝😝😝😝😜😛
The only thing I want to spend time doing in the kitchen is making glasses after glasses of Aam Panna! It’s the one thing that I enjoy these days. I have just made the 3rd batch of it’s concentrate and the summers are just starting….😱😱😣 I honestly don’t know how many more times I will be making it! But the best part is that my hubby isn’t that fond of it so it’s basically just for me!!! He’s a Roohafza lover 😑😑😶
But, for weekends I usually like making something that works well as a brunch. Why rush to have two meals on a lazy day when you can enjoy one delicious meal?! Obviously, since it’s the summers, I tend to keep it simple and quick. Bread Pizza works really well for an indulgent brunch too!
However, these Cheesy Corn & Paneer Toasties are even quicker, yummier and uses all those tiny bits of leftovers from your refrigerator! You can literally change the ingredients each time you make these and they will be so goooooooood! Beside, this baby hits the table in less than 30 mins…flat! My kinda cooking…or you can say baking😉
Let’s get going…
Yield: serves 2
Equipment: measuring cups/ spoons, baking tray, cooling rack, mixing bowl, parchment paper.
6-7 nos. slices of bread or Pav
1/2 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese)
1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese + extra for the topping
1/4 cup sweet corn kernels
salt to taste
1 tsp mixed Italian herbs
1 tsp green chilli sauce
1 tsp red chillie flakes
Preheat the oven @180’c. Line a baking tray with parchment paper or aluminium sheet. Set that aside.
In a mixing bowl, add everything except that bread/ Pav & mix them well.
Top the bread/ Pav with this mixture and add more cheese on the top. Place them in the prepared baking tray & bake for approximately 15-17 mins at 180’c or until the cheese melts & the bread/ Pav turns crisp.
Once done, remove from the oven and cool on the cooling rack for 5 mins. Serve them with ketchup 😋
This is irresistible…I for one, will be making these more often! Do try them out…I am sure they will go really well with some cocktails too.