High Protein Spinach & Soy Bites Recipe
Craving for some delicious crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside , yet healthy snack. High Protein Spinach & Soy Bites made by few simple ingredients are prefect evening snack or party snacks to satisfy your cravings.
Spinach & Soy Bites are a high protein packed snack which is perfect for the evening snack for the entire family. Spinach, soya, paneer and almond meal make it wholesome and tasty. Being baked rather than fried makes them even more healthier. Spinach & Soy Bites can be packed for the school snack box as well.
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How to make High Protein Spinach & Soy Bites Recipe
To begin making High Protein Spinach & Soy Bites first dry roast the soya flakes in a skillet over medium heat for three minutes. Once roasted cool and grind to a coarse powder in mixer. Transfer to a bowl.
In a large mixing bowl combine all the ingredients, ground soya flakes, almond meal, bread crumbs, paneer, red chilli flakes, salt and pepper, together and bind together to form a dough like mixture. Divide the mixture into equal portions and shape each portion into small size balls.
Check the salt and adjust to suit your taste.
While you are shaping the spinach balls preheat the oven at 200'C. Grease a baking sheet with little oil. Bake Spinach Bites in a pre heated oven for about 20 minutes or till outer layer turns crisp and brown.
Alternatively Spinach Bites can be cooked in the Paniyaram Pan. Click to see how we cook vadas in Paniyaram Pan without deep frying them.
Once cooked transfer Spinach & Soy bites to a serving platter.
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