Chicken Cheese Balls

I love rains. Of course, everyone loves them. The smell of it is enough to refresh me. I can stand and watch rains for hours together. It’s been raining here for the past few days on and off and I am just in love with this weather. This scene is quite rare here where the majority of the time it’s hot, damn hot. So anyone living in this part of the world would cherish the rains as much as I do.

Whats more special about this weather is the chance to indulge in spicy fried snacks on a lazy evening like this. It feels lovely. But as I said the evening seems lazy and so do we, so if the snacks are easy peasy and cheesy ( wow, that was rhyming) that would be better.

I made these chicken cheese balls yesterday and my goodness, they made the rains amazingly special. Its quick to make, and the cheese melts in the mouth. Yummy! What else do you need on a rainy evening, wrapped in a cozy blanket with a bowl of yummy chicken cheese balls.


500g Boneless chicken

2 green chilies

1 medium onion

1/2 tsp red chili powder ( for extra spicy)

2 cups bread crumbs

1 packet cubed mozerella cheese

Salt to taste

Oil for frying



Grind the chicken, onions and green chilies in a blender.

Add the red chili powder, salt and half of the bread crumbs.

Take a small portion of the chicken mixture and flatten it on your palm. Keep a small cube of cheese in the center and close it from the edges forming a ball.

Roll it in bread crumbs and fry in hot oil till it becomes golden brown in color.

Enjoy it hot with tomato ketchup and mayonnaise.

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