Spinach Cheese Bites

Today is World Earth Day and thought of preparing something special for my daughter. While we all have limited grocery stock, all I could prepare for her is spinach cheese roll. A very handy and go-to recipe which is loved by all and also by those who do not really relish spinach. This can be a quick bite snack recipe for your high teas or dinner parties. So let’s get rolling…!


  • Baby Spinach: – 2 cup
  • Boiled Potato (grated):- 2 cups
  • Cheese cubes: – 1 pkt.
  • Poha or Flattened-rice:- ½ cup (soaked for 30 minutes and then drained)
  • Bread crumbs:- 1 cup
  • Salt:- To Taste
  • Black Pepper Powder:- To taste
  • Oil:- For frying


  • Take the baby spinach and chop them finely. You can both boil or chop it as per your liking but I here have chopped the spinach finely.
  • To this add grated boiled potatoes, soaked flattened rice and bread crumbs. Add salt and pepper as per your taste and mix the ingredients well.
  • Take small portion of the mixture in your hand and flatten it. Add a small cube of cheese in the middle and wrap it up in the spinach mixture to form a ball. Make sure there are no cracks from where the cheese could pop out while frying.
  • Deep fry the spinach bites till the crust turns golden and crispy.
  • Serve hot with mint chutney or schezwan chutney whatever your family prefers. I served both ways.


  1. This sounds like a fun recipe… both for making and for relishing! It also fits best for “thodi si bhuk chatapata khane ki”
    Thanks for sharing


  2. I have had cheeseballs in different forms but never with spinach and poha. Definitely going to try out this one.


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