I try to keep a box of green chutney in the fridge. Please note that the key word here is TRY. Not that it happens all the time. Sheelu from cookcookandcook makes kick ass chutney and I had a box full in the fridge thanks to her.
Paneer Tikka is a famous Snack from Notherns India. On the days when I am low carbing, this comes to rescue. I dont go through the pain of grilling them in the oven, I do it on the shallow pan and it gives me great results.
This post is a part of Blogging Marathon. For the first week of BM#32 [2nd - 7th Sep], I am going Regional.
You shall need:
200 gms… Panner [Diced]
5-6 tbsp…Green chutney
3-4 tbsp… Thick curd
Salt and red chilly powder
1 … capsicum [diced]
1.. onion [diced]
3-4 tbsp…. tomato puree
Kasoori methi- optional
Few tbsp oil
- In a bowl, mix curd, chutney, salt and red chilly.
- Add paneer to it and let it marinate for 20-30 min.
- In a non stick pan, put a few drops of oil and then add the paneer pieces, one by one.
- Let them cook and brown well on one side, flip them
- Once they cook on all sides equally, take them out in a plate and keep aside.
- In the same pan, add a few drops of oil and pour the puree and remaining marinade from the bowl.
- Cook the onions and capsicum in it slightly and add the paneer.
- Toss them around and serve warm.