There is always a time when you need that push, make an effort to write a post or want to keep up with the vigor and post regularly. Here is how Blogging Marathon kick started. I had been eying on this for sometime now and finally I did make it to the group. 😀
Details for BM are recorded here. For this week, I shall be a part of the Sandwiches and Wraps. For me they are the most fulfilling quick fixes. I never shy away from trying a new style.
I made a spicy Paneer wrap for the day 1.
You shall need:
[Makes 2 wraps]
250 gms… Paneer [Cut in thin rectangles- about 8]
1/4 cup… Tomato Puree
1/2 tsp… Tobasco
1.. Small onion [Finely chopped]
Salt and pepper
1/4 tsp.. Jeera
1 tbsp… Oil
Chapati Dough enough to make 2 large-ish chapatis
2 tbsp.. Cheese spread
4… Lettuce leaves [Washed and pat dry]
1/2 cup… Cooked rice
1/2 tsp butter
- Make 2 large chapatis, cook on both sides without oil/ghee and keep aside.
- In a pan, heat oil. Add the jeera.
- Once it splutters, add the onion and saute until translucent.
- Add the tomato puree.
- Reduce the flame to medium and cover with a lid.
- Cook until the fat oil comes on top of the tomato.
- Add salt, tobasco and pepper to taste.
- Add the paneer pieces to the masala and let it cook for about 3-4 min.
- Let them be covered with masala evenly.
- Take them out.
- In the remaining masala, add the cooked rice and butter.
- Once it is nicely covered with masala, take it out and put aside.
- On the chapati, spread 1 tbsp of cheese spread evenly.
- Place the lettuce leaves,
- Add the rice in the center in a straight line.
- Place about 3-4 pieces of the paneer.
- Turn the sides on the chapati over lapping each other. Secure with a tooth pick.
- Place on a griddle for a few sec to make the wrap a little crisp on the outside.
- Serve warm
Shall put a better pic in the evening. 🙂
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