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    Preparation Time
    35 Mins
    Difficulty
    Medium
    Spice Level  

Spicy Tawa Paneer Tikka Rollby Julia Carmen Desa

Rs. 400 Serves 2
2 (Servings)

Paneer tikka dish originating in South Asia where it remains popular in India and Pakistan. It is traditionally small pieces of paneer baked using skewers in a clay oven called a tandoor after marinating in spices and yogurt- essentially a vegetarian take on our tandoori chicken tikka. The word tikka means "bits" or "pieces". It is also a dish served in Punjabi cuisine.

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Rs. 400Serves 2

2 (Servings)

NUTRITIONAmount Per Serving

    • Calories630

YOU WILL NEED

    Non Stick Wok
    Salt & Pepper
    Blender

INGREDIENTSPortion for 2

    FlavourBox A
    FlavourBox B
    FalvourBox C
    200g paneer
    4 rumali rotis
    1/2 cup yogurt
    1/2 cup onion
    1 lemon
    2 tbsp coriander leaves
    2 tbsp vegetable oil

    Julia Carmen Desa

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    DIRECTIONS

       
      1

      Marinate the paneer in FlavourBox A Empty the paneer pieces into a bowl and add FlavourBox A along with 1/2 tsp salt (not provided). Use your hands to mix well and keep aside for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, hang the yogurt in a sieve for 10 minutes (it will release water and become thick).

       
      2

      Marinate the paneer with more flavors In a bowl, mix together yogurt along with FlavourBox B and FlavourBox C. Add the paneer to this new mixture and toss well. Marinate for another 15 minutes (If you want to marinate longer, you can).

       
      3

      Fry the marinated paneer Heat oil in a non-stick wok for 2 minutes on high flame; add half the paneer into the wok leaving out the excess marinade. Fry for 4 minutes turning once after every minute. Take out on a plate and repeat the same process for the next batch.

       
      4

      Dry off the marinade and serve Take all the paneer out of the wok; add the leftover marinade to the oil and dry it off on high flame for 2-3 minutes. Mix the cooked paneer in the marinade and coriander leaves. Warm the rumali roti, layer the paneer along with onion slices and a good squeeze of lemon. Roll and enjoy.

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