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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Pan Fry Paneer Tikka




                                                                         
As the name suggests this famous mouthwatering starter is fried in pan. As compared to my earlier post Paneer Tikka in OTG this you can make even if you do not have an OTG. Takes little time to prepare and a sure hit if served in evening parties.


Ingredients:
For the Marinade:
250 gm Paneer (cottage cheese)
2 tbsp Hung Curd
2 tbsp Besan
5-6 Garlic cloves
1" Ginger
1/4 Garam masala podwer
1 tsp Red chilli powder
1/4 tsp Black pepper powder
3 Green chillies
1 tsp Salt
6-7 Orange color drops (this gives restaurant type look)


For garnishing:
Lemon
Chat masala


Method:
Cut the paneer into thick long cubes. Make a paste of ginger, garlic and green chilli. Mix together the hung curd, ginger-gralic paste and all the ingredients of marinade. Mix them gently so that the paneer is well coated with the marinated masala. Keep this in fridge for an hour.
Take a deep frying pan, heat oil and fry 3-4 pieces of paneer at a time till they are golden brown on both sides. Place these on a paper towel. Sprinkle chat masala and lemon drops on paneer tikka. Put on toothpicks and serve hot with onion / capsicum rings or with green chutney.

                                                                            
                                                                                 

32 comments:

  1. U tempting me to make this dear...

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  2. Wowo those pieces of paneer looks so so good.

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  3. Tempting tikkas,superb presentation

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  4. These paneer tikka looks delicious and great party appetizer

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  5. Tempting..wish to grab few from the screen :)

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  6. Wat a wonderful looking pan fried paneer tikka,soo tempting;.

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  7. Tempting and delicious paneer tikkis...

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  8. wow tempting and feel like eating off the pic :) I would like to share an award with you @ http://www.fresherscookbook.com/2011/02/tomato-chutney-long-shelf-life-award.html

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  9. yummy!!!would love to have one of these.. daruun presentation Deepa..

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  10. Wow, these look so delicious. Slurp.

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  11. looks so nice ...yummy and pics are v nice as well:)

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  12. Wow Deepa! This looks delicious.Very tempting pictures :)

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  13. Looks tempting and delicious! Perfectly done...

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  14. That picture just makes me drool. Good one.

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  15. Looks fantastic. Would love to grab that off the screen.

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  16. great appetizer for parties and lovely presentation too Deepa...would love to try this sometime soonish! Thanks for sharing and you hv a wonderful weekend ahead...tk care!

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  17. These look so appetizing,and I especially love the way you served it with capsicum rings,the color contrast along with the crunch from the capsicum adds a whole new dimension to the tikkas.

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  18. perfect for parties.... yumm!

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  19. Wow Deepa! This looks delicious.Very tempting pictures :)

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  20. Thatz one perfect fingerfood...
    Love the way u presented ..pinned up with capsicums..:-)

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  21. Hi Deepa dear...hru doing?

    Paneer tikka looks delicious dear! Drools ;)

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  22. Wow, these look perfect!! Love the pictures.

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  23. very tempting paneer tikkas Deepa..very beautifully presented too :)

    US Masala

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  24. moutwatering...great presentation.
    thanks for dropping by,do visit again.

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