Sunday, November 14, 2021

Posted by Mala at 9:00:00 PM No comments

 Bored of eating Paneer Tikkas?

Here's a way to eat the Paneer tikkas,  but with a twist!

Healthy, not fried, no unnecessary oil, and baked....

Bread, brown or white as per your choice - 8 slices
Cubed paneer slices - 11/2 cups (home made paneer)
Hung curd - 1 cup
Kitchen King Masala - 11/2 tsps
Kasoori methi - 2 tsps
Tomato - 1, grated
Chopped mint leaves - a handful
Chopped cilantro/coriander - a handful
Red bell pepper - 1/2, chopped
Green bell pepper - 1/2, chopped
Green chutney - as required (with onion - refer here; without onion refer here)
Red chilli flakes
Grated cheese, as required
salt to taste

Recipe cuisine: Indian; Category: Breakfast/lunch/dinner
Prep time: 30 mts; Baking time: 5-10 mts

Yields 8 toasts

 In a bowl, take the hung curd, add kitchen king masala and kasoori methi

Now the grated tomato

Now the chopped mint and cilantro leaves

Mix well

add the paneer cubes

The colored bell peppers

Mix well, let the paneer and bell peppers marinate for minimum 30 minutes. You can leave it inside the fridge also, to prevent hung curd from turning sour. Then 20 minutes before making, take it out

Line the baking tray with aluminum foil, spray some Olive oil, arrange 4 bread slices and spread green chutney on top

Spread the paneer mixture on top

Sprinkle some red chilli flakes

Top with some grated cheese

Pre heat the Oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes, then slide the baking tray into it, and bake till the cheese melts

Done to perfection!!

Serve with any soup. Seen here is Sweet potato soup.

Since green chutney is there, I just added Kitchen king masala. Any spice powder is optional. But this itself, trust me, had superb taste.
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