Thursday, July 24

Hara Paneer Tikka


'Hara Paneer Tikka', This recipe is simply wow.... Actually i was looking for simpler method for making panner Tikka's, as the recipe which i have is, i feel quite a lenghty one for me, with a lot of ingredients to make it anytime. So while searching i came across this, Hara Paneer Tikka, read the recipe, found it so simple, that it was irresistable for me. All the ingredients were with me, and as soon as i read the recipe i tried it. Don't know wheather this really is panner tikka or not, but the taste was yummy, and is a quick appetizer.

I did made is almost as hers recipe, with only minor difference. Only thing i used Amul frozen paneer, can have homemade one too ,may be it tasted better if it were some flavoured paneer as in the original recipe.

Ingredients:

Paneer 200 gm

Marinade:
Coriander approx. 3 cups
Mint 10 to 12 leaves
Thick hung yogurt (fresh)– 2 tbsp.
Green chilli – 2
Onion 1/2 small(optional)
Salt to taste

Method:

Grind all the ingredients of marinade to get a smooth chutney like mixture(without adding water).
Toss the paneer gently in the marinade so that each paneer piece gets coated well with the chutney and let it marinate for 3 to 4 hrs in the fridge.

Remove at the time of serving and heat it in microwave so that the paneer is just warm. Remove onto another dish as the chutney will melt a little causing liquid to ooze. Serve.

I'm sending this to Paneer a delicacy event.
And also to MBP : less is more event hosted by nupur.

14 comments:

Sangeeth said...

hey great recipe...y dont u send it to Paneer a delicacy event of vandana too....

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

oh neha, it looks delicious! u r my reference for paneer recipes now!! :-)

if u r interested, u can also send this to paneer: a delicacy eevnt at cooking up something nice!!

Uma said...

delicious tikkas Neha! Nice entry.

notyet100 said...

nice click

SpicyTasty said...

Wow! I am a great fan of paneer and i'll eat it in any form Your paneer is just delicious and inviting.

Trupti said...

hey neha tikka looks very delicious and very easy to make.

Cinnamon said...

That is a very quick appetizer... Love it!!

Mansi Desai said...

surely sounds interesting!:)

Cham said...

Very inviting ur green paneer! Delish!

Sunshinemom said...

Hey, Neha - Thanks for trying my recipe, and liking it too:) I used garlic flavoured paneer for a change! Yours looks yummy too!

Priti said...

Delicious...simple and quick recipe...looks gud

Neha said...

As suggested by Sangeeth n jz, i'm sending this to Paneer a delicacy, thanx to both of u..
@ uma, thanx.
@priyanka, thanx, its a must try it once recipe as its so simple n yummy.
@spicytasty, i'm just like u, love it in any form..:)
@trupti and cinnamon, yep it took only 5 minutes to make it..
@ mansi, it was created for ur event only, isin't...:)
@cham thanx..
@sunshinemom, thanx for ur recipe
@Priti, try n let me know, how it came out?

Trupti said...

hey Neha check my blog for a nice new award.

Rumela said...

The Hara Paneer Tikka dish looks Scrumptious. yammi...I am sure it will taste as good as the picture.It does look wonderful for kids of all ages.I know my family will like eating this...as long as he can use his fingers.thank you for your post.

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