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INGREDIENTS(Serves 1 to 2 people)
Total Preparation Time - 15 minutes
- Paneer - 75 grams
- Big onion - 1
- Tomato - 1
- Coriander leaves - Few
- Red chilli sauce - 2 spoons
- Soya sauce - 2 spoons
- Corn flour - 1/2 spoon
- Red chilli powder - 1/4 spoon
- Pepper - 1/4 spoon
- Sugar - 1/4 spoon
- Salt - As per taste
- Butter - 1 spoon
- Chop paneer into small cubes and set aside. (If you get the store bought ones soak them in water for a few minutes and then chop them to make them more softer, I used homemade it was already soft enough, so I did not soak them)
- Place a pan on flame and add butter to it. After it melts add chopped onions and saute until it gets cooked well and turns translucent.
- Then add tomatoes and saute well until it becomes pulpy.
- Then sprinkle some water, add salt and cook for another 2 minutes.
- Add soya sauce, red chilli sauce, red chilli powder, sugar and stir well.
- Now pour some 50 ml of water and stir.
- To a spoon of corn flour add little water and mix well without any lumps add this to the pan and mix well. Then add some chopped coriander leaves and stir well.
- When the mixture thickens well add the paneer cubes and mix well.
- Add pepper powder and cook for another 3 minutes on low flame and then remove from flame.
TIP 1: This is just a simple version, you can add diced capsicum (capsicum chopped into big squares), also some chopped green chillies, or red chilli flakes to make it spicier.
TIP 2: Do not add corn flour directly it will form lumps and ruin the recipe. You can replace paneer with fried chicken cubes also.
Simple. Less spicy and Yummy chilli paneer is now ready!! Serve along with Pulao, Chapati, Poori etc!!
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WWII what a yummy chilli paneer without garlic n ginger...ReplyDelete
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wow lovely one Divy... I never tried spicy paneer... have to try soon...ReplyDelete
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looks like chinese type na?like noodles,manchurian...ReplyDelete
love any indo chinese preparation n this tooReplyDelete
What a lovely recipe, we have one couple friend who are jains and this is such a good treat for them :)ReplyDelete
Never tried paneer this way,looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
Hey really your presentation is very good dear!!ReplyDelete
Tempting recipe nice presantationReplyDelete
Drooling here....Sounds very delicious and feel like tasting this wit Fried Rice..ReplyDelete
looking great divya.................................ReplyDelete
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anyways this looks yummy and delicious divs
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Lovely paneer dish...ReplyDelete
I love paneer n this looks so awesome!!! :-):-)ReplyDelete
Wowwww that looks so delicious and mouthwatering. Too good. Fantastic paneer recipe.ReplyDelete
Loved your simple version of chili panner.so easy to cook and looks delicious!!ReplyDelete
wow very tempting recipe,luks gr8!ReplyDelete
simple yet awesome..ReplyDelete
looks tempting to me..ReplyDelete
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Wonderful looking chilly paneer, highly inviting.ReplyDelete
Very flavourful and comforting!ReplyDelete
Simply love it. Surely make for kids. Qhuestion, can I use corn starch?ReplyDelete
Yes dear you can its the same so you can use it...btw you can also use maida i.e. all purpose flour. This is just to thicken the gravy..So use any of the flour maida or corn flour :)Delete
That looks very delicious. A Indo-Chinese dish I should think. Love it.ReplyDelete
Paneer this way looks very yummy and tempting...ReplyDelete
A mind blowing chilli paneer dear. Love it all times with pulao......fingerlicking good.ReplyDelete
yummy. irresistible :)ReplyDelete
wow paneer.....nice way to cook it!!ReplyDelete
looks awesome! no garlic / ginger! great!ReplyDelete
first time here ...glad to follow you ..very yummy and temptingReplyDelete
Looks good,though not suitable for Jain as contains onionsReplyDelete