Thursday, March 17, 2011

Hariyali paneer tikka






















Since the day I got my OTG, I was longing to try out some veg grilled item and finally I end up making some delicious paneer tikkas. It named as Hariyali Paneer Tikka because of its greenish color which makes it different from other type of tikkas.This one of tempting appetizer for my veggie friends.


Ingredients:

Paneer (cottage cheese)    200gms (cut into medium size cube)
Mint leaves                       1 bunch
coriander leaves                1 bunch
green chillies                      2
Garlic cloves                     2
Ginger garlic paste               1 tsp
yogurt                              2 tbsp
Gram flour                        1 tbsp
Chaat masala 1 tsp
Garam masala 1tsp
Lemon juice                        1tsp
Salt to taste

Method:




  1. Grind coriander leaves, mint leaves, green chillies and garlic together to get a paste.
  2. In a bowl add the green paste, yogurt, ginger garlic paste, gram flour, chaat masala, garam masla, lemon juice and salt and mix well.
  3. Add oil (I have used mustard oil here) and now add paneer (cottage cheese) cubes and mix throughly so the the paneer cubes are well coated withe the masala mixture. Keep aside to marinate for an hour.
  4. Preheat the oven at 200°C. Now thread the marinated paneer cubes 1 inch gap into skewers and  place it on the grill rack of the OTG and grill for about 15 minutes with turning it at regular interval till they get cooked evenly on all sides.
  5. Serve hot as a starter with green green chutney (remaining green paste by adding salt).

21 comments:

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Hi sunanda...long time...Very nice paneer tikkas...yummy..

FunWidFud

Eat Hearty said...

Paneer Tikka looks awesome!! You have a very good collection of recipes!!

Ankita
http://eat-hearty.blogspot.com/

Torviewtoronto said...

flavourful delicious paneer

divya said...

Looks so gorgeous and inviting...

Ila said...

yummy and looks colourful :)

Smitha said...

tikka looks very yummy!...love grilled paneer anytime!
Smitha
Smitha's Spicy Flavors

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Haryali tikka looks splendid !! Ami ekhono tomar Otg theke kihui khabar soubhagaya payee ni :-( For best results to prepare tikkas in OTG use only hung curd. Next time kore janio kono difference pele ki na

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Reshmi said...

delicious tikka..

Sunanda said...

Thnx a lot friends for your inspiring comments...
@ Deepa, oita try korte hole to barite aaste hobe sona..actually I hang the curd in a cloth to drain off the excess water otherwise there is a chance of dripping of water from tikkas..

Prathibha said...

Paneer tikka looks really yummm...love this

Shanthi said...

Delicious and looks lovely.

sowmya's creative saga said...

i love the idea of mint in tikka..looks super delicious..

Jay said...

Omg...makes me drool..feel like grabbing..
Tasty appetite

Divya.M said...

wow.....lovely paneer tikka...looks awesome...

Eat Hearty said...

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Madhu said...

Looks awesome Sunanda. Its raining here...wish I could get some of your tikka.

Rani acharyulu said...

Grilled Paneer tikka that too mint flavor,so nice.Picture looks Yummy.I am first time here,you have lovely collection of recipes in you blog.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

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delicious recipe...

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Only Fish Recipes said...

Hi Sunanda...panner looks really delicious...there's an award galore waiting for you in my space...pl accept it !

Anu Santanu said...

Yummy paneer tikkas.. Love the color..
Bhalo Khabo

kitchen queen said...

yummy and mouth watering tikka.

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