Thursday, April 22, 2010

Chilli Paneer - T&T From Sailu's Kitchen

Who will say to paneer dishes, not me...i always fond for our famous Indian cheese Paneer..I usually love making out paneer dishes in my own way but while going through Sailu's kitchen i got hooked to her easy and simple version of chilli paneer, eventhough i have tried already chilli paneer here..We enjoyed having this super delicious chilli paneer with rotis and we enjoyed having this droolworthy chilli paneer..


250grs Paneer (cut as cubes)
1no Onion (chopped)
4tbsp Spring onion greens
1tbsp Garlic (chopped)
1tbsp Ginger (chopped)
2tbsp Soya sayce
2tbsps Rice vinegar
1tbsp Cornflour
5tbsps Water
1/2tbsp Sugar
2nos Green capsicums(cubed)
2tbsp Tomato sauce
1tsp Red chilli paste (recipes follows)
Salt
Oil

For Marination:
1tbsp Corn flour
5tbsps Water
1/2tsp Ginger
1/2tsp Garlic
Salt
1/4tsp Pepper powder

Marinate the cubed paneer pieces with the ingredients give in the list for marination, and let them side for half an hour, heat oil in a flat pan, place the marinated paneer pieces one by one and shallow fry the marinated paneer pieces until slightly brown..Meawhile soak 3or 4 dry red chillies in hot water for 10minutes and grind as fine paste and saute the chilly paste in a tsp of oil for 2 minutes..

In an another vessel, pout the leftover fried oil or add enough oil, add the chopepd ginger and garlic and saute on high flame until they turns golden brown, add the chopped onions,saute for few minutes, finally add the cubed capsicums and stir fry on high flame, add the prepared chilli paste, tomato sauce, soya sauce, vinegar, sugar and cook for few minutes, finally ass the shallow fried paneer cubes to the veggies,saute for few minutes, meanwhile mix the corn flour with the water and add this cornflour mixture to the sauteed veggies and cook until the cornflour mixture turns thick..

Finally add the chopped green onions and serve immediately as side dish for rotis or as starter....

55 comments:

  1. Wow... Yummy recipe.. looks sooooo delicious... nice click!!

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  2. Chilli Paneer looks rich and very tempting dear :-)

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  3. wow my fav,looks just like the one which v get in restaurants..superb

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  4. With paneer I can have anything...this sounds interesting!

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  5. Even though i make chilli paneer, this one made me drool....yum yum....i make my manchurians this way:)...awesome pic:)

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  6. I have not tried paneer but this looks really delicious. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  7. I m drooling... i wish i was staying around ur place priya

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  8. Chilli paneer looks delectable and wonderful.

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  9. Sounds and looks so delicious and juicy Priya!

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  10. Umm..simple, easy and fabulous. I certainly won't say No to that bowl of goodness.

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  11. Looks awesome. I love paneer dishes too :)

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  12. Looks awesome. I love paneer dishes too :)

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  13. Looks awesome. I love paneer dishes too :)

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  14. Even I love anything which has paneer. The chilli paneer looks Yummy and delicious.

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  15. Beautiful and delcious, i love paner made like this.

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  16. I never knew T&T event exists.....:) The preparation looks great :)

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  17. Looks wonderful.I love paneer dishs too.Nice presentation.

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  18. Chili paneer looks great, count me in:)

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  19. Very much inviting recipe priya..love this chilli paneer...

    Love
    KS

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  20. மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கு...

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  21. One of my favorites.mouth watering the pic is

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  22. Wowie - a favorite without doubt. Absolutely tempting.

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  23. Ssssslurp! Aaha! Idhu yean miga periya favorite! I'll take some fried rice and finish this up! ^v^

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  24. wooow looks perfect n delicious dear..

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  25. WOW Looks so tempting Priya... can finish the whole bowl in no time :)

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  26. Very much inviting recipe priya..love this chilli paneer...

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  27. Chinese version of Chili paneer. Looks delicious

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  28. Chilli paneer looks very delicious.

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  29. Paneer in any form is welcome..and this looks too good

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  30. it goes very well with hot rotis and looks really yummy

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  31. Sounds so spicy and hot. Love the paneer in any dish!

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  32. Big fan paneer, the dish looks so inviting

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  33. Priya,

    chili paneer looks really good.

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  34. That looks awesome, great choice!

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  35. hi priya...i just love paneer too...i'm always looking for new ways to make paneer...thank u for this post...i'm gonna give this a try soon...:)

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  36. Priya, it looks delicious. I was so ready to make this as well from Sailu's Kitchen. You beat me to it :)

    Very beautifully presented.

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  37. wow..yummy recipes..with awesome click!

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  38. looks delicious n colorful
    best with chapati..

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  39. thats an interesting variation to the usual..will try it out..even i love paneer in any form

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  40. Nice pic.. and we love chili paneer at our local indo-chinese place...

    U just gave me an idea fr dinner :) not take out - i'll make it

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  41. Priya, its really droolworthy..
    even i love Paneer.. thanks for sharing!

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  42. Chilly Paneer Looks great..Sounds easier than my version...

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  43. Chili paneer looks so tasty Priya...lovely picture too :)

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  44. wow yummy chilli panner priya...loved the way u shallow fried them insted of deep fry...very tempting one

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  45. Lovely picture Priya! Looks very tempting!

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  46. chilli paneer looks so appetizing! love to have it with some fried rice...!

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  47. this is a nice post i like this a lot. you are too good man.

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