Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Paneer Tikka

Paneer tikka is one of my favourite starter which i never forget to order whenever we go to Indian restaurant here, i can die for this delicious starter..Prefect for a party menu, i tried making this paneer tikka in oven just to skip the shallow frying in a tawa, making this paneer tikka through oven makes the life simple and easier, you make a bunch of this skewers in oven easily and quickly,just you need to marinate cubed paneer in a mixture of spices and yogurt, bake them for 15-20minutes in a preheated oven your paneer tikka is ready to enjoy..Quite an easy and delicious starter na..


30nos Cubed Paneer
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Tandoori masala powder
1/2tsp Pepper powder
3tbsp Thick yogurt
1/2tsp Crushed ajwain seeds
1/2tsp Chaat masala
Salt
Oil
Cubed capsicum (as per need)
Cubed onions (as per need)
Skewers

Take the thick yogurt, all the spice powders,salt,ajwain seeds and paneer pieces,mix everything well and keep aside for three hours..Soak the skewers in water to prevent burning while baking..

Preheat the oven to 400F, arrange the paneer cubes,capsicum and onions in skewers, brush them generously with oil and bake them for 15-20minutes..

Enjoy them hot with green chutney..

56 comments:

  1. Super tempting tikkas.The colour of paneers are so much appetizing that I am drooling over !

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  2. I too am a big fan of Paneer Tikka and I am drooling over your tikka pictures.

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  3. This is my favorite starter too Priya. Yours has come out Perfect and yummy :)

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  4. This is my favorite starter too Priya. Yours has come out Perfect and yummy :)

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  5. I love paneer tikkas and make this often to impress guests! :)

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  6. lovely and tempting clicks of paneer tikka..Delicious!

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  7. I love this soo much...ur pics is mouthwatering !!

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  8. mmm.mmm I cannot agree more with you on this starter.They look so perfect and I can bet on the taste.I sometimes add pineapple chunks too along with the peppers,it gives a sweet and tangy kick to this great starter.Thanks for sharing,Priya:)!

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  9. Mmmm I love tikka... and the color is amazing! Yum!

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  10. Mmmm I love tikka... and the color is amazing! Yum yum!

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  11. OMG i love panner and it is great way of having it

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  12. I so want to grab one skewer from the screen :) Lovely it looks!
    USMasala

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  13. Nice recipe dear..wanna try it sometime.

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  14. beautiful pics of Paneer tikka....very tempted to have some!

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  15. Yummy Paneer Tikka Dear,Luks colourfulcombo in the skewer.Yumm click as well.Thanks for sharing and dropping in.

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  16. My all time favorite dish. Looks delicious!

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  17. They are my fav too,delicious!!

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  18. Paneer tikka looks super yummy...Super tempting clicks..

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  19. The tikkas look great. I like the marinade

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  20. Those look colorful and delicious!

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  21. YUmmy.....wish I could have some right now.

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  22. paneer tikka looks so yummy and inviting.

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  23. Hi Priya u have nice blog & excellent recipes...
    Paneer tika came out very well...good starter...

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  24. Everyone will love this starter. Perfect click!

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  25. what a coincidence...i made paneer tikka masala and wud be postg next....btw...ur tikka looks perfect

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  26. wow delicious and tempting recipe,luks amazing...

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  27. I really want to know how do u know to cook a new recipe and post it every day . and you have been doing it for years now.. Keep it up

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  28. Yumm, paneer tikka is one of my favourite, too. And I like that it is oven-baked and not fried :-)

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  29. Hey Priya,

    This sure looks mouth watering. :)

    ~Varada
    http://VaradaSharma.com

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  30. Hey Priya,

    This sure looks yumm... :)

    ~Varada
    http://VaradaSharma.com

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  31. Im drooling looking at this irresistible tikka!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  32. That looks absolutely yum...paneer is a fav of mine

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  33. Yum... I love paneer... Looks really fantastic

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  34. mouthwatering paneer tikka. drooling here

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  35. looks yum! I am drooling here ;)

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  36. oh boy! wonderful dish! will try it one of these days..

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  37. awesome...wish i could steal a whole skewer ;-)

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  38. I'm ready for this any time...looks amazing!

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  39. wanted to try ths as soon as possible... yummyyyy

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  40. This is one of my all time favorites, very beautifully captured looks very tempting.

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  41. I can't stop looking at the screen, looks so tempting!

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  42. This is one of my favs too...Looks awesome and so delicious. Wish i could just pick those off screen and eat ..Very colorful indeed . :)

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  43. Delicious! Looks mouth watering... got to try this..

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  44. Tempting..Mouth watering Tikkas..I have a question Priya.

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  45. Your entry won a prize in health is wealth. collect your award :)

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  46. Awesome priya..looks great..thanks for sending this for the party!

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  47. Shouldn't the onions and the capsicum be salted or mixed with a dab of spice before grilling ? I have never tried this before and am worried that while the paneer is seasoned, the other veggies would end up being bland.

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