Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Paneer Manchurian

This week is our last week of blogging marathon for this month, i choosed dry sautes after cooking up different dishes with many interesting theme for the past last three weeks, so this week's blogging marathon is going to be interesting dry sautes.Check out the other marathoners running this month's blogging marathon here.

While going through my recipe index few days back, i noticed that i havent posted yet our family favourite Indo chinese dish manchurian with paneer.This manchurian tastes absolutely delicious,yummy and a tasty side dish to enjoy thoroughly with a bowl of fried rice.If you are bored of usual stir fries or gravies prepared with paneer, this yummy manchurian will definitely satisfy your tastebuds.Sending to Celebrate-Olympic Games guest hosted by me and to Dish It Out-Paneer/Tofu & Bellpepper guest hosted by Usha,event by Vardhini.


15-20nos Paneer (cubed)
1/4cup All purpose flour
1/4Cornflour
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
1tsp Green chili paste
Salt

For manchurian:
1no Onion(diced)
2nos Capsicum (cut into small square pieces)
4nos Garlic cloves(chopped)
2tbsp Soya sauce
2tbsp Tomato ketchup
1tsp Rice Vinegar
1tbsp Cornflour dissolved in water
Salt to taste (if needed)
Oil for deepfrying the paneer
Oil for sauting


In a large bowl, combine all purpose flour, cornflour, salt, garlic-ginger paste and the green chili paste.Mix well with water to get a thick batter.

Heat oil in a pan.Dip the cubed paneer in the batter,drop gently to the hot oil and  fry in oil. Drain the excess of oil and keep aside.

In a flat pan, add some oil and when it smokes add the chopped onions and capsicum and saute for few seconds.Now add the chopped garlic,salt and fry for a minute.

Add the soy sauce and vinegar,stir for a minute. Reduce the heat and then add the cornflour-water.

The mixture will start to thicken, keep on stirring on low heat and when the mixture turns semi thick add the tomato ketchup and then add fried paneers. Stir continuously for a couple of minute when it becomes soft, take it out from fire.

Garnish with chopped spring onions if needed.

Serve hot with noodle or fried rice or as appetizier..

45 comments:

  1. looks so colorful and delicious...

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  2. Tempting recipes Priya. I think I should be near your house tasting different recipes.

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  3. Delicious Paneer manchuiran Priya.

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  4. This looks wonderful Priya.its 6.45 a.m....and I have already started feeling hungry..my my..drooling ....

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  5. Only yesterday I was thinking abt this and here it is gorgeously made

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  6. Way too tempting Priya! I can't do anything but drool! :)

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  7. What does "nos" mean in the recipe ingredients? (i.e., "15-20 nos Paneer cubed")

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  8. looks very colorful and tasty.

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  9. i am not a big manchurian fan, but this recipe is so different...wud love to try

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  10. Asusual splendid dish Priya !!!
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  11. Looks so colorful and tempting Priya.Feel to grab them.

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  12. Looks yummy, love manchurian this will be a double dhamaka for my paneer loving daughter :-)

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  13. so bright and colorful, this looks delicious

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  14. Absolutely tempting & yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  15. wow that's delicious recipe,very tempting clicks...

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  16. My all time favorite priya!..looks so good and inviting!

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  17. Perrieb, its means numbers of..Hope u got it.

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  18. Very tempting and juicy paneer manchurian. nicely done

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  19. very tempting and mouthwatering manchurian..
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  20. sounds very healthy & interesting recipe
    Tasty Appetite

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  21. Wow...mouthwatering recipe...love paneer...this looks yummy and tempting.

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  22. Looks so tempting..yummy..

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  23. Very different dry curry and looks so inviting..

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  24. Mouthwatering n so tempting...Love this...

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  25. absolutely mouth watering.. i love these crunchy stuff..

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  26. Paneer manjurian sounds delicious ! paneer with my fav cuisine ..mhmm yummy !!

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  27. Wish I could dig in right now,fabulous.

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  28. Paneer Manchurian looks so tempting...its been long time i had such dry Indo-Chinese saute...craving for it now :)

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  29. Wish that I could grab that plate and dig right away Priya...so tempting and tasty

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  30. Yum.. I love any version of manchurians.Its my all time fav!

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  31. Tasty curry, very tempting..

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  32. Paneer Manchurian looks fantastic!

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  33. Love manchuria and thanks for sending it to dish it out event

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