Friday, April 4, 2014

Paneer Tikka Kathi Rolls

April sounds bit hectic for me, i have few list of stuffs to do and still am lagging coz of lack of time, sometimes am running like headless chicken. Seriously i want a whole month of rest, i know its not going to happen never ever in my life. But its ok am happy with this busy days. Coming to today's post, this Paneer tikka Kathi rolls goes for this month South vs North Challenge an event owned by Divya Pramil, which is landing towards this incredible Kolkatta famous street food. The theme of this event is to exchange an Indian recipe between two teams. One team is Southern team (food bloggers born and brought in South India) and the another one team is Northern team (food bloggers born and brought in North India).Every first of a month, a blogger from each team will challenge a recipe from their origin and the opposite team have to cook the recipe challenged by the other team.

For this month's challenge, Minnie of The Lady 8 Home challenged the Southern team with Paneer tikka kathi rolls, while we the Southern team challenge them with a Kerala platter prepared by Lakshmi Vimala, hope the Northern team will definitely enjoy making this delicious Kerala breakfast dishes. Kathi rolls are wonderful street foods, which can be carried easily and can enjoy them without any mess. They are seriously very filling and am sure if you have them for breakfast you will definitely skip your lunch. Kathi rolls are prepared traditionally with kathi kababs which goes for chicken or mutton chunks but nowadays we can make kathi rolls with varieties of stuffing in it.I enjoyed thoroughly this paneer tikka stuffed kathi rolls for my lunch, trust me its soo filling, even am thinking to skip my evening snacks.Thanks Minnie for this beautiful challenge.


For Kuchumber:
1/2no Carrot (sliced lengthwise)
1cup Cucumber (sliced thinly)
1no Tomato (sliced lengthwise)
1/4cup Onion (sliced finely)
Few coriander leaves
2tbsp Lemon juice
Salt
Sugar

Mix all the vegetables together in a bowl, drizzle the juice,sprinkle salt and sugar, mix well.

Add in the coriander leaves, mix and keep in fridge.

For Rotis:
2cups Wheat flour
1tsp Oil
Water
Salt
Chopped coriander leaves for stuffing

Knead the flour, oil,water and salt together as stiff dough, cover it with damp cloth and keep aside.

After half an hour, make medium sized balls from the dough, roll it as small disc, drop in few chopped coriander leaves.

Bring the edges together,seal it and dust the dough ball generously.

Roll it as thin rotis.

Heat the tawa,drop the rolled rotis in the tawa, drizzle oil.

Cook on both side until they gets well cooked.

Keep aside.


For Paneer Tikka:
2cups Paneer (cubed)
1cup Green bellpepper (cubed)
1no Onion (diced)
1no Tomato (cubed)
1tsp Kasoori methi /dry fenugreek leaves
Oil

For Marination;
1tsp Gram flour
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Chaat masala
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Coriander powder
1/2tsp Pepper powder
1/2cup Yogurt (beaten)

Roast & grind:
1tbsp Coriander seeds
1tsp Cumin seeds
2nos Green cardamoms
2nos Cloves
1no Dry red chilly
1inch Cinnamon stick

Dry roast the spices and grind as bit coarse powder,keep aside.

Take the paneer cubes in a bowl, add all the ingredients given under marination, mix well until the paneer cubes gets well coated.

Dont disturb for half an hour.

Heat oil in a pan, add the grounded powder, fry for few seconds, add the cubed bellpepper, saute for a minute.

Add the marinated paneer and cook until nicely coated with spices, let them cook for few minutes, stir gently to avoid sticking to the pan.

Add the kasoori methi, diced onions,tomatoes, cook until the tomatoes turns mush and onions turns transcluent.

Put off the stove.

Assembling the Kathi Rolls:

Place a roti, fill it with enough kuchumber.

Drop in a tablespoon of paneer tikka.

Roll the roti tightly and wrap it with a foil or butter paper.

Cut into half or serve whole.

Notes:
You can make the kuchumber, marinated paneer and roti a day before.

Just cook both roti and paneer the next day before preparing the rolls.

Place the kuchumber in the roti and roll it.

You can carry kuchumber, paneer tikka and rotis in your lunch box and prepare your kathi rolls for lunch by yourself.

29 comments:

  1. Ah!!! I am so disappointed... you are late by 1 DAY!!! hehehehe!!! I expected you would have done this yesterday!! :) :)

    Kathi rolls look awesome...

    As usual you are the first and you have done it soooo good!!

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  2. Delicious wrap and am yet to make this.busy on travelling.delicious click too akka

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  3. Filling and colorful kathi rolls ,makes easy to serve and munch

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  4. looks so fantastic ...love it .waiting to try it

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  5. Nice roll dear. Feeling hungry now..

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  6. I will definitely try this. Looks so delicious.

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  7. perfect for kids lunch box..Thanx for sharing,priya!!

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  8. Superb rolls. Stuffing looks so delicious, yes it is very filling always.

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  9. wow amazing rolls aks :) simply superb making me hungry now

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  10. Priya, I want to give you a big hug. You are awesome girl. Kudos to you! Kathi roll looks too good!

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  11. Beautiful luking Kathi rolls ,feeling hungry n def vl try this fr my dinner:)

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  12. very tempting rolls.my mouth is watering

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  13. Mouthwatering rolls ! Great choice for a filling and delicious lunch.

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  14. kathi rolls look very filling and tempting..easy lunch box item too!

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  15. Wow Priya, your rolls look mouthwatering, perfectly made. So yummm!!!

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  16. I am yet to finish this challenge Priya but your kathi rolls drag me right away to my kitchen..I m drooling...

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  17. Mouthwatering psneet tikka kathi roll..Pics look so inviting..

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  18. scrumptious one. u r a super speed queen ka

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  19. uff mouthwatering here...it looks so delicious...would love to have a roll right now

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  20. Its awesome priya.Yummy rolls presentation looks stunning............

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  21. Kathi rolls are so versatile and a family favorite for us. This one looks delicious!

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  22. these look so good akka... i've taken a print out to make it for breakfast for this weekend... even if u r having a hectic time, I am sure you will finish all ur challenges in time, u r that efficient... :)

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  23. Very informative post ...Nice explanation on food combinations... thanks for sharing.!
    chowringhee kathi roll

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