Thursday, September 02, 2010

chilli paneer

Last friday i had some friends over dinner and my menu was completely chinese cuisine,i had made chilli paneer ,spring rolls,gobi manchurian (gravy),chinese fried rice,chinese haka noodles and to end with fruit custard with icecream,i and my husband ( my daughter just likes noodles ) just freak on chinese food and it was long i made all these stuff so planned a chinese meal ,also was just tired of making north indian food everytime for everyone who comes,specially my husband use to crib about the same cuisine everytime so this time for a change i switched over ;) .So to start with my first post of chinese menu ,here is chilli paneer recipe which i simply cherish and could not resist over eating,this recipe is my dear friend mamta's (verma)one of the famous dishes,its been so many times i had this at her place and also i made many a times before using her ingredients just some measurements are here and there ,otherwise its more or less the same ,i still miss her taste and infact all the food,i luv anything that she cooks ,when she was in US ..maybe 6-7 yrs back she use to write for bawarchi.com and her kaju korma recipe was quite famous but when she moved back to india she stopped writing and got busy in her daughter's schooling ..hats off  to our indian school education who gives so much of burden to young children and above all the competition that makes small kids/children to attempt suicide,its really shameful,but there is no other option and choices i guess ! Newaz,mamta im coming to india soon for this diwali and will definately land on bangalore especially to eat all  food made by you and ofcourse to meet u ;)..oops ..i hope she is not reading this otherwise she will kill me :-)Actually had written this post a couple of days back but was not sure to post as i just have this one picture ,infact have only one each pics of the whole dinner menu as was really in hurry and was busy cooking till last moment as i feel chinese is best when served immediately from the wok..hence could not click and arrange the plates nicely.Just not happy with my clicks this time :(
ingredients :
250 gms paneer,diced
1 cup cornflour
1/2 cup plain flour
1 tsp soya sauce
1 tsp vinegar
1 tsp chilli sauce
2 tbsp ginger garlic green paste
salt to taste
1 tsp sugar 
oil for deep frying
ingredients for the sauce :
1 onion chopped
1/2 capsicum chopped
1/2 cup spring onion ,sliced
1 tsp finely chopped ginger
1 tsp finely chopped garlic
2 tsp finely chopped green chillies ( adjuct acc to your taste )
1 tbsp vinegar
2 tbsp green chilli sauce ( adjust acc to your taste )
1 tbsp tomato ketchup
1 tsp black pepper pwd
1 tsp red chilli pwd
1 tsp sugar
salt to taste
2 tbsp oil
method :
Mix cornflour,plain flour and add little water to make a thick paste (batter),add soya sauce,chilli sauce,vinegar,salt,sugar,ginger-garlic-green chilli paste and mix well.Dip paneer pieces in the batter and coat well with the batter,deep fry on medium flame till brown in colour.Drain on paper napkin and keep aside.
Now prepare the sauce,heat oil on high flame,add garlic,ginger,green chillies,spring onion,onions,capsicum and fry on high for 2 mins,add soya sauce,chilli sauce,red chilli pwd,vinegar,salt,sugar,pepper pwd,tomato ketchup and mix well,lastly add fried paneer pieces and mix well,serve hot.
Sending this and the following recipes to jay's letz relish paneer event.
1.paneer butter masala








2.paneer paratha








3.mughlai paratha









4.paneer bhurji








24 comments:

  1. I looooooove indo chinese..this one tops the list!!

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  2. Hy dear,

    Wat a wonderful selection of recipes...really an eye stopper. gorgeous looking clicks...!
    Looks awesome Sonu...:)

    Thanx for sending...!

    Best Regards,
    Jay

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  3. Wow luv paneer in any form...chilli paneer sounds a gud variation have to try out once

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  4. Your chilly paneer recipe sounds excellent....Click is absolutely fine dear so don't feel sad
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Slurpp!!very tempting chilly paneer, looks sooo yummy..

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  6. I do not know much about Indian-Chinese cuisine, but it sounds intriguing. And the chili paneer sounds delicious.

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  7. I love chinese food too and this is one of my fav,looks mouthwatering

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  8. Yum..so many Paneer recipes..with my all time favorite PBM!!

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  9. Spicy and mouthwatering !!Great click too !!

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  10. wow, this is my favorite indo-chinese curry. Love it :)

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  11. Looks so delicious and great click too..

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  12. chilli paneer looks very tempting sonu ....my all time favorite ..yummy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  13. Hi
    What a coincidence that we are at each other's space.
    I love the chinese preparations and this one is a favorite.
    Btw, the Indian education system is changing surely.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  14. WOW Sonu, every dish looks so perfect and delicious!

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  15. Enjoyed browsing through ur space,lovely recipes. Chilli paneer is awesome. Glad to follow u :):)

    Chitchat
    http://chitchatcrossroads.blogspot.com/

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  16. same pinch..sonal, we just finished ours..top family fav. yours looks yummy and tasty!

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  17. Delicious and yummy chilli paneer sonal....keep rocking.

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  18. Excellent round up of all the delicious recipes. Wonderfully prepared.
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  19. This is an exotic dish! You are really brave to cook this.
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  21. Hmm, really yummy and too much delicious please share its recipe with us i want to prepare it. restaurant near venkateshwar college

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