Oct 9, 2013

Paneer 65 Recipe / Spiced & Fried Indian Cottage Cheese Cubes


Paneer is my favorite ingredients to play around other than chicken. Because what ever you make with paneer taste awesome just like you make with chicken. Paneer is bland on their own, but they just drink up the flavours you add and taste each time differently.  




Gobi 65 is my favorite appetizer, i make it quite often. But when i found a packet of paneer in my fridge i thought to use that up and make paneer 65. When i finished making it, it tasted so yum. And everyone where fighting for the last piece too. So here is the recipe and i hope you will love it..




Preparation Time : 15 mins
Cooking Time : 1 to 2 mins for each batch
Serves - 2 to 3

Ingredients:

Paneer / Indian Cottage Cheese - 200 grams
Oil for Deep frying

For Batter:
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1.5 tblspn
Corn Flour / Corn Starch - 3 tblspn
Rice Flour - 3 tblspn
Chilli Powder - 1 tsp or to taste
Garam Masala Powder - 1 tsp
Coriander Powder - 2 tsp
Red Food Colouring a pinch
Salt to taste
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tblspn
Soya Sauce - 1 tblspn
Lemon Juice or Vinegar - 1 tblspn
Water as needed

Method:

Cut paneer into bite size cubes.

Take all the ingredients for batter and make into a smooth paste by adding water. 

Add in the cubed paneer pieces and mix well. 

Heat oil for deep frying and fry the paneer pieces on both sides till they are golden.

Drain on to some paper towel.

Serve hot with ketchup.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients
cut paneer into cubes

Take all three flours in a bowl

Add in spice powders, salt and food colour

add in ginger and garlic

some lemon juice

some soya sauce
pour in some water

make into a thick smooth batter

Add paneer cubes in

mix well

Fry the paneer in oil

fry till they are golden
Serve

14 comments:



  1. yumm yummm.....the pics u take really tickles my taste buds massively!!! often visit ur blog just to taste the pics!!! lol!!! keep up ur aweome work

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  2. Very irresistible paneer 65, inviting.

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  3. Which food color
    Orange or red?

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  4. Looks tempting.......liked the idea of pictorial images than videos as it cnsumes lot of tym.......it also helps to understand the consistency nd method......surely wil try this one....keep it up

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  5. The name u have given forced me to try this recipe. Since im a beginner, i made few mistakes in adding masala powders... But it gave very professional look.

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  6. I tried and its awesome....thanks aarthi..

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  7. I really adore you. Thanc for a great blog. :)

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  8. Can we skip rice flour?

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  9. @AnonymousU can skip them add more cornflour instead

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  10. Hmm these look delicious, thanks for posting up this recipe, looks quite simple to make.


    Simon

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  11. Super....trying ur recipes...Thanks a lot for sharing

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