Spread the Joy!
I was thinking so hard yesterday for dinner ideas..Sometimes it happens, your head go blank and you will be looking for inspiration. I know i had a packet of paneer, so i am sure that it is going to be something using that. Hubby told me to make roti and paneer curry. But i was quite bored to make the same thing again and again. So i decided to use the both and create a new dish.
So i decided to make a paneer wrap, i had some cheese in my fridge, so i added that as well. I dont want the outer layer of the wrap to be too thick and chewy so i made a rumali roti instead of regular roti or chapati. When i finished making the wrap and tasted it, it was sooo good..I had some leftover so i enjoyed it for todays breakfast as well.
Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
Preparation Time : 15 mins
Cooking Time : 40 to 45 mins
Makes : 4 wraps
Carrot – 1 medium size grated finely
Mozzarella Cheese / Pizza Cheese – 1 cup grated finely
Butter – 2 tblspn
Butter – 1 tblspn
Onion – 1 medium size chopped finely
Tomato – 1 medium size chopped finely
Chilli Powder – 2 tsp or to taste
Tomato Kechup – 1/4 cup
Paneer – 200 grams cut into small pieces
Onion – 1 medium size sliced thinly
Tomato – 1 medium size chopped finely
Coriander leaves or Parsley – 3 tblspn finely chopped
Lemon Juice to taste
Salt to taste
Water – 1 cup
Start by making the filling. Heat butter in a frying pan, add in finely chopped onions and saute till it turns light golden.
Now add in tomatoes and cook till it is completely mushy.
Now add in chilli powder, garam masala powder, salt and tomato ketchup. Mix this well and cook till oil separates.
Now add in some water and bring it to a boil.
Add in cubed paneer and mix well. Cover this with a lid and cook on medium heat till the masala goes into the paneer. Cook this for 10 mins or so.
Open the lid and dry the curry a little.
Once the paneer curry is dried up a little, add in sliced onions and toss well on high heat for couple of mins.
Turn off the heat and add in tomatoes, parsley and lemon juice. Mix well Filling done.
Now spread a rumali roti, spoon some filling in, top with grated carrots and cheese. Fold it like a wrap.
Heat some butter in a tawa. Place the wrap on the butter and cook both sides till golden.
Remove and serve
|Take your ingredients for filling..
You need some ketchup as well
|First heat a frying pan with some butter…
because butter makes everything better
|Add in finely chopped onions|
|saute till nicely golden|
|add in some chopped tomatoes|
|Cook till it is completely cooked down|
|Add in chilli powder|
|and a touch of garam masala powder|
|add in some tomato ketchup..This is the secret touch|
|season with some salt|
|now the masala is almost done|
|pour in water|
|bring it to a boil|
|add in chopped paneer cubes..|
|mix that well|
|cover the pan with a lid and cook for 10 mins
till the paneer gets soft and absorbs the curry
|Now the curry is dried quite a bit, if it is too saucy,
open the lid and dry the curry a little on high heat
|At this point, add in some sliced onions|
|toss that well with the masala for 2 mins on high heat|
|Now turn off the heat and add in chopped tomatoes
and chopped parsley or coriander leaves
|squeeze some lemon juice|
|I used rumali roti for this, because it is thin and it taste
so good. I also grated some carrots and cheese
|spread a rumali roti, RECIPE HERE..|
|spoon some paneer filling in|
|top with grated carrots|
|and grated cheese|
|first fold from this side|
|now roll the paratha|
|the fold this side|
|and roll it completely|
|time to toast them up|
|Again i melted a tblspn of butter|
|place the rolls in|
|keep toasting them|
|they will turn golden|
|look how golden and crispy it has got|
|Enjoy with ketchup, i love it with some spicy mayo|