May 22, 2010

Tawa paneer tikka recipe - how to make shallow fried paneer tikka

Tawa paneer tikka recipe - This tikka  is a delicious snack which can be served as a starter or as a side dish. Instead of oven this tikka is prepared by shallow frying on tawa, hence it is called as tawa tikka. This is one of my favorite paneer dishes that I would like to prepare often. This snack is crispy from outside and soft from inside. The roasted onion and capsicum  (bell pepper) adds an exotic flavour and taste to the tikka. 

Tawa paneer tikka recipe

Ingredients
6-7 paneer cubes
1 capsicum
1 onion
4 tsp fresh cream
1 tsp ginger-garlic paste
1 tsp red chilli powder
1/2 tsp cumin seeds powder
a pinch of ajwain / carom seeds
1/4 tsp garam masala
2-3 tsp corn flour
2 tsp butter
2 tsp lemon juice
4-5 tsp oil
Salt to taste

Method 
Tawa paneer tikka recipe
  • Cut the paneer  into cubes. Wash and remove the stems, rind and seeds of capsicum. Cut it into long strips. Peel the onion, cut into  halves and separate each layer.
  • Roast capsicums and onions in butter and salt. Keep it aside.
  • Mix together the cream, ginger-garlic paste, red chili powder, cumin powder, ajwain, garam masala, corn flour and salt and make a smooth paste. Add little water if required.
  • Combine together the paneer cubes and the above prepared paste. Mix well and keep it aside to marinate for 15 minutes.
  • Heat a pan on a medium flame. Apply some oil on it.  Place the paneer cubes one by one and cook on a low flame.
  • Keep flipping the paneer cubes till they turn golden brown on all sides. Remove from the griddle.
  • Immediately apply butter and sprinkle lemon juice. Serve hot with roasted capsicum and onions.



24 comments:

  1. Wow...tempting and delicious paneer tikka. Feel like to eat one right now.

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  2. I can't wait more...try it today itself..yumm tikka again.

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  3. I tried to make paneer several times. But never come so much solid and soft. Will try your recipe of how to make paneer and tikka both.
    Tikka looks crispy, hot and tasty.

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  4. I use rice flour. Now try qith corn flour. Tikka is looking tempting.

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  5. Hi,
    Home made paneer tikka with butter, capsicuma and onion. Yummy dish!

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  6. I like to eat any dish from home made paneer. Tikka is my fav. dish. Paneer picture looks great. Delicious and crispy too

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  7. I like paneer tikka. Nice comb... tempting, crispy and healthy...

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  8. cottage cheese dish ...my all time favorite.

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  9. I cant wait more...will try tomorrow. Yummy yum paneer tikka, mouth watering.

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  10. Hi, nice picture...tempting, sounds intresting...

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  11. drool worthy prep & captures of the same..... I loved it....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  12. Tikka looks so delicious. Bumped upon ur blog today . You have a wonderful space.

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  13. Wow so delicious and spicy paneer tikka..wish i could grab some!!!

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  14. Hi Vidya
    1st time here..lovely space..paneer tikka looks so delicious..my fav.

    cheers..do visit me if you can..following you

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  15. This looks really delicious. My husband and I will be visiting India in the fall. It is so nice to have a place to come to learn about the food. I really like your blog and know that I will learn a lot here. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  16. Looks so yummy..nice pic..thanks for visitng my blog dear....you have a yummy save...glad to follow U

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    Upload the awards pics (u have already saved on your p.c) and link the person who has shared and with whom you want to share the awards.

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  18. hello Vidhya!!
    your blog looks different and nice!
    my daughter is crazy about Paneer. your recipe looks yummy, sure they taste the same as well. will try it out
    :-)
    malathi S
    (caught this link from Vanitha- nan prapancha)

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  19. I always bought paneer from stores. For some reason I thought i was difficult to make. You really have given me an easy way to make paneer. thank you! You have a nice blog here.

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  20. Hey thanks for that love u shared on my space..... It made me burst out...laughing..... Zor lagane ki dharkaar thi, kyon ki bahut dinon ke baad, tadka maar rahein the...... LOL!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  21. I really like paneer, I love this recipe, thank you!

    Have a good day

    Alessandra

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  22. I am just jumping back in to thank you for the birthday wishes. Hugs and blessings...Mary

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  23. Yummy recipe....

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  24. Hii...Akshayapatre sounds like a kannada name...very good blog title...and love the way u presented all the recipes Vidya...Loved ur panner recipes and cottage cheese making...U have a very wonderful space....

    N thanks for visiting my space....

    Glad to follow u vidya...:)

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