Jan 10, 2013

Paneer Pakora


Today I prepared “Paneer Pakora” or you can say cheese fritters too. As per Blogging Marathon for second week I choose cooking from Indian restaurant, under this theme we have to choose one restaurant and cook from restaurant’s menu card. For this I selectAkbar’s Indian Restaurantin starter course. 
For the 1st day I post Paneer Pakora, because it’s mine favourite too. You can serve this pakora accompaniment with tomato sauce or green chili dip with hot tea.


Preparation time: 5-7 Minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Ingredients:
1 cup Bengal Gram flour/ Besan
Salt to taste
Red chili to taste
1 tsp. Carom seeds
1/4 Tsp. Baking soda
Chaat masala to taste
Vegetable oil for deep fry

Directions:
Cut the paneer into big cube form. Now divide the cube into half and sprinkle little salt, red chili and chat masala between both portion as sandwich.
Now sieve the gram flour and combine flour, salt, red chili, baking soda, carom seeds and water for thick and smooth consistency batter for pakora.
Now heat the oil in wok on high flame, when oil is hot enough. Add the paneer into flour batter and coat well. Place paneer one by one in oil and cook till to golden and crisp on medium flame.
Serve hot paneer fritters or pakora with chutney and sprinkle little chaat masala on the top of pakoras.
Submit this recipe within following events:
Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#24
Siris food.com , WTML event and Sizzling tastebuds event

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22 comments:

  1. yummy tempting and crispy paneer pakoda.

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  2. Love it. My kids will dig in right now.

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  3. Hi Preeti,

    Indeed, this is a tasty and healthy snack for the children as well as guests. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

    Regards

    Jay
    My Blog | My FB Page

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  4. Paneer is one of fav things and I love how paneer becomes so soft after frying those pakoras. I also love to sprinkle a little chaat masala on my pakora, it makes all the difference, right?

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  5. hhmmm......love it!! pls parcel me some dear...:-)

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  6. I too like mine sprinkled with chaat masala.

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  7. I make panner pakodas in a similar fashion.. they look yummy.. :)

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  8. we both chose the same restaurant - will have to try your version in sandwich style :)

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    1. yes... even you can add green dip to in between two slices

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  9. Our favorite snack.Nice one Preeti...

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  10. I dont mind having some anytime,love paneer pakoras.

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  11. These look fantastic! Feel like digging in :D

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  12. Well done Preeti. Mouthwatering pakoras. Paneer is my all time favorite.

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  13. These would be perfect for the chill climate here. Looks so inviting.. My daughter would finish this all by herself.

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  14. Yummy yummy!! Perfect appetizer/ snack.

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  15. looks great.. I love it
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  16. I thought I left a comment..I would love to dig into this anytime!

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