This spicy and easy to make recipe for paneer tikka roll will become a family favourite. It’s a quick and easy dinner that can be served as an appetizer or tea time snack. It also goes great as an accompaniment to a Mumbai Style Tawa Pulao and Nawabi Kofta Curry Recipe. To make these delicious rolls at home, you can substitute parathas or naan for the traditional breads.
The main ingredient in a Paneer tikka roll is marinated and cooked Indian Cottage Cheese. You can add your favorite protein to the paneer for non-vegetarians to add to their meal. You can also serve the paneer tikka roll with a chutney of your choice. In addition to the chutney, you can serve this dish with an Indian salad, a spicy dip, or a tangy yogurt sauce.
Season the vegetables with salt, turmeric, and Kashmiri chili powder. You can also add ginger-garlic paste, if you wish. If you don’t have these ingredients on hand, you can also use grated mozzarella cheese instead of paneer. Once the paneer is ready, wrap it in a paratha or wrap it in butter paper. Serve it with ketchup or chutney.
The filling for paneer tikka can be made a day ahead and refrigerated for three to four days. If you’d like to make more, you can make more of the filling and cook it a few more times to have more at your disposal. You can also serve it with a green chutney to go with it. You can add chopped onion, tomato, capsicum, and even cilantro, depending on your taste.
To make the paneer tikka roll, first prepare the marinated paneer. Cook it for about 2 minutes. Then add the chopped onion, tomatoes, and chaat masala. If you like, you can sprinkle some dried fenugreek leaves on top. Serve paneer tikka stuffed rolls with mint chutney or a vegetable salad. This recipe can be easily adapted to suit any family’s taste.
The paneer tikka roll is a classic Indian street food. It is bursting with flavor. The main components include spicy paneer, green chillies soaked in vinegar, crispy red cabbage, and cilantro chutney. All of these are combined in a wrap of spicy paratha. If you’re not a garlic lover, you can leave out the garlic. You’ll have a delicious, healthy and quick meal on the go!
For the veggies, you can make a vegan version by substituting extra-firm Tofu. If you don’t eat meat or dairy, use neutral oil and a good-quality vegan or dairy-free bread. To avoid a greasy paneer tikka roll, add slices of orange and red peppers. Also, slice the onion thinly. Add green chutney and cilantro to the roll and you’ve got yourself a delicious vegetarian meal.
Another popular Indian street food is the kati roll. Originally from Kolkata, it’s a fusion of flavors from various Indian cuisines. This vegetarian option comes from a popular street food in Mumbai, Kolkata, and Delhi. Amarjit Singh Tibb, the founder of the Bombay Frankie, first conceived this dish in 1969. There are many ways to enjoy a paneer tikka roll.