Coloured Paneer Kebabs

  • Coloured Paneer Kebabs
    Category :Appetizers

    Author : Reena

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    An absolutely delicious,melt-in-the mouth,low-carb,healthy appetizer or starter with refreshingly crunchy vegetables!


    Ingredients

    Yellow Colored Paneer Kebabs

    8-10 paneer pieces (cut into a 2″ squares)
    4-5 tbsps hung curds
    1 tsp black pepper pwd (you can use a pinch of garam masala pwd also for added flavaor)
    1 tsp amchur pwd or lemon juice
    big pinch turmeric pwd –(give yellow color to the paneer)
    salt to taste
    Marinate the paneer pieces in the above marinade for 2 hours in the refrigerator

    Red Colored Paneer Kebabs

    8-10 paneer pieces (cut into a 2″ squares)
    1 tsp red chilli pwd – (gives red color to the paneer)
    1 tsp ginger garlic paste
    1/2 tsp kasoori methi (optional)
    4-5 tbsp hung curds
    1 tbsp lemon juice
    salt to taste

    Marinate the paneer pieces in above marinade for 2 hours in the refrigerator.

    Green Colored Paneer Kebabs

    8-10 paneer pieces (cut into a 2″ squares)
    Make a paste of mint (small cup) and coriander leaves(small cup),1 green chilli,1″ginger piece,1 tbsp lemon juice and salt. Marinate the paneer in this paste for 2 hours in the refrigerator. This marinade gives a green shade to the paneer.

    Directions

    Make thick slices of 3 medium onions and 3 medium sized tomatoes and cut 2 capsicums into big pieces and keep aside.You can marinate the pieces with any of the above marinades. I usually toss them in a dressing of lemon juice and chilli pwd or pepper pwd and skewer them along with the marinated paneer pieces.

    I used my traditional earthen stove or home tandoor to grill/barbaque the paneer. I did not brush the paneer with oil before grilling. So absolutely no fat was using in the cooking process. Skewer the vegetables and paneer pieces and grill them for 5-6 minutes turning them around while its cooking to ensure they don’t burn and cook them till they are soft and attain a light golden shade. Serve with green chutney or tomato ketchup.

    More recipes by Reena :

    Eggless Mango Cake Black eyed beans cutlets Thepla Methi Coloured Paneer Kebabs Orange Ladoo

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