Sep 21, 2016

Paneer tikka frankie

Frankies are always welcome in my home. Everybody loves it..... I mean yes... its not just the kids alone but me and my hubby too. We add up a little more spice and thinly sliced raw onions to enhance the flavours. A wrap is always a wrap... a little more special than chapathi and sabji served with the same ingredients :) .... atleast that is what is the funds at ours. I love to pack this for my kids lunch boxes coz that is something they always love to eat

This frankie is a simple version made especially for the kids. You can put it together in no time so that you get some time in the morning hurry-burry. I can assure you this will be a very handy recipe under the list "kids lunch-box recipes"

Serves... 4 wraps
Serve option... Hot

This is what u'll need...

Onion - 1
Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tspn
Capsicum - 1 small
Tomato - 1 big
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tspn
Red chilli powder - 1/2 tspn
Cumin powder - 1/2 tspn
Curry powder - 1/2 tspn
Vinegar - 1 tspn
Paneer - 2 cups cubed (made from 1 litre milk)
Oil - 1 tbspn
Salt to taste

Here is the stir....
  • Heat oil in a flat pan. Chop one big onion finely and toss it into the pan
  • Saute this for about a minute 
  • Add a teaspoon of ginger-garlic paste to the sauteed onions
  • Spoon in salt as per your taste
  • Chop the capsicum finely and add it to the pan. Cook this for about 2-3 minutes 
  • Roughly chop a tomato and grind it coarsely. Add this to the pan and give it a good stir
  • Add the dry masalas - turmeric powder, red chilli powder, cumin powder and curry powder
  • Fry this mixture on low flame for about 5 minutes till oil starts separating
  • Add a teaspoon of vinegar
  • Pour about 3-4 tablespoons of water and let it cook on high for about a minute

  • Cut paneer into small cubes and toss it into the gravy. I have used fresh homemade paneer using one litre milk. For detailed instructions on how to make at home checkout this recipe-> Homemade Paneer
  • Mix everything together until the spices are evenly coated on the paneer
  • Turn off the flame and let the mixture cool
  • Place a chapathi on your workspace. I have used regular wholewheat chapathi
  • Spread a little mixture on the chapathi. Roll it up like a wrap 

  • Serve your kids with lots of love and they would love it 

                  • You can add green chillies for extra spice but for kids I would leave it
                  • In the end when making the wrap you can include some thinly sliced onions mixed with a hint of vinegar, salt and red chilli powder

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