Paneer Amritsari Tikka

Paneer Amritsari Tikka
Paneer Amritsari Tikka is a Amritsari Special recipe, a North Indian Cuisine Recipe, with Punjabi tastes. Non-vegetarian foods are extremely high in protein, but that does not mean vegetarians have to worry, as there are abundant sources of proteins -- milk, paneer and dals being the most popular and easily available. So here’s a vegetarian adaptation of the traditional punjabi favourite – the fish amritsari, using paneer, which is protein-rich, succulent and easy to chew.
Recipe Type: Main Course, Paneer Recipes
Cuisine: Punjabi 
Preperation Time:  10 Hours 
Cooking Time:  15 Mins
Total Time:  25 Mins
Serving: 4
To Be Mixed Into A Marinade
1/4 cup besan (bengal gram flour)
2 tbspginger–garlic paste
2 tsp oil
2 tbsp water
1/2 tsp carom seeds (ajwain)
a few drops of mixed fruits
1/2 tsp chilli powder
salt to taste
Other Ingredients
250 gms paneer (cottage cheese) cut into 50 mm. (2”) x 12 mm. ( 1/2“) strips
2 tbsp oil for cooking
For Serving
1 tbsp chaat masala
Combine the paneer strips and the prepared marinade in a bowl and toss gently ( till the marinate coats the paneer strips evenly from all sides)
Keep aside for 15 minutes.
Heat the oil in kadhai and deep-fry the paneer pieces, a few at a time till they turn golden brown in colour from all sides. Sprinkle chaat masala evenly over it and serve immediately.

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