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Saturday, 25 February 2017

Chilli Panner (No Bake Recipe)

Chilli Panner (No Bake Recipe) - 





Hello all of you. Time for another NO BAKE RECIPE. 

Chilli Panner is an all time favourite Chinese dish. It tastes delicious and is easy to make. 

For this, we firstly fry panner cubes, dipped in a nice batter, till golden brown. Then we make a nice gravy out of different sauces, garli, green chilli, veggies etc. We then add the  paneer cubes in this gravy. Chilli Panner can be eaten along a roti or fried rice or chowmein. It tastes nice with any of these. 




Preparation Time - 5 minutes

Cooking Time - 20 minutes

Total Time - 25 minutes

Serves - 2

Ingredients :

  • 100 grams Paneer cut into cubes
  • 1 Capsicum chopped
  • 1 Onion  chopped
  • 1 teaspoon chopped garlic
  • 1 green chilli chopped 
  • 1 tablespoon tomato ketchup
  • 1/2 tablespoon green chilli sauce
  • 1 teaspoon soya sauce
  • 1 teaspoon vinegar
  • 3 tablespoon cornflour + 1 tablespoon 
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper according to the taste

Method - 

  • Firstly make a thick batter by adding 3 tablespoon cornflour in 2 tablespoon water. 
  • Cut paneer into small cubes. Heat oil in a large vessel. Nicely coat these paneer cubes in this batter and deep fry them till their color changes to nice golden brown. 
  • Now let's make the gravy. In a pan,  add one tablespoon oil. Heat it. Add garlic and green chilli. Saute for about a minute. 
  • Now add onion  and  capsicum. On a medium flame, saute this, for about two minutes. 


  • Now add tomato ketchup, green chilli sauce, soya sauce, vinegar, salt and pepper. Also add 1/4 cup water. 
  • On a low flame, mix this properly. Now mix one tablespoon cornflour in about half a tablespoon water. Add this to the gravy. Due to the cornflour and water mixture, the gravy will get thick. 
  • Now add the deep fried paneer cubes. Cook, on a low flame, for about a minute. 
  • Chilli Paneer is ready! 


35 comments:

  1. What skill level would you say this is?
    Shorikka

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  2. Looks Yummy!
    And Paneer is my all time favorite I am going to try my hand on this for sure ;)

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  3. I am on my way to do some shopping and am going to get what I need to try this, it looks delicious!

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  4. What an interesting mix of foods! I want to try it! I bet I would like it :)

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    1. Great. Do share your reviews for this. :)

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  5. this isn't for me but if one liked Chinese food.....I'm sure they would like it quite a bit!

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  6. I've heard of panneer, but never panner...is it the same thing? Tofu is not my bag, but I have a sister who loves the stuff.

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  7. I'm wondering can I use chickpea flour instead of cornflour? I imagine it's just a thickening agent, so it should work fine right?

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    1. Yes cornflour is just a thickening agent, so if chickpea flour does this work, you can use it. :)

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  8. I love chili paneer and I kind of make the same way that you have done. Yummy.

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  9. I love Chinese. I've never heard of some of those ingredients because I admit I am not an adventurous cook but I am thinking about it. Looks and sounds delicious

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  10. Looks so good, and does not take a lot of time to make.

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  11. I love paneer. I just went to Asheville this weekend and there were two places we went to that crumbled the paneer on top. And it was raw!

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  12. Love chili paneer..I am big fan of Indian Chinese...

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    1. Great! I also love Indian Chinese food a lot. :)

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  13. Sounds a bit like an American stew without meat. I looked up paneer. Turns out it is a cheese, so a stew with fried cheese. I'm in.

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    1. Yes. Paneer is cottage cheese. It is made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice, vinegar, or any other food acids.
      Do try this recipe and I hope you like it. :)

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  14. This is not something I would have thought of making had I not stumbled upon your blog. It looks good, and not too difficult to make!

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    1. Thanks Karla. Do try it and I hope you'll like it. :)

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  15. Wow, I've just had my breakfast, but looking at this photo I'm hungry again ;)

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  16. I have never cooked with panneer this has me contemplating a trip to the local Asian grocery store! Looks yummy for my tummy!

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  17. I adore this dish. So happy to have this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

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  18. i am unfamiliar with some of these ingredients but I love learning and experiencing new foods. This certainly does look like a comforting bowl of food.

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    1. Thanks Erica. Do try it and please share your experience. :)

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