Sesame Paneer


My camera is given for service and i am missing it a lot...No words to say how i feel now,since i used it more than my mobile and tab..The camera comes handy whenever the food is ready ,i will click mostly without much thought of light and set up...But clicking some dishes is more difficult for me..Either the food gets over soon or there will not be enough light to click.With all those hurdles,i need many pictures to blog here and my cam always gave a bend to support me :)...
This is a starter i made for a lunch,perfectly fits as an appetizer for a party..Sesame and Paneer is just an amazing combination and everyone will luv it...The slices supposed to be diagonally cut and served hot..But i felt its more filling as an appetizer,but still you can try with thin diagonal slices..

Ingredients
Paneer slices-100 gms
Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder-1 tbsp
Turmeric powder-1 tsp
Cumin powder-1 tsp
Garam masala-1/2 tsp
Kasuri methi-1 tsp
Lime juice-1/2 tsp
Roasted Sesame-1 tbsp
Oil-1 tsp
Salt to taste

Method
1.Mix Chilli powder to salt in a bowl and make into fine paste
2.Mix the paneer with the paste and marinate for ten minutes or rest it in fridge until u need it
3.In a grilling pan or non stick pan ,apply a tbsp of oil and toss the paneer for couple of minutes
4.Once,the paneer is cooked,sprinkle some more sesame seeds on paneer slices and press it with unused flat laddle
5.Without tossing it,remove the slices ,move it to a plate 
6. Arrange the slices positioned at one direction and serve with a tooth pick
Either Tomato ketup or Sweet Chilli Sauce can be served with this!



13 comments:

  1. what a simple and lovely dish, and great photography. Liked u in facebook dear :-)

    Priya

    A lovely journey of a great chef, although I came to know your blog just a month ago. i do enjoy your recipes and pics :-). I wish you all the best and great happiness in life and through your blog. Waiting to try your pressure cooker payasam and will do it soon enough.

    With Love & wishes,
    Priya
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  2. Lovely dish and so easy too. Great photography. Liked you in facebook too. sorry about the previous comment just realised the mistake dear...

    Priya
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  3. loved this simple paneer appetizer, looks so yumm!!

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  4. Oh so tempting panner fry... A must try one...

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  5. Sesame paneer looks very delicious...Sorry to hear about the camera...

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  6. They look amazingly cute!!! Delicious!!! Bookmarking it!!!

    Sowmya

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  7. Yumm, they looks highly addictive and irresistible Priya.

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  8. Love those tempting n cute looking sesame paneer!!

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