Try This Sanjeev Kapoor's Paneer Pakoda For Your Evening Snack

PUBLISHED ON July 18, 2020 Read TIME: 2 minutes VIEWS: 148

As monsoons have almost arrived, and they are incomplete without a hot cup of tea and some crunchy and yummy snacks while enjoying the rain by sitting in the balcony. And if you are bored with the daily snacks that are usually available at home, here we have shared something very delicious and crunchy for you. We have shared a very simple and quick recipe by chef Sanjeev Kapoor.

According to chef Sanjeev Kapoor, This crunchy and delicious paneer pakoda can be a perfect reason to cherish the monsoon season. So what are you waiting for, start giving a read below to know how you can make it.

Ingredients you need

4-5 – Dried red chillies

1 inch – Ginger

6-7 Garlic cloves

1 tbsp – Coriander seeds

10-12 – Black peppercorns

Water

1 tbsp – Yogurt

1 tbsp – Lemon juice

2 tbsp – Rice flour

Salt to taste

200 gm – Cottage cheese or paneer

1 cup – Roasted vermicelli

Method

*Blend, red chillies, ginger, garlic cloves, coriander seeds, black pepper and sufficient amount of water and blend them all together in a blender.

*Transfer the blended paste into a bowl and add yogurt and lemon juice to it. Now add some rice flour and salt and mix them all together.

*Now add some water to make a paste consistency.

* Take some paneer and cut them into small pieces.

* Now, dip a piece of paneer in a paste one by one.

* Now, get some crushed vermicelli and add the paneer pieces to it to form another layer of coating.

*Heat some oil in a pan and deep fry the paneer slices till it gets crunchy.

*Serve it with chatni or sauce.

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