Paneer Butter Pepper Fry, mildly spiced batter coated paneer deep fried until slightly browned and later tossed in some butter and pepper masala, then coasted with some spices, herbs and lemon. Pepper when mixed with paneer, can prepare something like Paneer Pepper Dry which gives a very good taste with its unique aroma that comes from pepper and curry leaves. combination of paneer and butter is surely worth the craving.
This dish is so simple to make and so tasty even meat eaters will be glad they gave it a go. Quick & easy to churn out, this garlic and chilli marinated paneer fingers fried to a crisp is a perfect snack for the party to impress your guests. It’s one of the most popular finger snacks.
Paneer is an Indian cheese which is used in many recipes for appetizers, main courses, desserts and classic Indian dishes like kormas, curries etc. Paneer is very easy to make at home. It is a popular indigenous dairy product of India, is similar to an unripened variety of soft cheese. Paneer is one of the rich sources of proteins for most vegetarians. It holds its shape well and doesn’t melt, hence you can saute it, grill or crumble/ grate and just do about anything to add in your dishes. Paneer also happens to be one of the easiest cheeses to make at home, requiring nothing more than milk and lemon juice. Some of the Paneer dishes are Paneer Butter Masala, Chilli Paneer, mattar paneer, paneer pakora, paneer Amritsari, paneer spring rolls, paneer and spinach wonton...
Pepper is often described as the "king of spices," and it shares a place on most dining tables with salt. The word pepper originated from the Sanskrit word pippali, meaning berry. Their flavour has been described as spicy and fresh, with a bright aroma. It is one ingredient that is a must during the cold seasons it brings the heat in your body. It is a favourite spice of cooks because of its dark colour and pungent aroma and flavour. Many dishes can be made with pepper like Pepper Chicken Chettinad, Garlic Pepper Veg Balls, Pepper Chicken Dry, Chinese pepper steak and many more
- If you want to have very soft paneer that mixes, soak them in hot water for 10 minutes after a shallow frying.
- Pepper acts as a natural medicinal agent, black pepper in tea form has been credited for relieving arthritis, nausea, fever, migraine headaches, poor digestion, strep throat, and even coma.
- Paneer is a high protein food having a high level of calcium and phosphorus which helps in building strong bones and teeth.
- Paneer helps in lowering the lower body pain, back pain and joint pain.
- There are a lot of fat soluble vitamins in butter. This includes vitamins A, E and K2.
Enjoy spicy and flavourful fried paneer pieces with your evening cuppa or as a side dish… Just mouthwatering, definitely give it a try........
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