How to make paneer:
Boil the full cream milk and use lemon juice or vinegar to curdle it. Strain it in a muslin cloth and hang it until water is drained completely. Keep a heavy thing on it. When the paneer is set remove from the muslin cloth and cut it into pieces of the required size.
Small size satay sticks -- 3
Oil .. 2 tbsps (to shallow fry)
For orange colour tikka :
Paneer ...... 3 pieces
Chilli garlic sauce .... 1 tbsp (see recipe HERE )
The sauce has garlic and salt .. so no need to add anything else.
Red capsicum pieces
For white colour tikka:
Paneer ... 3 pieces
Cream or hung curd ... 2 tbsps
Salt .... to taste
White pepper powder .. 1/4 tsp
For green colour tikka:
Paneer .... 3 pieces
Mint chutney .. 1-2 tbsps ( see recipe - HERE )
Green capsicum pieces
1. Marinate the paneer pieces with the mentioned ingredients separately. Put them in the satay sticks along with the onion / capsicum pieces.
3. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed skillet and shallow fry turning them once on all the sides.
wow thats a fabulous independence day treat :) love the 3 variation of tikka done , i want to have them now .. they look too tempting !!ReplyDelete
Wonderful Independence Day treat didi. Just amazing!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you SanoliDelete
nice one.............love the tri colorReplyDelete
gr8 idea....looks delicious....ReplyDelete
Thanks you Kurinji :)Delete
another version :) lovely tikkassss :) you have so many nice collection of tikkaReplyDelete
Thanks Monu.. I love tikkas, very light snack.Delete
Sounds delicious - beautiful, colourful dish too! Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.ReplyDelete
My pleasure April :)Delete
a fabulous Independence Day treat. Simple and yet full of flavours.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Mayuri :)Delete