Sunday, October 28, 2007

PANEER VADA

i just gave a try on paneer vada.i followed the aloo tikki recipe..but i used different ingredients.i din't use any veggie that binds and holds the texture.i want to use whole paneer and some seasonings.i concentrated on taste and not on texture or color.i don't want to fry it as paneer itself has lots of fat .so i baked it using non-stick cooking spray.





paneer 1 brick grated
1/4 cup chopped cilantro and mint
salt
methi and jeera powder 1/4 sp
garam masala
chopped ginger
onions 1/2 cup finely chopped
green chillies finely chopped

mix all the ingredients.
this is a thick mixture .
make small balls out of it and press each ball in middle of ur palms.
line a baking sheet with aluminium foil and spray non-stick cooking spray.

place the paneer on the sheet bake it for 20 min on 300 .
now let it cool and turn them.
i said let them cool because the paneer melts little bit and u can't turn them.when it cools slightly they regain their texture and u can turn them easily.
bake for another 15 min or till brown.
serve it with coriander chutney.


18 comments:

Sreelu said...

Shanti, this is so good, nooru uruthindi.nice version

Nags said...

lovely :) i like anything with paneer in it

Padmaja said...

hey shanti
Hey i am looking at one of my favourite recipe here, My friend used to make these but i never tried!!! amazing!!

Happy cook said...

Wow paneer vada it looks great.

Madhavi said...

Shanti!
Vadas make me drool today.I love anything with paneer.

Kribha said...

I love your presentation shanti. I make paneer cutlets with some aloo mixed with it and it's deep-fried. Yours is a much healthier version without the aloo and the fry method. Thanks for sharing.

Asha said...

I need some of those today. Very cold morning here!:))

bindiya said...

These definitely look good and healthy too!

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Shanthi...Paneer vadas adiraayi......abba okati thinali anipisthondi......intlo chala paneer undi....try chestha :-)

Padma said...

Naaku konni pampiva?? feeling hungry and what a great way to bake instead of shallow frying them...cool! and it can be a great starter.

Pooja V said...

I am sucker for these !! loved them.

Siri said...

Chala bagunnayi Shanti, me Paneer vada.. nice, cute and crispy beauties ..:)

Cinnamon said...

Wow Shanti, Panner vada, chala baagunnayi... looks very delicious!!

Tee said...

Paneer vada looks awesome...and i love the fact that there is no other veggie vying for attention in this recipe. ;) This is my kind of vada :)

Rina said...

This shluld be tasting real grr8 and its a unique idea too.

sunita said...

Shanti, the vadas look very good...and healthy too.

Namratha said...

Looks yummy and I bet it tasted yummy too, thanks for the recipe:)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Paneer dishes rocks..!!Thanx fro sharing this vada recipe..:))