Pan Fried Paneer Tikka
Pan Fried Paneer Tikka
- Paneer Cottage cheese - 200 gm
- Chilli powder മുളകുപൊടി - 2 Tea spoon
- Black pepper powder കുരുമുളകുപൊടി - ½ Tea Spoon
- Garam Masala ഗരം മസാല - ½ Tea spoon
- Turmeric powder മഞ്ഞള്പൊടി - 1 Pinch
- Ginger-garlic paste ഇഞ്ചി-വെളുത്തുള്ളി അരച്ചത് - 1 Table spoon
- Curd / Yogurt തൈര് - 2 Table spoon
- Butter വെണ്ണ - 1 Table spoon
- Salt ഉപ്പ് - ¼ Tea spoon
- Wash and cut the paneer into rectangle shapes. Prick the paneer all over with a fork, so that the marinade is absorbed easily. (as shown in the image given at the bottom)
- Chilli powder, black pepper powder, garam masala, turmeric powder, ginger-garlic paste and salt should be made as a paste adding curd/yogurt.
- Marinate paneer pieces with the paste and keep for minimum 20 minutes.
- Heat 1 table spoon of butter in a non-stick frying pan. Shallow fry marinated paneer pieces by turning both sides on a low flame till it turns brown. (about 8 minutes)
- Remove from the flame and transfer to the serving dish.
2) Prick the paneer all over with a fork, so that the marinade is absorbed easily
Author: Shaan Geo
According to me cooking is an equal-opportunity talent and I find that anybody can cook. It is not limited by the age, profession, caste, colour or creed of a person. What is needed is the love for cooking. For me the passion for cooking does not stop in the kitchen, when I travel, I continue to be inspired by eating in some of the best restaurants around the world.
33 comments on “Pan Fried Paneer Tikka”
Thanks a lot Seena 🙂
Hi, Great Blog. Will be a regular visitor. Though am a Keralite, I don’t to cook much of Kerala food. Btw I am not much into cooking. Will start learning from your book.
Hi Jinimaxin, Thanks a lot for your words of encouragement. I am happy that you found this place interesting. Hope to see you here often. Happy cooking 🙂
Hi, I like your paneer tikka recipe. I also have a passion for cooking and keep checking new recipes in my free time. This recipe seems to be interesting will try this weekend. Thanks for sharing! Regards, Maria.
Hi Maria, Glad to know that you enjoy cooking. Please share your feedback on paneer tikka, so that others may benefit from your great cooking experience. Hope to see you here often 🙂
Awesome! Thank you for sharing, that was my favorite meal when I visited India!
Hi Edith, Thanks for the comment. Great to know that you loved it very much. Have fun in the kitchen 🙂
Its like a magic…. simple, easy and taste recipes….. simply awesome.
Hi Rejani, Thank you very much for your kind words of encouragement, appreciate it very much.
Always post pictures with each step atlaest 2-3 pictures. New comers to cooking like me always find it difficult to cook. It is a request.
Hi Shashi, Thanks for the suggestion. I am sorry, due to the technical reasons am not able to include more photographs. If I add, it will decrease the page loading performance. This will affect the readers who is having low bandwidth internet connections.
waw amazing…. very tasty… hats of you.
Ahh.. I am honored, Thanks a lot Avinash.
So nice and easy dish of paneer. It liked to my children too much. Even a hubby can make it for his wife and family too. Thanks a lot Mr. Shaan.
You are welcome Prasad. Happy to know that you and your children enjoyed it. Have fun in the kitchen 🙂
Can we deep fry it after mainade. This s an awesome recipe.
Deepika, If you deep fry paneer it will become hard and will not be tasty.
Hi Geo, very good recipe. Will definitely give it a try. Thank you for sharing with everyone. I am also a very passionate cook who enjoys cooking things from scratch.
Deepa, Nice to know that you love cooking very much. Thank you very much for your great words of encouragement. Happy cooking 🙂
My first time making paneer, it is marinating now. Your marinade is so delicious I could eat it on it’s own! Can’t wait to fry!
Debbie, Thank you very much for the feedback. Glad to know that love the this paneer dish especially the marinade. Hope you will try other recipes too. Happy cooking.
Hello Sir, I’m a 10th standard student who loves to cook. I have a doubt, can I use frozen paneer to make this dish? Thank you very much.
Dear Meenakshi, First of all appreciating you for showing interest in cooking at this age. Eating yummy food is everyone’s dream and not many turn to make their own. Happy to know that such people exists 🙂 Yes, you can use frozen paneer. Take it out from the freezer around 1 hour before preparing and let it soft. Or you can keep the frozen paneer in lower rack of fridge overnight and use. Thank you very much for the feedback. See you here often 🙂
Was looking for kerala recipe. Found this site more useful. Gonna try out this one. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Sasmita, Thanks for the feedback. Hope to see you here often 🙂
Great recipe loved the paneer thank you 🙂
Thanks Nicola 🙂
Hi, I plan to make the paneer dish tomorrow for the vegetarians at my bbq, can I marinade the paneer over night ? Or will it effect the texture of the cheese. Many thanks.
Smurf, You can marinate it over night. Thanks for the comment.
Quick n easy recipe, exactly what I was searching for.
Thanks Jisha 🙂
Thanks shaan for this wonderful recipe. I was looking for an easier quick to do paneer tikka.it was delicious and everyone loved it.
Such a nice dish.