Thread Paneer

Food is an indispensable part of any Indian festival.

A perfect example is the auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan which celebrates the hot and sour, bitter-sweet relationship between a brother and his sister.

The day of Raksha Bandhan is feast time for the brothers as their favourite dishes adorn the dining table.

Planning to surprise your brother with a lavish homemade spread this Rakhi?

Thread Paneer

It takes a minute to express your love and a little more than that to create this sensational Indo-Chinese delicacy!

Spicy marinated fresh paneer coated in threads of flour and deep-fried to a golden finish leads to this delicious snack that’s crisp on the outside but soft and creamy inside!

Add glitz to your festivities by serving these hot hot hot!

Prep Time: 10 min    Cooking Time: 15 min 

Ingredients:

For the Paneer
1 tea cup paneer (grated)
1 1/2 tbsp corn flour
3 dry Kashmiri chilli
5 clove garlic
1 tsp vinegar
Salt to taste

For the Noodle Threads
1/2 tea cup rice noodle or very thinly cut samosa patti
1/2 teacup plain flour + 1 cup water
Oil for deep fry

Method:

  1. Boil the kashmiri chilli and garlic with little water and make a paste
  2. Mix paneer, chilli garlic paste, vinegar and salt
  3. Divide it into 8 to 10 equal part and make a flat ball
  4. Mix plain flour with water and make thin paste
  5. Dip the ball in the paste and rub it in rice noodle or samosa patti
  6. Deep fry and serve hot
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2 thoughts on “Thread Paneer

  1. Thank you for such a jatpat and something different recepie , very taste too. Will like
    to learn and try more recepies

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