When I started with the diet I was so sure that I couldn’t taste any of my favourite dishes, especially the Indo Chinese ones which needed deep frying and all those sweet sauces. But after I made the red chilly sauce and green chilly sauce without sugar, I felt that I could even make some of my favourites with proper planning. I did some necessary changes in the recipe and made my favourite manchurian with paneer. You need to trust me, the flavour was perfect and we didn’t miss the deep frying part or the batter coating at all. The flavour depends so much on the sauce. So if you make it right, then you would nail the dish. Take a look at home made paleo friendly my red chilly sauce and green chilly sauce. I have given the links below. If you have the sauces in your fridge, then the dish takes very less time to make. And it is totally delicious and a filling meal.
Paneer – 200 gm
Ghee – 1 tbs
Onion – 1
Capsicum – 1 small
Cabbage – 1/4 cup
Green Chilly Sauce (click for recipe) – 1 tbs
Red Chilly Sauce (click for recipe) – 1 tbs
Tomato Sauce (click for recipe) – 3 tbs
Vinegar – 1 tsp
Black Pepper Powder – 1/4 tsp
Salt – to taste
In a pan heat ghee and add onions, cabbage and capsicum.
Saute until they start becoming tender.
Add in the sauces, salt, black pepper and vinegar.
Give a nice stir and finally add in chopped paneer.
Cook for a minute or two until the sauces coat the paneer.
Serve hot immediately.
Paneer Manchurian Recipe
- Paneer - 200 gm
- Ghee - 1 tbs
- Onion - 1
- Capsicum - 1 small
- Cabbage - 1/4 cup
- Green Chilly Sauce - 1 tbs click for recipe
- Red Chilly Sauce - 1 tbs click for recipe
- Tomato Sauce - 3 tbs click for recipe
- Vinegar - 1 tsp
- Black Pepper Powder - 1/4 tsp
- Salt - to taste
- In a pan heat ghee and add onions, cabbage and capsicum.
- Saute until they start becoming tender.
- Add in the sauces, salt, black pepper and vinegar.
- Give a nice stir and finally add in chopped paneer.
- Cook for a minute or two until the sauces coat the paneer.
- Serve hot immediately.