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Paneer Tikka Manchurian | Easy GF snacks | Kids Snack recipes

I had made Paneer Tikka Frankie some years ago, and somehow never got to making it again. As we bloggers at BM joke, some dishes get made just for the blog and we hardly repeat a dish, more so because we keep bookmarking a zillion dishes almost everyday:-)

So, one day, I got to make it again, and then the elder girl said that although she likes paneer, she liked it a little more spicy (she’s really into spice these days owing to her age, I guess :-)), so there was a twist (more fusion too !). 

As I said in my introductory post to this BM, there were some deviations I took to accommodate non-vegan / non-plant protein source, and this was one of the dishes that appealed to the kids, especially 🙂

PS : My little girl helped me make the pretty bell pepper flowers and ensured I took plated pics of them 😉 how cute is that ! 
So, there you are : a fusion spicy dish that would be a great hit at parties or potlucks too 🙂

More Manchurian options:

Baked Gobi Manchurian

Idli Manchurian

Paneer Manchurian

Low cal Veg Manchurian (no deep-fry)

Veg Manchurian (with gravy)

More Indo Chinese Dishes:

Veg Manchow Soup

Hakka Noodles

Homemade Schezwan Sauce

Hot & Sour Vegetables

Cheesy Manchow Soup

Prep time : 15 mins, Cook time : 15 mins, Makes : 6 pieces

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Ingredients:

Paneer Tikka – refer the recipe here or use your own recipe.

Manchurian – refer the recipe for dry manchurian here or the baked gobi manchurian here

Make and Assemble:


Make the Paneer tikkas as per recipe, make the manchurian dry sauce as above .

Toss the paneer a bit in the manchurian sauce and serve immediately.

Vegans – can use Tofu or any plant-based cheese, but the taste would vary a bit.

So far in the Marathon, we had:


Day 1 Beetroot Hummus
Day 2 Vegan Almond Basil Pesto
 
Day 3 Ram Ladoo (Gulgule)
Day 4 Cream
of Peas Soup
Day 5 Morappam
Day 6 Baked
Peas Kachori
Day 7 Khatta
Dhokla

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15 Comments

  1. vaishali sabnani

    That bell pepper flower looks so cute , Children these days are so smart , they catch things really fast . And that dish , it looks awesome !

  2. Kalyani, Pls tell your lil one that the capsicum flower looks so cute.Anything with paneer is a hit na!! Bookmarking this one too. And like you said bookmarking ensures that we never repeat the old dishes 🙂

  3. cookingwithsapana

    My family loves Manchurian with any veggie. The bowl looks super amazing and those flowers are so cute.

  4. Gayathri Kumar

    Same pinch Kalyani. Even I have posted a similar version. Love that pepper flower your kiddo has created. The tikka manchurian looks so yum..

  5. Totally agree with you. The bookmarked list is endless. Love anything with paneer….this is a flavoursome dish. Super pick!

  6. Hahaha I am yet to make some repeats because I need pictures better than what I have posted but its always later. Same story always. The flower is beautiful can you please tell the LO. As for the manchurian its yum. Love it.

  7. Sharmila kingsly

    Such a flavorful and yummy manchurian.. Capsicum flower looks lovely!!

  8. colorful manchurian. Must have been yummy. – Anlet Prince ( http://www.annslittlecorner.com )

  9. Pretty flower and colorful Manchurian. You're right there are so many posts we need to update or redo. I like your fusion of paneer tikka and Manchurian sauce.

  10. Tikka and manchurian together sounds amazing. I can have his all day long. Great share.

  11. The bell pepper prop looks awesome Kalyani, do tell your kiddo she must make these more to beautify your pictures..:0)..paneer tikka manchurian sounds so sinful!..

  12. That bellpepper flower looks damn cute and hugs to your lil gal, paneer tikka manchurian looks absolutely irresistible, mouthwatering here.

  13. I was also looking at repeating some of dishes for this BM but yet to get it done. the plate of paneer looks very yummy and the flower too looks cute. Do tell your daughter that she is a wonderful food stylist 🙂

  14. Nalini's Kitchen

    Pretty capsicum flower Kalyani,the Manchurian looks delicious and tempting,makes me hungry

  15. aaw!! That bell-pepper flower is very cute. And paneer dishes are a definite hit at home with kids.

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