India is known for its diversified culture and tradition which can be well understood from the wide variety of cuisines that the rich land of India offers.Although spicy,Indian cuisine have got great reputation all over the globe.
This is an honest try to show case some of the popular,traditional and ethnic Indian dishes.The motto is simple- Cooking made easy to all beginners.
Let life choose its own spice!!!
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Monsoon Magic Vegetarian fritters- Paneer in Capsicum Pakora
Vegetarian Pakora/fritter with Paneer and Capsicum is another mouth watering fritter especially for Vegetarians.The outer crust is super crisp and in inside-the fusion of capsicum ,mint,coriander and cottage cheese is more than worthy of a try.This can be well enjoyed with tamarind chutney and of course- rain outside.
2.Green capsicum-2 medium
4.Fresh mint leaves-1
6.Lemon juice -1
7.Salt to taste
8.Oil to deep fry
For the preparation of the Batter
1.Ginger - 1/2 inch piece
4.Gram flour (besan)-1 cup
6.Rice flour-2 teaspoon
9.Salt to taste
10.Chaat masala -2
1.Cut the paneer into one
2.Cut the Capsicum into two halves and remove the seeds and cut them into one inch squares.
3. Roughly chop coriander
leaves, mint leaves, green chillies, ginger and garlic.
coriander leaves, mint leaves, four green chillies to a fine paste.
5. Add lemon juice and
salt to taste.
together ginger, garlic and two green chillies to a fine paste for the batter.
7.In a bowl mix besan,
cornflour, baking powder,rice flour, ginger-garlic-green chilli paste and salt.
8. Add lemon juice and
mix. Add a little water to make a thick batter.
9.Spread the green
chutney on either side of the paneer squares. Stick capsicum squares on both
sides of the paneer square.
10. Heat sufficient oil
in a kadai.
11.Dip the sandwiched
paneer pieces in the batter and deep fry till golden.
12. Drain the pakoras on
13.Cut into two halves.
Place on a serving plate.
14. Sprinkle the chaat masala and serve hot with Tamarind