Monday, January 4, 2010

Paneer kati rolls

Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous new year. I know its late but we had taken a small break and had been to a place called Sun Island which is 80 km from Shanghai. Along with 13 other friends we had a great time. We did the new year countdown, played games like crazy, did go karting, archery, speed boat ride and what not. Definitely a great start to the wonderful year ahead. Thanks to all our friends who made it really special for us. Hope that this year brings in lot of luck, love and peace to all of us. Once we were back we were a bit a busy with one of our very good friend's family moving to India.
Well resolutions are a part of the New year.. though we do not believe in new year resolutions this year we decided to make some. Hoping that we will be able to keep it up :)
We have decided that we will make more healthy choices starting from this year and try to be more active and fit. I have even thought of giving more time to this blog and update this tiny space of mine regularly. I just hope I will be able to do it.
Now back with the recipe for the day. I made these kati rolls at the last minute when I realised that we were going to have guests for dinner. Luckily the previous day I had just made paneer for another dish and ended up using in this.
I am a big and ardent lover of rolls and wraps. Though I am not a very fond of Paneer I do make it twice in a month and every time I did I try a new recipe. This is one such. This is not the original kati roll recipe. Normally chapati's made of maida is used. I prefered to use our normal phulka's and we liked it. I had coloured bell pepper's at home so used them up too. The end result was yummy and our guests too liked them. I have just added spices randomly feel free to change.

For filling :
Here is what's needed:
1 cup Paneer cubed (I made mine at home)
1 small Green bell pepper cubed
1 small Red bell pepper cubed
1/2 Onion chopped
1 small Tomato chopped
1 tsp Red chilli powder (adjust as per your liking)
1/4 tsp Kitchen King Masala
1/4 tsp Garam masala
1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste
Chat masala to taste
Kasuri methi a generous pinch
juice of 1/2 lemon
Oil 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Fresh Coriander leaves chopped for garnishing
1) Heat oil and saute onions and bell peppers on high flame for a min or 2. Add Ginger garlic paste and spice powders and saute. Add in cubed paneer,tomato, kasuri methi and salt. Saute for 2-3 mins and switch off. Squeeze lime juice and garnish with chopped coriander leaves.

Prepare phulka or roti as usual and place the filling in the center and roll it to form a wrap. Serve with mint chutney and sweet chutney.

P.S: You can add some sliced onion, cucumber and lettuce over the filling to make it even more tastier.


chef and her kitchen said...

I love kathi rolls...especially the paneer one's..looks really yummy

LENSEYE said...

Me 2ooooooooooooooo

Finla said...

Wow i wnat to have one of those rolls.
Looks really so so yumm.

notyet100 said...

remind me of college days,..;-)

Cham said...

Happy New Year :) Tasty Kathi roll!

Vrinda said...

Thanx for visiting my blog,yummy roll,tempting look

FH said...

Happy 2010. Looks like you had a great start, enjoy the new year! :))

My daughter loves Paneer, wrap roll looks yum.

Dershana said...

happy new year to you too, ujwal. my panneer katti rolls are a marinaded affair. yours looks nice and simple.

Deepthi Shankar said...

Happy New Year. Looks like you had a lot of fun ..

Malar Gandhi said...

Dear Ujwal, WIsh you and your family a very happy new year.

I too like paneer kathi rolls:)

Usha said...

Looks delicious ! A very happy new year to you and yours, have a wonderful 2010 !

Kanchan said...

Liked your version of Katti roll !
You have got a nice space and especially when you can't open blogger directly - this is appreciative.

Padmajha said...

Glad to know u had a nice time Planning to go there for Chinese new year..I have an award for u in my blog.Kindly collect it @

amna said...

hey Ujwal, nice to chance upon your blog :) love love LOVE kathi rolls :)

priya said...

Hi dear,

Thx for visiting my blog....u ve a wonderful space...glad to follow u! keep in touch!

Rachana said...

Hey Ujwal,
Paneer kati roll looks too tempting...feel like having it right away:)
Cheers and Do visit,

Sushma Mallya said...

Easy & delicious wrap,love the paneer filling in it...and a very happy pongal UJ

Unknown said...

On the go rolls looks great!

Pari Vasisht said...

Hi Uj, It was fun to read what all you njoyed.
I love wraps and this version looks so tasty and healthy.

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Parita said...

Delicious rolls!!

s said...

delicious rolls..very tempting..

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Perfect for the food on the wheel!!! I did love to pack such food while running for work spicy and filling food!!!

Anonymous said...

I usually make these with a vege patties. Since I have some tofu on hand, I'll try that instead of paneer. And also need the protein.

Nice addition to our quick snack items :-)

Indranee Batabyal said...

Wonderful recipe! Really tempting:)

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Red Chillies said...

Sorry Uj, I have totally missed wishing you for the New Year. Looks like you guys had fun.Like you, I am not fond of Paneer either. but this is new to me.

Uj said...

Thanks a lot for your wonderful comments.
R.C Thank you so much for your warm wishes

Karunya said...

Thanks for this Fantastic and easy recipe. I was looking for Kathi rolls and I found this blog :)