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Flamed Olives and Chilli Chutney Paneer

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Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 10 minutes


Serves 2

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  • 7 Black Olives
  • 1/2 cup Bhunabesan
  • 2tbsp Hung Curd
  • 1tsp Ginger And Garlic Paste
  • 2tbsp Mint /coriander paste
  • 4tbsp Mustard oil
  • Black salt (taste)
  • Salt (taste)
  • Chat masala (taste)
  • 2tsp roasted jeera powder
  • 1tsp Green chilli paste
  • 1pc Lemon
  • 2tsp Garam masala


  1. Cut the paneer into cubes of 30 g. each and silt to make insertions.

  2. Prepare a marinade of hung curd, besan, ginger garlic paste, salt, garam masala.

  3. Make Mint, coriander and chilli paste, add chopped olives.

  4. Put the chutney in the slited paneer and marinate the paneer with curd and masala marinade.

  5. Place the paneer gently in tandoor skewers or satay stick.

  6. Cook in a tandoor or in a preheated oven for 7-10 minutes.

  7. Serve hot with olives and nice home-made dip.

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