Hunger Pangs? Try This Tangy Tandoori Paneer Wrap
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What a spectacular wrap! As you prepare this dish, people will keep stopping by your kitchen, drawn by the scent of paneer and onions marinated in a hot sauce. You can always rely on this tried-and-true recipe, which is everyone's favourite.

It is simply really spicy paneer tikka wrapped in a tortilla. It's not just a unique way to eat paneer tikkas; it's also a wholesome, hearty meal that may easily spice up your palate. This dish can amazingly enjoyed for lunch, dinner, a quick snack, or as a party appetiser. Delicious, fast, and simple. All the boxes are checked by these Tandoori Paneer Wraps.

One of the most popular and frequently requested snack dishes is street food. especially among younger generations that like a bit of everything in each meal, whether it be something spicy or a bit of everything. These are often met with Indian street food dishes, and one such roll that combines classic tikka with paneer and is served in an urban setting is the tandoori paneer tikka frankie.

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One of the most sought-after cuisines in India has long been tandoori or tikka. The name "tandoori tikka" comes from the fact that it is often covered in a special spicy sauce and cooked in a tandoor oven. Typically, they are offered as an appetiser, a side dish, or even a prominent element in most curries. The tandoori paneer wrap dish is one of the more well-known uses for these tandoori tikkas.


    2-3 tbsp Oil

    1-inch cinnamon sticks

    3-4 cloves

    2-3 green cardamom

    6-7 Kashmiri red chilli

    1 tsp black peppercorns

    2-3 medium onions chopped

    6-7 garlic cloves

    1-inch ginger

    1-2 green chilli

    10 cashews

    4-5 tomatoes

    For gravy

    2 tbsp oil or ghee

    1 tsp jeera

    1 bay Leaf

    1 tsp ginger

    1 tsp garlic

    1 cup onion

    1 cup tomato

    1/2 cup cashew nuts

    1 tbsp ghee

    1 tbsp red chilli powder

    1 tbsp coriander powder

    1 tsp jeera powder

    1/2 tsp turmeric powder

    Salt to taste

    250 gm paneer cubes

    1 tsp garam masala

    1/2 Cup fresh cream


    For smoking gravy

    1 charcoal

    1 tsp ghee

    Other ingredients

    2 Tortilla wraps


1.    Using the lowest heat possible, warm the oil and add the entire spices. Whole spices will release flavour as the oil warms. 

2.    Add onions and thoroughly sauté them. 

3.    Sauté the cashews, ginger, and garlic until they are cooked. 

4.    Add salt and the tomatoes. 

5.    Cook tomatoes until they are tender. Blend into a fine paste once it has cooled. 

6.    If desired, sift the mixture to get rid of any large chunks of entire spices. 

7.    To prepare gravy.

8.    Ghee should be heated in a heavy pan. Embrace bay leaf, ginger-garlic paste, and jeera. 30 seconds of cooking. 

9.    Add the previously made onion-tomato paste. 

10.    To ensure thorough cooking, add all the spices and simmer for an additional 5 minutes.

11.     Add the paneer cubes and fresh cream at this point. additional 2 minutes of cooking. 

12.    There will be a lot of gravy. Water can be used to loosen it up if you'd like. 

13.    To smoke 

14.    On an open flame, heat the charcoal until it is red hot. 

15.    Put inside a steel katori. 

16.    Wait for 20 minutes after pouring the ghee on top and covering the lid. You might also leave it alone until there is no longer any smoke. 

17.    Making a wrap: 

18.    After spreading some chutney on the tortilla wraps and adding the paneer filling, reheat them. Roll, then dish.

These paneer rolls are ideal for a quick weekday supper or for stacking with the chicken version for a party or potluck. But be prepared with the recipe; your visitors will almost certainly want it before they depart!