It may sound like a strange fusion but it was sooo good and I ate so much it hurts to breathe. Evie ate as much as I did!
I took two different recipes and put them together for this meal and it worked. I used a bottled cilantro chutney to drizzle, which would have been even better if I had the time to make my own version.
For the paneer there really wasn’t a measured recipe so I just make a guess at amounts.
For the spinach flatbreads I pretty much used Jhuls recipe, but I used about 5-6 tbsp of water to get the dough to come together.
For the paneer I followed SJ’s instructions, used a mixure of about 1tsp of each, chilli powder, coriander, salt, cumin and a garam masala that I had in the cupboard. Basically combined spices them tossed the slices of paneer with the spices and a drizzle of canola oil then grilled.
Make onion and pepper mixture with some tomato to top.
Place all on flatbread and drizzle with cilantro chutney and tamarind sauce.
Ooooh. You know, I don’t thing I’ve ever tried paneer. Should do that right? This looks scrumptious!
I only tried it last year for the first time as an appetizer at our favourite Indian restaurant. They do paneer pakoras which Evie lives and can nearly eat her body weight in. I will definitely make it this way again.
looks great! 🙂
This looks REALLY good.
It really was, and kid approved.
Omg … I can’t wait to try’em out! 🙂
Have a great day ❤