- 125 grams Paneer (cheese)grated
- 2 medium-sized Potatoesgrated
- 1 cup Breadcrumbs
- 1 medium Onionchopped finely
- half tbsp Garlic paste
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp pepper
- 1 cup Parsley
- 4 to 5 Mozzarellaslices
- 1 bowl Mint chutney
- 2-inch cube Butter
- 1 tbsp garliccrushed
- 4 tbsp Ketchupor tomato paste
- half tbsp Chilli flakes
- half tbsp salt
- half tbsp pepper
- 3 tbsp Corn flour paste
- 1 eggbeaten
- 1 cup Bread crumbs
- 1 tbsp Whole wheat
- half cup Boiled water
It’s always amusing and delightful to hear the word ‘cheese’ or ‘paneer’ whenever we sit and discuss something related to food. It’s undoubtedly known that 4 out of 5 people love t have cheese in their lives, and they will never get enough of it. Cheese is widely known in the field of cooking because of its rich and tasty flavor that adds more life to the dish.
Cheese gives life to many dishes, even if one is not commonly made with it. People love making their main and side dishes, including some cheese, to give more flavors to the dishes. Cheese love is so universal that many cheese lovers widely eat cheese sticks as a snack. It is also said that cheese is also suitable for growing kids, especially toddlers.
Munching on cheese sticks fried with breadcrumbs and beaten eggs is also one of the most commonly consumed snacks around the words. We can jot down a whole list of cheese dishes that are loved throughout the planet, but today we are just going to share a unique recipe can that liven up your get together occasion menu with a bang.
GRAB THE PANEER AND START COOKING!
You must have heard about steaks and meat dishes quite well. Also, you must be aware of their techniques and directions to make the perfect steaks. Today we will be adding a little twist to this dish. You will be making a steak with PANEER! Yes, now won’t that be amazing. Instead of using any meat, we will be guiding you on how to cook cheese in the form of steak.
Now don’t be surprised as it may sound like a cheesy meat steak recipe at first, but when you look into it, you will realize it’s the paneer itself made into steak. Still not getting the idea? Just read the recipe carefully, and you will know.
Paneer steak is a patty created with cheese and formed into steak shape. It’s cooked like a steak, but it will be more different in taste and texture. Go ahead! Try it!
Grab a big bowl and mix paneer, potatoes, breadcrumbs, onions, garlic paste, salt, and pepper and mix them well until everything is joined together.
Please take a little mixture in hand and roll it into a medium-size ball. Keep the size standard of turning it into a patty later. You can create as many as you can, and set them aside.
Let them sit for 15-20 minutes and flatten them into a form of thin patties. Use a foil paper underneath so patties won’t stick to the tray.
Cut the mozzarella slices into four with a knife and put a little mint chutney, parsley, and add one part of the mozzarella slice on top of the patty. Place another patty on top and join them together. Make as many as possible.
Apply some oil with a brush and cover the patties with bread crumbs. Set them aside to settle down in the fridge for 30 minutes.
To prepare the sauce for paneer steaks, pre-eat the frying pan and add butter, crushed garlic, ketchup or tomato puree, salt, pepper, chili powder, or fakes and cornstarch paste and water. Mix and cook them well for 15 minutes. Pour the sauce in a bowl to let cool and set it aside.
Prepare another pan and add some oil for frying. Shallow fry the paneer steaks on low heat, so whole steak is cooked thoroughly. Give time to both sides until fully cooked.
Serve hot with a fresh red sauce prepared for steaks and any other seasoning of your choice.