by Pallavi Purani

BM # 21 – Day 1 – Spicy Paneer Wrap

There is always a time when you need that push, make an effort to write a post or want to keep up with the vigor and post regularly. Here is how Blogging Marathon kick started. I had been eying on this for sometime now and finally I did make it to the group. :D.

Yayy me!!

A brain child of Srivalli from Spice Your life. She is a super mom who has a really note-worthy blog. To know more about BM and how it started, read this

Details for BM are recorded here. For this week, I shall be a part of the Sandwiches and Wraps. For me they are the most fulfilling quick fixes. I never shy away from trying a new style.

I made a spicy Paneer wrap for the day 1.

You shall need:

[Makes 2 wraps.

250 gms… Paneer [Cut in thin rectangles- about 8.

1/4 cup… Tomato Puree.

1/2 tsp… Tobasco.

1.. Small onion [Finely chopped.

Salt and pepper.

1/4 tsp.. Jeera.

1 tbsp… Oil.

Chapati Dough enough to make 2 large-ish chapatis.

2 tbsp.. Cheese spread.

4… Lettuce leaves [Washed and pat dry.

1/2 cup… Cooked rice.

1/2 tsp butter.

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BM # 21 - Day 1 - Spicy Paneer Wrap
There is always a time when you need that push, make an effort to write a post or want to keep up with the vigor and post regularly. Here is how Blogging Marathon kick started. I had been eying on this for sometime now and finally I did make it to the group. :D.
Servings
Servings
Instructions
  1. Make 2 large chapatis, cook on both sides without oil/ghee and keep aside.
  2. In a pan, heat oil. Add the jeera.
  3. Once it splutters, add the onion and saute until translucent.
  4. Add the tomato puree.
  5. Reduce the flame to medium and cover with a lid.
  6. Cook until the fat oil comes on top of the tomato.
  7. Add salt, tobasco and pepper to taste.
  8. Add the paneer pieces to the masala and let it cook for about 3-4 min.
  9. Let them be covered with masala evenly.
  10. Take them out.
  11. In the remaining masala, add the cooked rice and butter.
  12. Once it is nicely covered with masala, take it out and put aside.
  13. On the chapati, spread 1 tbsp of cheese spread evenly.
  14. Place the lettuce leaves,
  15. Add the rice in the center in a straight line.
  16. Place about 3-4 pieces of the paneer.
  17. Turn the sides on the chapati over lapping each other. Secure with a tooth pick.
  18. Place on a griddle for a few sec to make the wrap a little crisp on the outside.
  19. Serve warm.
  20. Shall put a better pic in the evening. 🙂
  21. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#21.
  22. Cheers.
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