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Simple,and Easy Recipe For Instant Chilli Paneer Using Ching’s Secret Masala
Updated : September 16, 2022 14:09 IST
Chilli Paneer prepared with Ching’s Secret Masala is an instant dish which is both scrumptious and succulent
The origin of Chilli Paneer is attributed to an Indian chef Nelson Wang. He is of Chinese origin and the founder of the iconic China Garden in Mumbai’s Kemps’ Corner. He was the first to use the Indian ingredient paneer and mix it with soy sauce, cornstarch, onions and capsicums.
Instant Chilli Paneer Gravy
Chilli Paneer Gravy is served along with a main course of noodles or rice. In case you prefer the Chilli Paneer Dry version, then remember to have it as an appetiser and do not add water to the dish. It remains succulent enough with the juices of the vegetables. This recipe of Chilli Paneer does not include refined flour or cornflour for coating the Paneer to make it crispy.
Indian Chinese, or Indo Chinese cuisine or Sino Indian cuisine is a distinctive culinary cuisine which takes its inspiration from Chinese food, but converts the taste to suit the Indian palate by making it spicier using Indian ingredients like green chillies, ginger, onions, capsicum. The versatility of the ingredients has meant that the Indo-Chinese dishes were suited to the largely vegetarian Indian population. These are also Indian vegetarian dishes whereas the Chinese dishes contain a lot of meat. Some even claim that the Chinese cuisine in India (made in the Indian style) is the country’s top favourite cuisine.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Chilli Paneer has a mix of carbs, protein as well as a high quantity of Sodium. Paneer is great source of several vitamins, calcium and minerals and its easy to digest.
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