Paneer Frankie

 Well..I am giving all my readers a break from my cabbage marathon:-), it is not paneer marathon...This week I will be blogging 3 recipes of street food :-)For the final week of BM#26, I chose street food-Kid's delight...since there were so many street food reicpes which my daughters loves and I had not yet blogged about it. I remember that we had our first frankie in a shop outside Globus in chennai, It was hot, tasty and the best part is that we need not wait for a long time, for our orders to come in, The guy behind the stall was super fast and we had two frankie's each!!!

Whole wheat flour    1 1/2 cup
All purpose flour       1/2 cup
Salt                              a pinch
Oil                               1 tsp
Cumin seeds            1/4 tsp
Onion                        1
Tomato                      2
Paneer                      200gms
Ginger Garlic paste  1tsp
Red chilli powder      1tsp
Turmeric powder       1/4 tsp
Coriander  powder     1 tsp
Cumin powder            1/2 tsp
Garam Masala             1 tsp
Amchur powder           1/2 tsp
Salt                               to taste
Oil                               1 tbsp
Onion                         1
Chat masala              2tsp
Coriander                  2tbsp

Combine the two flours with salt in a bowl.
Add the oil to it and mix well.
Now just water little by little and knead it into a pliable dough.
Apply little oil on it , cover it and let it rest for some time.
Make small balls from this dough
Roll out each ball into a thin roti
Cook on both the sides till small brown spots start to appear
Remove it from the tawa. Make all the rotis like wise
Heat a pan with oil and add the cumin seeds. When this sizzles, add the cut onions and saute till it becomes transparent. Now add the ginger garlic paste and saute for a minute
Now dunk in the cut tomatoes and mix well. Let it cook on a low flame for 3-4 minutes. It starts to get mushy now.
Now add all the dry masala powders and salt, mix well and cook  for 3 minutes. Add the paneer cubes now and cook till the moisture starts  to evaporate.. Switch off the fire and let it cool

Take a prepared roti on a work surface
Keep a portion of the prepared filling in the centeer
Sprinkle very little chat masala on it
Now add the fresh cut onions and cut coriander on this
Roll it like this as shown here
Serve it to your kids!!!They will be delighted and the adults at home too:-)
 Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#26
Linking this to Kid's delight-Street food hosted by Simply Tadka and started by Srivalli

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