Delicious Paneer Satay Recipe With Tandoori Mayo Recipe
Delicious Paneer Satay Recipe With Tandoori Mayo Recipe is simple and delicious appetizer recipe made of paneer marinated in tandoori mayo that you can make for a house party.In association with Del Monte
The word Satay is a modern Indonesian and Malay spelling of Sate, that is a dish seasoned and skewered, served with a sauce. Usually satay is typically made with chicken, mutton, beef, pork etc, but with the evolution of time, satay also became a popular snack among the vegetarians who opted to make this amazing dish with tofu or paneer. Paneer cubes/slices are seasoned and marinated to make a perfect grilled satay. Tandoori satay is yet another Indian version of this delicious Korean appetizer. So if you want to try your hands on some Indian or Punjabi Tandoori flavor, try using Del Monte Tandoori Mayo. The Tandoori Mayo created by Del Monte works as a magic ingredient when you want to get that authentic tandoori flavor. It fulfills the requirement of cream along with tandoori seasoning that gives a luscious texture to the paneer even after grilling.
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How to make Delicious Paneer Satay Recipe With Tandoori Mayo Recipe
To begin making the Delicious Paneer Satay Recipe With Tandoori Mayo recipe, cut paneer into long slices measuring around 4”x 1”inches and keep them aside.
In a mixing bowl, add Del Monte Tandoori Mayo along with salt, lemon juice, some crushed peanuts and oil. Mix all together with a spoon to make a paste.
Take paneer slices and coat them well with the prepared mayo mix from all sides.
Place the coated paneer slices on a plate, cling wrap and marinade for minimum 30 mins before cooking.
Heat a grill pan or a non stick pan and grease it with some oil or butter.
Take mini bamboo skewers and insert into the paneer piece from one end.
Place the skewers on the grill pan and grill from all sides.
Collect the grilled paneer satay and plate them well on a serving plate.
Sprinkle some crushed peanuts on top and serve hot.
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