Paneer Frankie Recipe - Delicious Kid Friendly Snack
You must try this delicious kid friendly recipe, where the paneer is tossed in a creamy tandoori mayo and then wrapped in a whole wheat paratha to make a frankie (roll). It's quick & simple & just takes about 20 minutes to make a wrap.
Paneer Frankie (Rolls) Recipe is a wonderful snack box meal for the kids that is rolled in paneer tossed in a creamy Tandoori Mayo. The roll is made from a whole wheat flour roti's and then spread with some fresh and crunchy lettuce leaves and stuffed with a delicious Del Monte Tandoori Mayo Paneer.
The addition of Tandoori mayo gives a creamy and delicious tandoori flavor to the toasted paneer and makes the Frankie juicy and delicious.
Serve the Paneer Frankie (Rolls) Recipe along with a glass of Chickoo Banana Date Smoothie Recipe as an after school snack or even for a Saturday afternoon kids party with their friends.
How to make Paneer Frankie Recipe - Delicious Kid Friendly Snack
To begin making the Healthy Paneer Frankie (Rolls) Recipe prep all the ingredients and keep them ready.
Make the whole wheat paratha according to the Tawa Paratha Recipe; cook the parathas in ghee or oil and keep aside.
Heat oil in a saucepan over medium heat; add the red capsicum and onion and roast them well till it soft and tender. Once the capsicum and onion are tender, add the cut paneer pieces, the Del Monte Tandoori Mayo and toss until well coated. Avoid over cooking the paneer at this stage as it can make the paneer rubbery.
Spread the aluminium foil on the flat surface and place the tawa paratha over it. Next, place the lettuce evenly over the paratha, add spoon two tablespoons of the paneer filling over one side of the frankie. Roll the paneer frankie tightly till the other end.
Fold the ends of the paneer frankie to pack it tightly in the aluminum foil on all sides. This is a great way to carry a frankie to picnics or a party. All you have to do later is to warm it in the oven at 200 C for 5 minutes and then cut it in the center and serve.
Serve the Paneer Frankie (Rolls) Recipe along with a glass of Indian Spiced Buttermilk as an after school snack or even for a saturday afternoon kids party with their friends.
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