Sunday, June 5, 2016

Chilli Garlic Paneer


A simple yet tasty starter that can be relished...
If your a garlic and spicy lover then this is so so so perfect to you.


1.5 cup paneer
7 large garlic cloves
1 tsp vinegar + some water to make paste
5 - 6 kashmiri red chilies(seeds removed)
1 tsp sugar
salt as needed
1 tbsp oil
coriander leaves for garnish


Soak the chillies in warm water for 30 mins.

Blend together garlic, chilies (seeds removed), sugar, salt and vinegar with 2 to 3 tbsp water.

Add the ground masala to the paneer and let it marinate for 1 hour or overnight.

Add a tsp of oil to a pan and add the marinated Paneer to it and saute till the edges of Paneer is slightly browned and the raw smell of the masala is gone.

Garnish with coriander leaves.
Serve hot.


I used my airfryer for making this, added the Paneer to the airfryer basket without preheating and cooked for 12 - 15 mins at 180.


*Can use normal red chillies too, but the kashmiri chillies give nice color to the dish.

*If you want a spicy version of this dish, don't remove the seeds from the chilli.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Magic Jell-O Mousse


Kids favorite... Treat for eyes and the tastebuds...
Can be put together within 20 mins and the happiness in the kids eyes will make you satisfied...
Not only kids but even adults can't resist from eating this...
The best part is the magic that happens after letting it sit in the refrigerator...
Have fun...


2 - 80gm pack of Jell-O
250 ml Whipping Cream
40gm Sugar


Boil 1.5 cup water and mix both the Jell-O pack and sugar till dissolved, add 2 cups cold water and keep aside.

Whip the cream until nice and fluffy.

Mix the cooled Jell-O mixture to the whipped cream and mix till combined, this mixture will be thin and watery.

Pour the mixture in to glass bowls or serving glasses.

The mixture will separate beautifully into 3 layers and colours.

Chill for 8 hours or overnight night.

Serve chilled...