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5 Magical Recipes which can be made using Amul Paneer

 

Paneer is like one vegetarian superfood. It is extremely beneficial for human body and gives it various nutrients like calcium, protein, vitamin, etc. Amul paneer is one popular product in the market and there are various reasons for it like the taste, quality, etc. Here are 10 unique Amul paneer recipes with their nutritional content. Try all and get the benefits.

 

  • Vegetable Snow Salad:

 

Ingredients:

125 gms Amul Paneer

75 gms carrots, grated

75 gms cabbage, grated

75 gms green peas, shelled and boiled

75 gms onions, grated

50 gms capsicum, grated

Dressing:

100 gms hung curds

1 tbsp oil

¼ tsp mustard powder

Pepper and salt to taste

Procedure:

Whisk the curds, adding in oil drop by drop until it becomes smooth.

Season with salt, mustard powder and pepper.

Toss the vegetables and paneer in the bowl; pour dressing over and mix well.

Nutritional Content:

Energy 136 kcal

Protein 6.8 g

Carbohydrates 6.3 g

Fat 5 g

 

  • Soya Paneer Pancake:

 

Ingredients:

¼ cup soya flour

¼ cup jowar flour

¼ cup urad dal flour

¼ cup Amul paneer, grated

2 tbsp fresh coriander, finely chopped

¼ cup cucumber, grated

2 tsp green chillies, finely chopped

2 tsp olive oil for cooking

Salt to taste

Procedure:

Combine the 3 flours and salt with 2 cups of water in a deep bowl.

Mix well to make a thin batter.

Fold in cucumber, paneer, green chillies and coriander.

Heat a pan and grease it with oil.

When hot, put a spoonful of batter and spread it to make a mini pancake.

Cook on medium flame till both sides are golden brown in colour.

Serve hot.

Nutritional Content:

Energy 26 kcal

Protein 1.5 g

Carbohydrates 42 g

Fat 0.9 g

 

  • Paneer Dumplings

 

Ingredients for dumplings:

1 cup Amul paneer, grated

½ cup cabbage, finely chopped

½ cup potatoes, boiled, peeled and mashed

2 tbsp whole wheat flour

1 tbsp coriander, finely chopped

2 tsp green chillies, finely chopped

Salt to taste

Tomato Sauce:

¼ cup tomato purée

Salt and pepper to taste

Procedure:

Combine all ingredients under dumplings in a deep bowl and mix well.

Divide the mixture into 12 equal portions and roll each into a round ball.

Steam in a steamer for 5-7 minutes. Keep aside.

For the tomato sauce, pour tomato purée in a pan and cook for 1 minute.

Add a little salt and pepper if required and keep aside.

Arrange the dumplings on a serving plate, pour the sauce over and serve immediately.

Nutritional Content:

Energy 17 kcal

Protein 0.7 g

Carbohydrates 23 g

Fat 0.3 g

 

  • Herb Pasta

 

Ingredients:

3 cups cooked pasta

1 ¼ cups Amul paneer, cubed

1 cup parsley, finely chopped

½ cup skimmed milk

½ cup basil leaves, finely chopped

2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped

2 green chillies, finely chopped

2 tbsp low-fat milk

1 tsp olive oil

Salt to taste

Procedure:

Heat olive oil in the pan and add garlic and green chillies.

Sauté until they are fragrant, but not browned.

Add paneer cubes and stir for some time, allowing them to start browning.

Mix all the remaining ingredients.

Cook till the pasta is warm and serve immediately.

Nutritional Content:

Energy 389 kcal

Protein 16.5 g

Carbohydrates 66.3 g

Fat 8.2 g

 

  • Kalakand

 

Ingredients:

¾ cup unsalted Amul paneer

½ cup low-fat milk

8 tbsp milk powder

6 gms Splenda or some other sugar-free substitute

½ tsp cardamom powder

For garnish:

10 almonds, slivered

Procedure:

Combine all the ingredients in a non-stick pan.

Cook over a medium flame, stirring continuously for 10-15 minutes till mixture thickens and leaves the sides of the pan.

Spread onto a 7” diameter pie dish.

Cool and cut into 16 pieces.

Garnish with slivered almonds and serve chilled.

Nutritional Content:

Energy 19 kcal

Protein 1.2 g

Carbohydrates 1.1 g

Fat 0.7 g

 

Enjoy the recipes and relish the taste.

 

Amol Ghodke
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