How To Make Paneer Rolls At Home

Paneer rolls have a special place in indian cuisine. It’s loved by all kids and adults.

We make paneer rolls so often that it did not occur uptill now to make a video or a post about it.

Last week I made paneer rolls and posted in my Instagram stories and my DM was filled for recipe and I realised I need to do a post about it.

So this time fortunately I got enough time to shoot a quick video.

Here’s the link. If you like my recipes do like, share comment and subscribe to my channel, it would mean so much to me.

The paneer sabji made in the video can be uses in Sandwich too. Or even use it with roti for brunch or dinner.

It’s so easy but very very tasty. Speaking of easy and tasty try my instant grilled paneer rolls, toasted paneer bhurji hot dog rolls, crispy spring rolls, baked bread rolls.

You can also add more Chinese sauces or ready sauces for flavor as per your choice.

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Directions to make Paneer Rolls at home-

Makes 6-7 rolls with generous filling

Ingredients-

200 Fresh Paneer/ Cottage Cheese

1 Sliced Onion

1 Sliced Capsicum

Salt as per taste

Pepper as per taste

1 tbsp soy sauce

2-3 tbsp ketchup

Method-

In a heavy bottom pan heat any oil of your choice. I have used olive oil.

Once heated add onion and capsicum.

You don’t need to cook them for too long as you need them crunchy.

Add salt & pepper as per your taste.

Now add paneer and cook for 2-3 mins. Keep turning.

Add soy sauce and ketchup.

Mix and the paneer filling is ready.

For the rolls make a regular dough with atta and make rotis.

I like to make big rotis so then when I fill the rolls I have enough space to rolls them.

Now place roti on a flat surface and spread mayo on top. Use any mayo of your choice.

Now place any salad of your choice.

Place paneer filling on top.

Tightly roll them in a butter paper or foil.

Serve hot! Enjoy.

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14 Comments

  1. Seema Bardeskar

    Me and my family are very fond of rolls and Frankies. Paneer rolls, chicken kathi rolls and even egg rolls work out for us on busy days.

  2. This recipe looks tempting. I guess paneer rolls are everyone’s favourite. The way you’ve shared the recipe, it all looks very easy and quick…

    I am rushing towards my kitchen, I am feeling hungry… πŸ˜‰

  3. Priya Barasia

    This is so easy! I was literally craving for my collage style rolls and did many experiments to replicate that, all were unsuccessful! I’m definitely trying this tonight for dinner 😍

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