Kasoori Methi Paneer Tikka (indian Cottage Cheese Grilled With Dried Fenugreek Leaves Marinade)
I tasted this dish for the first time at a restaurant in Chennai. It was lenten season and I was Vegetarian. So when all my friends ordered tandoori chicken, I decided to try vegetarian. And that is when I tasted this tikka. I guessed the combination of ingredients and then when we bought our barbecue grill, I decided to try this recipe. I have written extensively in m previous posts my love for kasoori methi. I loved this marinade so much that I don't wait for the barbecue grill anymore. I even tried a simple stir fry in a pan and these tikkas came out well. The marination time is important though and the quality of paneer you use. I use milky mist and though it is expensive I don't compromise over the price when it is paneer unless I make paneer at home, for which I don't find much time. So hope you will try this dish and let me know your views.