Okay… so this post is going to be all about my girl-friends! You might be thinking what all I still have to say… as I have mentioned plenty of my friends in previous posts by now ;) But yes, trust me… these 2 are brand new ones!!! I mean, I haven’t spoken about them so far… lol!!!
I better start my post with a big thanks to instagram ;) One thing (to laugh) I must mention is… we cook, we click, we post, we eat and in between all those things, we discuss each stage on whatsapp every single day :P Yes, that’s exactly what happens when 3 like-minded people get together!
You might have observed my silence on blog for a long time.. and now I’m getting myself into active mode (till I can), I must thank these 2 girls for that! Srujan is the one who tortures us with her super-tempting thaalis (or even one-pot cooking) and we get inspired!!! I, mostly (when confused) bug her for some suggestions what all to cook n what not… and the outcome of a longggggggg (faltu at times) discussion is always a hit at my place! I love experimenting… and so do they both! Now you can imagine what all we must be chatting about…
Yesterday was one such day… I was all set to make Indian Paneer Kathi roll and then got my mind running towards Mexican Fajitas (which I absolutely love)! As always, I messaged on that group asking for some help… and both of them (yes, both of them… Anuja, you’re reading it right) boosted my energy with a super-quick solution (sometimes, silence speaks a thousand words, haven’t you heard?) ;)!!! I fused both the cuisines and tried out these Paneer Fajitas, which is nothing but kathi roll served as fajitas :P Here is how I did that…
All cut into juliennes–
Green Chutney (Coriander-Mint one)
Tortillas (I made garlic-herbs flavored wheat flour tortillas at home)
Spice-Mix (Red Chilly Powder, Coriander Powder, Cumin Powder, Salt etc.)
STEPS TO FOLLOW:
- Mix all the spices in a bowl and add a few tbsp of oil into it to make a paste.
- Roll all the paneer pieces into it and grill it until nicely charred on all sides.
- Once paneer is done, grill bell pepper and onions too and arrange all these things on a hot sizzler plate.
- Heat tortillas (I did that on grill plate only) and spread some green chutney over it.
- Put all the grilled stuff to your taste and sprinkle some chat masala and drizzle ketchup over it.
- Roll it and enjoy when it’s warm!!! :)
- You can choose to have egg roll to replace plain tortillas too.
- And to make a tandoori version, you can marinate paneer overnight (or a few hours) in yogurt based marinade and use it to grill!!!