My sister keeps talking about these paneer sandwiches that her kids and kid’s friends love a lot. She is a busy bee managing zillion activities with her fulltime job and still somehow cooking delicious meals every time. She will slave in the kitchen for hours to prepare yummy delights and then say “oh it can cook quickly 🙂 ”. But she made these and served them while having a phone conversation with me. So I had to believe that these do turn around quickly and I had to try these Paneer Sandwiches this time she mentioned it.
What you need
1 Medium Onion (Red) chopped medium
8 oz Corn (canned / frozen) – Dry on a paper towel to rid off all moisture
12 oz Paneer – cut into small pieces about 1 cm x 1cm
12 Bread Slices
2 Teaspoon oil
3 Teaspoon chili Powder
1.5 Teaspoon Garam Masala Powder
Pinch turmeric powder
Salt to taste
How to make
Heat oil in a pan on medium heat.
When oil is heated add chopped onions and fry for a minute.
Add the sweet corn and continue frying for another 2-3 minutes till corn is cooked.
Add chili powder, garam masala powder, turmeric powder.
Continue frying for another minute, keep stirring to ensure the mixture doesn’t stick to the pan.
Add paneer pieces and cook for a minute.
Turn off the heat.
This is how the mixture will look like.
Place a spoonful of above mixture on a bread slice, spread evenly, cover a slice on top.
Grill the sandwiches in a sandwich grill.
If you don’t have a sandwich grill, you can heat a griddle on medium flame and put a drop of oil on the griddle.
Place the stuffed sandwich on the griddle and place another heavy pot on top.
Turn sides after couple of minutes.