- oven skews- 4
- Paneer- 500g. (cut onto large and almost equal pieces)
- Onion- 1 cup. ( cut into large pieces and each layer separated)
- Ginger-garlic paste-2tbs
- Gram flour- 2tbs
- cooking oil- 1/2 cup
- Hung curd-2cups
- Carrom seeds- 1tsp
- turmeric powder-1tbs
- Dry coriander powder-1tbs
- Dried fenugreek leaves-1tbs
- Garam masala-1tbs
- Take a large bowl and add paneer cubes, ginger-garlic paste and 1tbs salt. mix everything well and gently. now keep this bowl in the refrigerator for 1/2 hour.
- In another large bowl add hung curd, all the spices and mix well.
- In a pan add 2tbs of gram flour and dry roast it till it turns slightly brown, now add 1/2 cup of oil to it and mix well till the consistency becomes like that of a thick syrup.
- Now add this gram flour syrup to the marinate bowl(hung curd and all the spices) and mix well. the marinate will now thicken
- Take out the paneer bowl and add the vegetables to it. Now transfer the marinade and mix everything well gently
- keep the marinated paneer and veggies aside for about 15-20 min
- Cover the base of the cement pot with mud and add few pieces of wood and coal to it. Also add some wood shaves and light the fire. fan vigorously to increase the flame.(tip: you may also use old news papers in place of wood shaves if they are not available)
Placing the tikkas on skew:
- First place a slice of onion , then a piece of red capsicum, then a paneer cube and then the green and yellow capsicum. Repeat this process till there is place on the skew. Do this for all the skews.