Paneer is a good source of protein especially for vegetarians who do not get their intake from meat products. 100 gm of paneer yields about 18 gm of protein which is good for people who weight train as they need protein for muscle building and repair.
Since paneer is made of protein, it releases energy slowly in the body which means, it does not cause a spike in one’s blood sugar levels, nor does it give an instant boost which drops soon.
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Total Time (Minutes): 30
1/2 teaspoon powdered red chilli
1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds
few chopped coriander leaves
2 teaspoon oil
1/2 cup grated paneer
1/2 teaspoon powdered garam masala powder
Salt- To taste
1 teaspoon chopped garlic
1/2 finely chopped carrot
1 small finely chopped green chilli
1 small capsicum (green pepper)-(Thinly sliced)
1 small onion (Thinly sliced)
1 small finely tomato (Thinly Sliced)
First heat oil in a pan over medium flame.
Saute cumin seeds. Add onion and green chillies.
Saute for a minute. Add capsicum and carrot in it, and saute for another minute.
Add the tomato and cook for one more minute. Then add red chilli powder and salt. Stir well.
Add the grated paneer & garam masala powder. Cook for a minute or two on low-medium flame.
Garnish with coriander leaves and switch off the flame.
Now,heat a tawa over medium flame, and warm the fresh or left over chapatis.
Add some of the mixture in the center and roll the chapati tightly.
Serve with chutney or ketchup of your choice.
You can pack this roll in cling foil. Its a good option to carry for breakfast.