Paneer Tikka , Paneer Tikki, Paneer Taka Tak

51 thoughts on “Paneer Tikka , Paneer Tikki, Paneer Taka Tak”

  1. Wow! lovely paneer recipes archu! I have some paneer and I’ll surely make your recipe on thursday after our festival.

    Archana, I’ll tell lakshmi to mail you details for chatting. love to chat with you dear!

    Thanx Latha :) Oh don’t bother her I will try on my own :)

  2. i have come to the conclusion that you have all of tarla dalal’s books!!! you must be a huge fan – i can almost see a pattern in most of your recipes :D

    Yes yes I have Tarla Dalal books. I am gr8 fan of hers. She gives all veg recipes :)

  3. Hi there,

    I must say that you ve been coking like crazy. i love the paneer tikka gravy and the mariade for the paneer sounds very interesting. Your recipes are always so interesting in flavor. Your pictures though, appear blurred, which is sad, because they look so deliscious. Like the tomato in the middle, I think it looks like a flower. I dont know, is it just my computer?

    Hi Zlamushka,
    Thanx :)
    Actually I am using my mobile phone camera which is very ordinary basic. It does not give good pictures. Your computer is fine :D ))
    The flower you see is a tomato rose. I will make a post to show it clearly :)

  4. hi,
    lovely recipes ..i love paneer and would make all of them at the first opportunity i get ..however can i make the paneer tikka in a microwave ..as my oven is out of order these days :-(

    Hi Nupur,
    Thanx :) Yes you can prepare it in the micro. My friend uses the grill option in her microwave :)She places the paneer on the baking plate which comes with the microwave oven :)

  5. Paneer Galore!! Paneer Tikka looks yum.My girl likes Paneer and Tofu too!:)

    Thanx Asha :) She will love these dishes. We are crazy for Paneer too :)

  6. Arch, tikka, tikki, taka tak – sounds like a merry drumbeat :) Will read the recipe later, had to comment on the title!

    HI SRA,
    Sounds good no, tastes good too :)

  7. my my they really looks good and wonderful recipes. i must try them out, esp. the tikka..love em

    Hi RAJITHA
    Thanx , yes the tikki was really tasty.Thanx for stopping by :)

  8. kay ga, paneer series ekach post madhye sampavles ka?
    such mouth watering recipes :)
    saglya recipes chan ahet

    Hi RICHA
    Thanx :) Aag adhi vegle post karnar hote mag words rhyme hotana pahile, mag vichar baddala. Tula paneer awadto. Karun bagh nakki :)Gele don weeks amhi paneer khat aahot :D

  9. Wow lovely recipes…a good collection of paneer recipes…I am gonna try them as soon as I get an oppurtunity and let you know. Bye the way Archana I made the lemon squash and my hubby just loved it! Thanks for the recipe.

  10. Wow lovely recipes…a good collection of paneer recipes…I am gonna try them and let you know. Bye the way Archana I made the lemon squash and my hubby just loved it! Thanks for the recipe.

    Hi NEELAM
    Thanx :) I am so happy you all liked the lemon squash.Even my bottle is finishing now :)

  11. Today I decide to answer your comments here because wordpress is taking too long to open :)

    HI SRA,
    Sounds good no, tastes good too :)

    Hi POOJA V,
    Thanx and also thanx for stopping by :)

    Hi SHARMI,
    Thanx :)

    Hi TBC
    Thanx :)

    Hi LAAVANYA
    Thanx :)

    Hi MANASI :D )))
    Thanx :)

    Hi RAJITHA
    Thanx , yes the tikki was really tasty.Thanx for stopping by :)

    Hi RICHA
    Thanx :) Aag adhi vegle post karnar hote mag words rhyme hotana pahile, mag vichar baddala. Tula paneer awadto. Karun bagh nakki :)Gele don weeks amhi paneer khat aahot :D

    HI TEE
    Thanx, Tula awadtil nakki :)

    Hi NEELAM
    Thanx :) I am so happy you all liked the lemon squash.Even my bottle is finishing now :)

    Hi THE COOKER
    Amhi paneer madhye bhijlo :D Aag don weeks pasun paneer khat ahot :)

  12. the taka tak is chaka chak..[insert your fav smileys here] – jai

    Thanx Bee n Jai for your mast mast comments. :D))) Yes yes I have inserted my favorite smileys :))

  13. Hi archana,
    I am expecting your entry too for the event! nothing in Yum blog is Complete with out you dear! Send in any milk sweet or Burfi . Waiting for your entry!

    Yes yes I will surely post entry for the festival event :) I will think of a sweet and also post our maharshtrian style dish specially made for this.

  14. Hi archu! I have been getting incoming links from wordpress.com, but never bothered to look into it! After you said today I saw the wordpress news and our blog post is appearing! I must thankyou for letting us know about this!
    Waiting for your sweet and special maharashtrian recipe!

  15. I make paneer tikkas often but have never treid tikkis and takatak… looks lovely.
    loved your shahi rabdi too.

    Thanx Prema :)Glad you liked them. Tikki tastes nice.

  16. Taka Tak post………Very nice and creative idea for paneer my dear thanks for sharing….I like your stuffing of cashewnuts and raisins.:)

    :D) yes the tikki tasted gr8 with the stuffing. Thanx dear :)

  17. Archana, saglech paneer dishes ekdum takatak disat ahe…mi tarla dalal chi hi recipe adhi try keleli ahe…jordar ahe…mi azun paryant paneer tikki nahi banavli…kadhi tari try karin:)

    Thanx Priyanka,
    Tikki nakki try kar simple and tasty ahey :)

  18. hi archana

    I have tried your receipes and let me tell u they turn out awesome.

    My family enjoys them.

    Could u please write recipe for north indian veggie biryani

    Thanks

  19. ermmmm its so yummy!

    * i like to eat paner when i was in the UK but now i am back home so i really miss the variaty of paner especially cooked by my neigbour and relatoves ther :)

    ** i don’t know where to look for the paner here – if only i can get it, sure i’ll try you recipes :)

  20. when it comes to paneer, you can also try shahi paneer. shahi paneer can be prepared with different level of gravy thickness. If gravy
    is not too thick then it can be served with rice. Thick gravy dish can be served
    with poori or paranthas. Normal thickness gravy can be served with chapati (roti).
    The dish is evergreen and can be cooked in any season.

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