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Yellow Thai Curry Paneer Tikka


Fusion cuisine recipe is a must try when a paneer lover is also a Thai lover! This recipe is a fusion of Indian and Thai cuisine- it simply has paneer / cottage cheese marinated in red thai curry and then grilled for that awesome flavour.

 

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Fusion cuisine is one that combines elements of different culinary traditions. Cuisines of this type are not categorised according to any one particular cuisine style and have played a part in a number of innovations.Fusion food is a general term for the combination of various forms of cooking and comes in several forms.

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About Thai Curry

Thai cuisine is all about curries. The dishes are referred to as curry and paste- both form an integral part of preparing these scrumptious recipes. The colour of the chilies & other ingredients give each curry its distinct hue. Traditionally, except for one ingredient that is chilli, all Thai curries are made with the same ingredients. Red curry is made with several red chilies for a fiery flavour, while green curry is made with green chilies & yellow curry is made with yellow chilies.

 

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Difference between typical Thai Curries
Red Curry Green Curry Yellow Curry
Red Thai curry paste has more or less remained the same over time, with traditional Thai chefs adding up to 20 red chilies to give it that red colour and spicy flavour. Green curry is the most popular curry in Thai cuisine. The green colour of Thai green curry sauce has become more vibrant over the years with the addition of fresh cilantro, makrut lime leaf and basil. These herbs are combined with fresh green chilies & several other ingredients such as lemongrass, fish sauce, garlic, ginger & shallots As in traditional Indian curry, Thai yellow curry includes turmeric as one of the important ingredients which gives the curry its typical golden-yellow colour. In fact, some Thai yellow curries resemble Indian curry in appearance while remaining distinctly Thai in taste.

 

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    Step by step guide to make Thai Curry Paneer Tikka

    1) In a blender make a paste of ginger, garlic, basil, honey and chilli. Add refined oil and soy sauce to the paste. This makes the mixture ready for marination. Add some besan and the chopped lemongrass and blend them again until smooth.
    Thai Paneer Tikka


    2) Remember there is already a lot of salt in the curry paste and soy sauce, so no additional salt is required.
    Thai Curry Paneer Tikka


    3) Pour the marination in a bowl and add in the Cubed Cottage Cheese and the bell peppers.
    Panner Tikka


    4) Arrange the cheese and peppers on a skewer and grill them on a MEYER Grill Pan. The tikkis will get a brownish coating on the outside as the besan cooks.
    Yellow Thai Curry Panner Tikka


    5) Once there's an even coating on the outside, take it off the heat and serve hot with a chutney of your choice.
    Yellow Thai Curry Panner Tikka

     


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