Party Palate Paneer Tikka
GOKULAM ENGLISH|May 2018

Party Palate Paneer Tikka

Ingredients

Paneer – ½ cup (chopped into cubes)

Marinade mix

Yoghurt – 2/3 tbsp, Ajwain (Omam) – ½ tsp, Tandoori masala powder/paste – 1 tsp, Chilli powder – ½ tsp, Lemon juice – 1 tsp, Salt – ½ tsp

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