the red chilli flakes and whole red chillies. 3. Heat for 2 to 3 minutes and switch off the flame. 4. When the oil has cooled, discard the whole red chillies and keep aside.
the paneer cubes and mix gently. 7. Cover and keep aside for 60 to 90 minutes in the fridge. 8. Heat a grill pan over medium flame. 9. Skewer the paneer cubes and the vegetables (if using). Place them on the pan. 10. Cook until slightly charred at the edges and lightly browned, brushing with oil to prevent the paneer from drying. 11. Remove and transfer to a serving plate. 12. Sprinkle some lemon juice and serve with mint chutney.image via
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