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- Paneer – 250gms
- Green Capsicum – 1 (90gms)
- Red Capsicum – 1 (80gms)
- Yellow Capsicum – 1/2 (45gms)
- Onion – 1 (75gms)
- Salt – To Taste (1/2tsp + 1/8tsp)
- Turmeric Powder – 1/4tsp
- Red Chili Powder – 1/4tsp
- Black Pepper Powder – 1/4tsp
- Dried Mango Powder (Amchur) – 1/8tsp
- Oil – 2Tbsps (Divided)
Wash and cut capsicums into cubes. Peel and cut onion into cubes. Cut paneer into cubes.
Take a non stick pan and add 1Tbsp oil and heat oil. When oil is hot carefully add paneer cubes and stir fry on medium flame till it turns slightly golden in color. Transfer the fried paneer cubes into a plate. In the same pan add 1Tbsp oil and add onion cubes and fry stirring on high flame till they turn translucent. Then add all the three colored capsicum cubes and stir fry on high flame till they are slightly tender. Then add salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder, black pepper powder and dried mango powder and mix gently to coat spices on all the vegetable pieces. Transfer to a serving plate and serve hot.
Points To Observe:
Adding different colored capsicums enhances the dish visually.
Add red chili powder in moderation to maintain the look of the stir fry and to spice up the fry add black pepper powder.
Turmeric powder is optional---if added gives a slight yellow tinge and if not added the colors of capsicum gets highlighted---choice is up to one self.
Keep the ingredients ready and prepared and make this stir fry only just before serving.
Serve this stir fry as a starter and it tastes excellent as it is.
This stir fry goes excellent as a filling in making wraps and rolls.
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