Paneer rolls

I would like to thank my co-sister Shilpa for sharing her paneer roll recipe with me, I remember eating these rolls during my college days from kapila - a famous food joint in Pune. But I guess I had almost forgotten about it for many years until Shilpa re-introduced these yummy rolls in my recent trip to Pune. This post goes to all the fans of "Kapila  kababs" I am not sure whether that joint still exists or no!
For chappati
Wheat Flour/Atta - 2 Cup
Warm Water - To make dough
Salt- To taste
make chappati as usual and keep aside
For mint chutney
1 bunch of mint leaves (washed )
1 green chilli
1/2 bunch of coriander leaves
salt as per taste
lime juice
Mix all the above ingredients in a grinder and make mint chutney, keep aside 

For the Filling
½ kg Paneer (cubed)
2 tsp giner-garlic paste
3 tsp curd or as required
1 big capsicum
1 big tomato finely chopped
2 tsp gram flour
5 tsp water to mix gram flour
Salt to taste
red chilli powder as per taste
3 tsp kitchen king masala (or as required)
slices of onion soaked in salt water (to be used as garnish)
In a big sauce pot add curds, kitchen king masala, ginger garlic paste, salt, red chilli powder & paneer & keep this to marinate for 15 minutes, add more curd if required.
in a sauce pan add oil & cook onion until it turns transparent, add capsicum cook for 2 mins switch off the flame. Keep aside. In the same sauce pan add paneer pieces, cook for 10 mins until the curd gets absorbed and the paneer is well cooked, add onions & capsicum, the gram flour, mixed in water so that the paneer & vegetables are mixed well. cook for 2 mins.
Now spread the mint chutney on the chappati and spread the paneer filling in the middle of the chappati, add the sliced onions and roll the chappati
grease the iron griddle (tawa) and cook the roll from both side until it become brownish
Serve immediately!


  1. Fatima noor03 June, 2011

    this looks very delicious will surely try this recipe.Soni, all your recipes are very simple and easy to make. moreover doesnt consume much time and effort.
    my kids will surely like to eat this kathi roll.

  2. Shilpa Apte Damle05 June, 2011

    We can add besan/ atta as preferred to thicken the filling if required; also adding beaten eggs onto the chappatis will enhance the flavour.

    Can also replace Paneer with chicken/ minced meat and add meat masala to it :)

  3. thanks Fatima.Tell me how it goes, am sure your kids will love it

  4. this article, it was really informative yammy and testy your receipe, I’ll be looking forward for your next Kathi roll online order


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