- paneer 800g
- mustard oil 1 tbsp, see notes below
- garlic and ginger paste 2 tbsp, see notes below
- kashmiri chilli powder 2 tsp, see notes below
- sea salt 1 tsp
- lemon juice 3-4 tbsp
- red pepper 1, chopped into 4cm pieces
- red onion 1, chopped into 4cm pieces
- coriander ½ a small bunch, finely chopped
- mustard oil 1½ tbsp
- ground turmeric ½ tsp
- chilli powder 1 tsp
- greek yogurt 380g
- mixed pickle 80g, finely chopped, see notes below
- ginger and garlic paste 1 tbsp
- garam masala ½ tsp
- kasoori methi 10g, crushed to a powder, see notes below
- chaat masala 9g, see notes below
- am choor powder (dried mango powder) ½ tsp, see notes below
- chilli powder ½ tsp
- garam masala 1 tsp
- sea salt ½ tsp
GREEN CHILLI CHUTNEY
- onion ½, roughly chopped
- plum tomato 1, roughly chopped
- green pepper ½, roughly chopped
- coriander a large bunch, roughly chopped
- mint a bunch, leaves roughly chopped
- green chillies 2, roughly chopped
- ginger a thumb-sized piece, roughly chopped
- mint sauce 2 tbsp
- sugar (any kind) 1½ tbsp
- white wine vinegar 2 tsp
*This recipe is gluten-free according to industry standards
All the below ingredients are available from Asian grocers and amazon.co.uk, and many can be found in large supermarkets.
Mustard oil is commonly used in Indian cuisine and has a strong mustard flavour.
Jars of ready minced ginger and garlic paste are a handy storecupboard ingredient.
Kashmiri chilli powder is a mild chilli that gives food a vivid red colour.
Mixed pickle is an Indian condiment usually containing mango, lime pickle and spices – we used Patak’s.
Kasoori methi is dried fenugreek leaves – we used East End’s.
Chaat masala is a spice mix usually containing mango powder, cumin, coriander, ground ginger, black pepper, asafetida and chilli powder, among other ingredients.
Am choor or dried mango powder is used as a citrussy seasoning.
- Kcals 1006
- Fat 71.8g
- Saturates 38.7g
- Carbs 27g
- Sugars 22.9g
- Fibre 5.1g
- Protein 60.3g
- Salt 5.3g