What’s the best snack that makes us feel full while keeping calories lower, and tastes great too. Is that too much to ask for? If you believe it or not, you can get the best of flavor and health with this recipe for palak (spinach) paneer chilla!
It could be an excellent breakfast option too! It is essential to get your day started with a nutritious breakfast with a breakfast that gives you the energy and strength to rise up and take on the world! There is one better food than spinach to accomplish this. Popeye wasn’t the only person to gain endurance through taking a spinach diet. Studies have shown that spinach is beneficial to boost immunity. It’s also high in antioxidants that make it excellent for heart health.
The other side paneer, which is a key ingredient in this recipe is well-known for its protein amount. It is the ideal food source for protein in vegetarians. It aids in strengthening our teeth and bones. Additionally, the presence of healthy fats helps it top of the list in the list of foods that help in weight loss.
In an earlier Instagram post Meghna Kamdar is a well-known chef and digital influencer, posted her recipe for Palak Paneer Chili. “Wanted to create something that was that was high in nutrients and iron, something that children would eat at tiffin time. This is it! Palak Paneer Chila created of greens as well as moong dal,” she wrote in her caption. Let’s have a take a look!
This is how you can make chilla palak paneer:
- 1 cup of yellow moong daal (soaked in water for 3-4 hours)
- 1. 1lb of fresh spinach
- 1 Tbsp chopped ginger
- 1. 1 Tbsp of chopped green chilli
- 1 tablespoon chopped garlic
- 1 chopped onion
- 1 tomato chopped
- 100 gm paneer
1. A blender is the best way to combine the moong dal soaked in water as well as chopped ginger, spinach and green chilies, as well as garlic. Mix in some water to make an even batter from it.
2. Put the batter into the bowl, and then add salt to it.
3. In a second bowl, mix chopped onions, coriander tomatoes, coriander, and a little grated paneer into it.
4. Then, take a non-stick pan and spray the pan with some olive oil or ghee. Be sure to not apply too much since it will not be healthy or necessary.
5. The pan is heated to medium-high heat. Spread the batter into round chillas. You can either make smaller chillas of 4-5 or one big one.
6. On the top of the batter that you spread put the mixture of vegetable and paneer that we prepared in a different bowl. Cook on both sides until cooked.
7. The palak paneer chilla you have ordered is ready to be served! It can be served with a chutney of cilantro or tomato.