Baked Crispy Paneer Sandwiches Recipe

With all the holidays and festivals around the corner, we are always looking for new and fresh ideas to put smiles on the faces of the ones we love. Diwali, Dushera, Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years, this Paneer Sandwiches are sure to please. What we love is that they are easy to make and since they are not fried, they are a great alternate to the mess of frying. Enjoy your holidays and enjoy these crispy goodness of flavor.

Ingredients:

Paneer
Pickle Masala
Panko Breadcrumbs
Butter
Tandoori Masala
Salt

Method:

1. Slice the Paneer into desired thickness and in an even number of pieces. Keep aside.
2. Blend the Pickle in a spice-grinder, remove all seeds or stones that can’t be ground. Keep aside.
3. Season the Panko Breadcrumbs with a bit of Salt and Tandoori Masala or spice mix of your choice in a bowl. Keep aside.
4. Melt the Butter in a bowl. Keep aside.
5. Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).
6. Spread parchment paper on a Baking Tray or lightly spray some some cooking oil.
7. Spread some Pickle Masala on one side of the Paneer. Place another slice of Paneer as in a sandwich. Press gently.
8. Dip the sandwich in the melted Butter. Drip off excess.
9. Now coat the sandwich with the Panko Breadcrumbs. Coat all sides.
10. Place the sandwich on the baking tray.
11. Repeat process until all the Paneer slices are done and on the baking tray.
12. Place into the heated oven for 10 minutes, turning once in-between.
13. Remove once done and serve hot.

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0 thoughts on “Baked Crispy Paneer Sandwiches Recipe

  1. Awesome recipe with very easy preparation. Everyone at my home loved it. Even I made it in the morning and put in the refrigerator. 10 mins before my guest arrived, I baked it for few more minutes as mentioned. Thanks for suck a lovely dish.

  2. Hi,

    Looks yumm!

    Can I make these 1 day in advance? Would the paneer get too hard? I have a party this weekend and was wondering if I could save some time that day.

    Thanks,
    priti

  3. Hi. I’m not sure how to make the pickle masala you used in this recipe. Could you explain for me please ? Thanks a lot… Love your recipes.

  4. There are several Mango Pickles available in market. Could you specify which one? I am planning to make this for Halloween party this weekend! Any help is much appreciated!

  5. Hi, can you use another liquid for breading instead of melted butter? For example milk or buttermilk?
    Love your site, I’ve tried many recipes and they have always turned out great.

      1. I used buttermilk and baking was taking too long so I shallowfried them. They were a hit at dinner – everyone loved them. Another success!

  6. Wow, so simple but not something I would have thought of. Have stacks of panko in the cupboard, now I know how I’m going to use it in years to come πŸ™‚

  7. Hi, I asked a question last week about malabar spinach.
    Where do I look for a response on your website ? I usually simply watch your videos and don’t read comments, etc.
    Thanks,
    Cynthia

    1. Hi Cynthia,
      Honestly, I have tried Malabar Spinach only in a salad and I frankly, did not care for it πŸ™ From what I hear, it is used in a lot of soups and dishes with gravy (soupy).
      Sorry not much help…
      Take Care

  8. This recipe sounds delicious. I love that i can hear the crunch when both of you were chewing. I will surely try it.

    Can you also show us how to make cheese sticks???

    Great easy recipe. Thanks.

    1. Hi Pinal,
      We have wanted to do cheese sticks for a while but every time we think, it might just be too simple a recipe to show…but I think we should… πŸ™‚

      1. Please do a show on cheese sticks, I always wanted to learn how to make them. And this was such a great recipe thanks for sharing.

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