There is something so very comforting about cozy wraps of goodness. Most of the cuisines I am familiar with have traditional wrapped up delights and the cooks imagination adds extra flair to the plate. I went with an Indian theme for this meal as I often do, and made some Indian crêpes to serve with a quick and easy spicy paneer scramble.
I suppose this could be classified as "street food" but I've also enjoyed bites like this, especially when it comes from my kitchen. In fact, I made this meal, served along with some spinach rice, for my best friend Basil's birthday.
It's pure comfort food, and really rather easy to make up, though frying up the chila does take a bit of patience, even though they are straightforward to prepare.
|Mung Dal Chila Paneer Wraps|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on December 16, 2013
Tangy and spicy scrambled paneer cheese and tomato served in a soft, savory and tasty mung dal and rice pancake
More paneer delights you are sure to enjoy:
Paneer Mushroom Masala
Mung Bean Paneer
Paneer Tikka Pizza on Naan Bread
Spicy Carrot Soup with Ginger and Paneer Cubes
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