Paneer Chilli Frankie Recipe

Paneer Chilli Frankie Recipe

50 Mins
4-5 People
10 Mins

Paneer Chilli frankie



Salad for frankie: 

Cabbage 1 small pc

Carrot peeled 1 pc

Ginger 2 inch

Salt 1/2 tsp

Vinegar 2 tbsp

Green chilli 2 pcs


Paneer chilli: 

Paneer 250 gms 

Salt a pinch

Red chilli powder a pinch

Vinegar 1 tsp

Soya sauce 1 tsp

Cornflour 2 tbsp

Oil for deep frying 


Oil 1 tbsp

Dry red chilli 1 pc

Garlic chopped 1 tbsp

Ginger chopped ½ tbsp

Capsicum sliced ½ cup

Onion sliced 1/22 cup

Green chilli 1 pc

Vinegar 1 tbsp

Soya sauce 1 tbsp

Tomato ketchup 2 tbsp

Red chilli sauce 2 tbsp

Salt a pinch

Spring onion bulb 3-4 pcs

Spring onion greens ½ cup


Frankie roti:

Refined flour 1½ cup

Sugar a pinch

Salt 2 pinch

Curd ½ cup

Water as required


Frankie masala:

Jeera 1 tbsp

Coriander seeds 1 ½ tbsp

Black pepper 1 tsp

Dry red chilli 1 pc

Dry pomegranate powder 1 tbsp

Black salt ½ tsp

Amchur powder 1 tsp

Salt ½ tsp

Red chilli powder ½ tbsp

Turmeric ½ tsp


For Paneer Chilli Frankie:

Frankie roti 


Frankie masala

Frankie salad 

Paneer chilli

Onion chopped 


Frankie Salad:

1. Finely shred the cabbage and transfer it to a bowl.

2. Cut carrots, ginger, and green chilli into julienne strips and place them in the same bowl.

3. Add vinegar and salt, then mix well. Set it aside for later use.


Frankie Roti:

1. On a plate, combine refined flour, salt, sugar, and curd. Mix these ingredients together.

2. Gradually add water and knead the mixture into a soft dough.

3. Allow the dough to rest for 5-10 minutes, then divide it into small portions.

4. Take one portion, dust it with flour, and roll it out into a flat roti.

5. Heat a pan, place the rolled roti on it, and cook it until it's 80% done on both sides.

6. Remove the roti from the pan, cover it with a cloth, and set it aside.


Frankie Masala:

1. Heat a pan and roast cumin seeds, coriander seeds, dried red chilli, and black pepper.

2. Transfer the roasted spices to a mixer jar, adding dry pomegranate powder, amchur powder, black salt, salt, red chilli powder, and turmeric powder.

3. Grind them into a fine powder to make the Frankie masala.


Paneer Chilli:

1. Cut the paneer into thick batons and place them on a plate.

2. Sprinkle salt and red chilli powder over the paneer.

3. Add soy sauce and vinegar, lightly tossing to marinate for 5 minutes.

4. Sprinkle cornflour over the paneer and toss it to coat.

5. Heat oil in a pan, add the paneer batons, and deep fry them until they become crispy on the outside.

6. Remove the fried paneer and let excess oil drain on a plate.

7. In a separate pan on high heat, add oil, dried red chilli, chopped garlic, and chopped ginger. Sauté until they turn golden brown.

8. Add sliced capsicum, sliced onion, and green chilli, sautéing until they soften.

9. Then, add soy sauce, red chilli sauce, vinegar, and ketchup. Sauté these ingredients together.

10. Season with salt, spring onion bulbs, and continue to sauté.

11. Finally, add the fried paneer batons and toss them in the sauce.

12. Finish by adding spring onions. Your Paneer Chilli for Frankie is ready.


Paneer Chilli Frankie:

1. Heat a pan, add butter, and warm the roti on both sides.

2. Place the heated roti on a plate, sprinkle the Frankie masala over it.

3. Add the Frankie salad, followed by the paneer chilli.

4. Sprinkle some more Frankie masala, onion chopped and some salad.

5. Roll it up into a Frankie.

6. Wrap it with parchment or wrapping paper and serve.


Enjoy your Paneer Chilli Frankie!