If you started late today and are now pressed for time, then breakfast is probably the first thing that may skip. Amid preparing lunch, getting ready and running household chores, there is hardly any time to make breakfast or most of us rely on all the unhealthy options that are available in the tiny eateries nearby the office/college. But let us tell you that some breakfast recipes can be made in a matter of minutes and chilla is one of them. Cheela is a perfect balance of nutrients and is, of course, super healthy! Plus, it can be made with any ingredient you have in your pantry. For instance, besan, moong dal, rice and more. We bring to you one more protein-rich entrant; it is called palak paneer chilla.
You all must have tried paneer chilla, this recipe with the addition of palak is a game-changer. To prepare this, all you need is besan or (moong dal, if soaked overnight), some spices, curd, blanched spinach, paneer and that's all. It would hardly take 10-15 minutes to prepare. So, without further ado, let's learn how to make it. Read the recipe below.
Palak Paneer Chilla Recipe: How To Make Palak Paneer Chilla
To begin with, take a large mixing bowl, add besan flour, or you can also moong dal batter (if soaked overnight).
Add salt, red chilli powder, and garam masala to taste. Mix well. After it, add 2 tbsp of curd and water as required. Now, add boiled palak paste. Mix everything until a smooth and lump-free paste.
Heat oil in a pan, spread the batter with the help of a ladle, and cook the chilla from both sides. Once done, add scrambled paneer and fold the chilla. Your palak paneer chilla is ready! For more such protein-rich chilla recipes, click here.
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Now that you know how to make it, try it at home and let us know how it turned out in the comments below. For more such easy and quick breakfast ideas, stay tuned!