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Paneer Bruschetta

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I have started loving various international cuisines. I am trying to prepare a fusion dish by blending the Indian vegetables in different recipes around the world. In simple words, an international cuisine fit for an Indian family. A few samples from my stable are theChickpea Burger, Spinach Pasta and Quick Pizza etc.

Now in a similar manner, I have prepared Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Bruschetta from Anjum Anand’s “I Love Curry”. This fusion dish came out very well and everyone in my family liked it. Next time, I am planning to make my own Indian version of topping thereby trying to experiment more on fusion dishes.

Bruschetta is an Italian Snack or Appetizer which consists of a toasted bread slice topped with meat or any vegetables. It is very easy to prepare and only the topping differs from one variety to another. You can be creative with the selection of the topping so as to make your own version.

Basic Information:
Preparation and Cooking time: 20 minutes
Serves: 4 (Makes 8 slices)

Ingredients:

Baguette/Ciabatta/Any Italian loaf – 1 no, cut into 1 inch thinkness diagonally

Paneer – 1/2 cup, crumbled

Capsicum – 2 tablespoons, finely chopped

Onion – 2 tablespoons, finely chopped

Coriander leaves – 2 tablespoons , finely chopped

Cherry/Plum tomatoes – 4 nos, quartered

Olive oil – 1 teaspoon + extra for toasting the bread

Pepper powder – 1/2 teaspoon / as required

Salt – to taste

Method:

1) Take the crumbled panner in the mixing bowl.

2) Add onion, capsicum, coriander leaves and cherry tomatoes. Toss it well.

3) Season with salt and pepper. Add olive oil and toss well again. Taste and adjust the seasoning. Keep it aside.

 

4) Coat both the sides of bread slice with olive oil and toast it in the pan/skillet untill crisp and slightly turns brown.

 

5) Place generous a or two tablespoon of mixture on the bread slice and serve.

Note:

1) Instead of toasting the bread, you can also bake them. Place the bread slices in the 180C preheated oven and bake it for 5 minutes or until crisp.

2) Try to use fresh paneer for best results.

I’m linking this recipe to Srivalli’s Blogging Marathon #12 under the theme of paneer. Check out what others are cooking by clicking it here.

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Az

Looks super yummy!

Nalini's Kitchen

Simple and delicious bruschetta with Indian flavor.yum…yum…

Sangeetha M

i love this Italian loaf roasting with garlic parsley butter spread…paneer bruschetta is simple and sounds yummy!!

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Sravs

Delicious and very yummy bruschetta!!

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divya

This looks wonderful and yummy !!

Vardhini

Looks yum and tasty ..

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Hamaree Rasoi

Delicious and colorful preparation.

Deepa
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Gayathri NG

Delicious bruschetta, really appetizing dear…

Harini

awesome clicks!!

Vimitha Durai

Simple and yummy. Nice clicks

Sukanya Yogesh

Look so yumnmy!!! Wonderful clicks.

Unknown

The first picture is mindblowing. Nice recipe..

Neha

Nice and innovative recipe…

Sobha Shyam

wonderful fusion dish Uma..excellent clicks n presentation..

veena

wow!!!awesome clicks…..love the addition of Paneer

Rookie Qookie

Brushetta!! I love the ones that are served in one of the Italian restaurants we frequent here..Gr8 recipe..

HemasAdugemane

Yummy, looks so easy and tasty.
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vaishali sabnani

I like the texture on the loaf..look really cool!!..lovely presentation too….delicious!!

Unknown

Yumm & irresistable…

Anonymous

Hey looks so good! Nice pics…waiting to see what you're gonna post today!
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Priya Suresh

Paneer Bruschetta looks absolutely irresistible and terrific..

Unknown

Bruschetta with Indian flavour nice one…

Kaveri Venkatesh

Nice recipe and beautiful clicks Uma.

Faseela

something new………lovely recipe

La @ FoodSlice

Nice Indian twist on Bruschetta.. never saw paneer as the topping. looks pretty

Unknown

Looks colorful and yummy

Prathima Rao

Love paneer as a topping for this italian fav!!! Marvelous clicks πŸ™‚
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Menaga Sathia

Simple recipe,lovely clicks!!

Love and other Spices

I love paneer and your photos do justice to the recipe.Beautiful!

Jeyashris Kitchen

the clicks are very inviting and makes me hungry too. Nice party starter

Priyanka

Wow thats yummy….looks tempting

Usha

Yummy! & beautiful clicks

Roshu

Mindblowing pics….lovely recipe!!!!

Aarthi

This is totally yummy recipe…I am loving it dear..Will try it soon..

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Julie

Lovely clicks with an indian twist…yummy!!
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Sensible Vegetarian

This is one of my favorite appetizer.

Sarah Naveen

beautiful pics Uma…loved the wooden bg :-).. Bruschetta is a winner all the time:-)

Raji

looks super good Uma..love your neat pics.

Santosh Bangar

delicious….tempting

Madhavi

OMG very tempting Bruschetta πŸ™‚

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Suja Manoj

Wonderful clicks..yummy

Anzz

Looks amazing. Straight out of a food Mag..! Loved it..!

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Reshmi Mahesh

Looks super yummy…Lovely clicks..

Ambika

Gorgeous clicks!! And a wonderful recipe!

PrathibhaSreejith

uff, look at those pics-mind blowing pics Uma. And Bruschetta topped with paneer is quite interesting and sounds delicious πŸ™‚

Christy Gerald

Paneer Brushetta luks irresistibly tempting.Very appetizing clicks Uma.Luv it

Cool Lassi(e)

Lovely party dish! Very colorful and splendid pictures!

The Pumpkin Farm

loved this combo, seems delicious and also very pretty pictures

Deeksha

OMG These look awesome. Gr8 job dear.

Deeps @ Naughty Curry

yum! what an ingenious way to indianize bruschetta… love it! πŸ™‚