Paneer Roll Recipe: Best Ever Paneer Wrap Packed With Delicious & Flavorful Filling

Nothing beats a good kathi roll, and paneer kathi rolls are not only delicious but packed with flavours and equally healthy. With a lip-smacking and succulent filling, learn how to make paneer kathi roll at home.

Published On Apr 25, 2024 | Updated On Apr 25, 2024


Paneer kathi rolls are healthy as well as filling, packed with flavours and absolutely delicious. Paneer rolls are something that you can never get bored of and have at any time of the day, for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a snack. Paneer kathi rolls are also a great option for packed lunch boxes and are loved by kids as well. Prepared from homemade parathas or rotis, and paneer marinated in a variety of spices along with vegetables, paneer rolls are actually quite simple to make. An easy paneer roll is completely vegetarian and full of protein and essential nutrients. You can even customise and prepare paneer kathi roll recipes in a number of ways. Check out this simple paneer kathi roll recipe for a quick healthy and tasty portable lunch or snack option.

  1. 4 rotis/ parathas or tortilla 
  2. 200 grams of paneer cut into long pieces or cubes
  3. 4 tbsp curd
  4. 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
  5. 1 tsp chilli powder
  6. 2 tsp lemon juice
  7. 1 tbsp oil
  8. Salt to taste
  9. 4 tbsp tomato ketchup
  10. 1 onion, thinly sliced
  11. 1 tomato, thinly sliced
  12. 1 bell pepper, thinly sliced
  13. 2 cups shredded lettuce

  1. Add the curd, chilli powder, ginger garlic paste, lemon juice, oil and salt into a bowl and mix well. 
  2. Add the paneer pieces to the mixture and leave for marination for about 30 minutes.
  3. Heat a grilling pan on high heat, and grill the paneer pieces on both sides until the pieces have a charred mark. 
  4. Take the tortilla, rotis or paranthas as per your preference. Add to it a little bit of ketchup and then add the grilled paneer pieces over it. 
  5. Top the paneer pieces with slices of tomato and onions along with the lettuce and bell peppers.
  6. Roll them over from both sides, wrap them in foil paper and serve hot or at normal room temperature.

Pro tip: You can add green chutney instead of tomato ketchup for a more Indianised flavour. 


1. Are paneer kathi rolls and paneer frankie the same?
Kathi rolls and frankies are different since frankies essentially have a layer of fried egg which kathi rolls do not.

2. How can paneer rolls be made vegan?
To opt for a vegan paneer roll, you can substitute the paneer with tofu.

3. Can paneer rolls be refrigerated? 
You can refrigerate paneer rolls, however they have a tendency to turn soggy if not consumed fresh. 

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