Chilli Quorn Paneer

Chilli Quorn Paneer

Savor our chilli Quorn paneer for a vegetarian delight. Perfect for adding a spicy kick to your fitness diet.

Jul 27th, 2018

2 Mins


    This is a vegetarian recipe submitted by one of our RNT Family member.
    Name of dish: Chilli Quorn Paneer
    Type of meal: Dinner
    Dietary info: Vegetarian
    Time to prepare: 10-15 Mins
    Time to cook: 15-20 Mins
    Serves: 2
    Total Calories: 767
    Protein in g: 84g
    Carbs in g: 64g
    Fats in g: 14g
    500g Quorn pieces
    2 medium peppers – I used Red and Green
    10 fresh green chillies [I like my paneer quite hot, but you can reduce this on preference]
    1 red onion chopped into cubes
    3 spring onions
    1 tsp ginger paste
    1/ 2 tsp garlic paste
    2 tbsp plain flour [I used this to make it slightly crispy]
    1 tbsp cornflour paste [mix with cold water and add 2 green chillies chopped]
    4 tbsp soy sauce – I mix dark and light
    2tsp red chilli sauce – I use Maggi’s chilli sauce
    1 tsp Black pepper powder
    1 cal spray
    1. Marinate the Quorn pieces with the ginger, garlic, 2tsp soy sauce and chilli sauce [I left this in the fridge for a few hours and allowed the flavours to soak into the pieces]
    2. Toss the pieces in the flour – I used a ziplock bag for this step as it’s the most efficient way to coat the pieces
    3. Using the 1 cal spray – cook the pieces in a pan for 10-12 minutes
    4. Remove the pieces from the pan and set aside
    5. In the same pan fry the onions for 2 minutes. Add the fresh chillies and green and red pepper and let it cook for about 30 seconds [you can do this for longer if you prefer your peppers softer]
    6. Add the remaining soy sauce and black pepper powder and the pieces
    7. Mix this well and add the cornflour paste and mix together again and let it cook for about 2 minutes
    8. Garnish with lettuce and spring onions and serve

    Are there any general substitutions that can be made? (vegetarian or meat options, depending):
    Could use meat substitute
    Reduce the number of chillis if you don't like it too hot

    Any additional notes you’d like to share on when it’s good in the context of the journey, and who it may be best for:
    Can be used in the Process Phase onwards

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