Paneer Kati Rolls

If you've never had paneer before, here's your chance to try it. Made with cow or buffalo milk, paneer is a set, non-melting soft cheese which has mild, slightly acidic notes and absorbs the flavours of any sauce it's cooked in. Here we pair it with our Jalfrezi Spice & Stir Sauce and serve it in a wrap for a light snack.

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  • Prep 5 mins
    Cook 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • V Vegetarian
  • Medium

Whether you wrap these tight to enjoy street food style or keep them loose to serve with a fresh salad, these Kati rolls are super versatile. We’ve used our soon-to-be-launched Roti Flatbreads, but you can use any chappati or wrap until then.


2 packs (400g) paneer, diced into 1 cm cubes

1 jar Geeta’s Jalfrezi Spice & Stir Sauce

1 pack Geeta’s Onion & Paprika Roti Flatbreads (or your choice of wrap)

80g baby spinach

1 onion, sliced

1 red pepper, sliced


  1. Preheat the oven to 220°C/ 200°C fan/ gas mark 7
  2. Coat the paneer in the spice from the top of the sauce jar
  3. Place the paneer, onions and pepper on a baking tray and roast for 20 to 25 minutes
  4. Warm the sauce in a pan and tip in the paneer, onions and pepper
  5. Warm the roti flatbreads or wraps and layer each one with baby spinach leaves
  6. Spoon over the paneer and wrap tightly to serve

How We Serve Ours

If you like things a little messy, you can leave each wrap open – that way, you’ll get a better paneer-to-flatbread ratio! We like to spice things up with some slices of green chilli and some freshly chopped coriander to garnish.