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  • Sunday, October 02, 2005


    You wonderful tasting treat!

    Paneer (cottage cheese) has always been my favourite option in the Indian vegetarian category. Trust me when I say I can eat it every day, even twice a day! There are so many ways of cooking Paneer in Indian cuisine and my aim to is learn most of them. This a very popular dish in the Northern part of India and total pleaser! I've mastered the awesome taste with a very easy method.
    Paneer Matar Makhani (Cottage Cheese in a Yoghurt Sauce)

    Ingredients: 2 cups Paneer(cottagecheese) diced into cubes and fried till lightly browned 1 cup fresh onion paste 2 cups finely chopped tomatoes 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste 1 tsp tomato paste 2 tbsp plain yoghurt 1 cup peas 1 tsp cumin seeds Salt, to taste ¼ tsp turmeric powder ½ tsp red chili powder ½ tsp coriander powder ½ tsp garam masala 2 tbsp cooking oil Chopped coriander leaves for garnish Method: Heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds. Add onion paste and fry till paste starts to dry. Add ginger-garlic paste and tomatoes and cook till tomatoes pulp nicely. Add salt, turmeric, red chili powder, coriander powder and 1 tsp of tomato paste. Allow to come to a boil. Add water to get desired gravy consistency. Add yoghurt and let the gravy come to a boil. Add fried paneer pieces and peas and cover cook for 5-7 minutes. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and a sprinkle of garam masala.


    3 Comments:

    Blogger Nooy said...

    Just visiting random blogs and couldn't help but smile at your love for the Indian cuisine. I'm from the Netherlands but have bveen to India and as you say I can eat paneer twice a day and probably for breakfast too! It's soo delicious, like most Indian food. Do you know Saag Panir? with spinach? I think that's my favourite. Love your blog, think I'll have to add it to my favourites. Who can withstand a good recepy?!

    10/02/2005 03:30:00 AM  
    Blogger HanktheDog said...

    You have a lovely blog. Simple, elegant, delicious.

    10/03/2005 08:31:00 AM  
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