Posted in Paneer Recipes, Restaurant Style Gravies, Side dish

Dhaba Style Paneer

Paneer in any style or form is welcome in my place. We all just love the paneer, be in paranthas or sabzis or biryanis. This is one such recipe I came across a few days back and was very keen on trying.IMG-20170604-WA0014

We had an morning errand to run which drained me completely by the time I came back. I already had the phulka dough ready, all I needed was to make some simple sabzi to go with. I had paneer in pantry and this came to my mind the same instant. So I experimented and when we sit to eat, hubby and kiddo gave big thumbs up to this restaurant kinda gravy. Their happiness put a big smile on my face as we all live for such happy moments.

Do try this easy paneer recipe and you would make this again and again.

Serves: 3

Ingredients:

Paneer: 200 gms cubed.

Onions: 2 finely chopped.

Ghee: 1 tbsp

Ginger Garlic paste: 1 tsp

Green chili: 1 slit

Coriander powder: 1 tsp

Red Chili powder: 1 tsp

Tomato Ketchup/ Sauce: 1 tbsp (optional but recommended

Shahi Paneer (or Garam Masala) : 1 tsp

Salt to taste

Honey: 1 tsp

Cream: ½ cup

Kasuri Methi: 1 tsp

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Method:

  1. Heat ghee in a heavy bottom pan, add the onions and sauté till translucent.
  2. Add the green chili, ginger garlic paste and sauté till raw smell goes.
  3. Add all the powders; red chili, coriander, garam masala, salt and mix well.
  4. Add the paneer cubes and mix well. Add the ketchup/ sauce and give it a stir.
  5. Add the fresh cream and simmer on a very low flame for around 2-3 minutes.
  6. Add the honey, kasuri methi and check for salt.
  7. Garnish with coriander leaves.
  8. Serve hot with fresh naans/ phulkas or even rice.

 

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Author:

Hi, I am Kavita, the owner of this blog.There are many types of foodies; vegeterian, non vegetarian, eggeterian , so i thought foodies should be called "foodaterian". Hence the name.Like most of you, i too was an amateur cook who didn't know even the basics like how much water to be added to rice?. :) With time i have learned and would like to share and learn the recipes. Hope to get love and support from all you wonderful people. You can reach me at twitter: https://twitter.com/foodaterian

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