From hearty shahi paneer to kathi kababas, paneer tikka masala to salads, discover our light and refreshing or rich and hearty paneer dishes.
This delicious aromatic dish is a favourite of my family! I learned to make it in a long tedious way but I've developed my own quick and easy way to make it.
Recipe by: SavitaJ
This is my closest approximation to one of my favourite dishes when I eat out. I hope you will like it.
Recipe by: Susmita
Crunchy, hot paneer pakoda for those chilly evenings......
Recipe by: kavya8484
It is the most famous mishti i.e. dessert in bengali cuisine. It is made out of pure chena, i.e. cottage cheese. It is healthy and particularly has a healing effect if eaten warm while having a stomach infection.
Recipe by: piku
Curry – Gravy based rich and tasty Indian dishes – need no introduction. They come in a large number of varieties and here is the Visual Recipe for one of the most popular Curry – Shai Paneer. Enjoy !!!!!
Recipe by: harshmunjal
This dish is my children's favourite Indian food. It tastes good with rice or chapattis. I always buy paneer packets and keep them handy in my freezer for emergencies!
Recipe by: SavitaJ
A simple preparation of paneer with chillies. It has become a favorite among my friends and family. It is delicious by itself.
Recipe by: amar.doshi
This dish combines fresh spinach and paneer in a creamy curry. It is absolutely wonderful with basmati rice or naan. The key is in the spices.
Recipe by: MC
Paneer tikka sandwich is a popular afternoon snack that people like to have with hot or cold coffee. Its simple and quick to make, and you can add other toppings, like capsicum or carrots as well.
Recipe by: prea_desai
Saag paneer is an Indian dish made with spinach and cheese. It is traditionally eaten with Indian flatbreads such as naan and roti, and it is a very common offering on the menus of Indian restaurants and in Indian homes. Saag paneer is also very easy to make at home no matter where in the world one is, and it can be prepared in a variety of ways, ranging from a very simple version to a complex saag paneer with a range of spices.
Recipe by: Mayank