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!
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.
A light, colourful curry that is very quick and easy to make, this is packed with antioxidant-rich vegetables. Sweet potatoes, in particular, are an excellent source of beta-carotene and vitamin C, and have a higher vitamin E content than any other vegetable. Serve with paratha or naan.
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.
200 gms paneer,2 nos onion, 1/2tomato 2 nos green chilli,1/2 tsp jeera powder,1 tsp coriender powder,a pinch pepper powder, a pinch garam masala,1 cup fresh coriander leaves and mint,salt 1/2 tsp sugar 1/2 tsp turmuric,3 tbs oil tsp ginger garlic paste, salt and 1 cup water
When we were kids, whenever my parents went out to a 'grown ups only' party, my mother used to ask us what we wanted for dinner at home. 99% of the time, our choice was pooris and shahi paneer. My mother was always nice enough to oblige. Here is the recipe. It is quite rich and hence a nice treat. 1 teaspoon coriander (dhania) powder
Paneer Bhurgi is a spicy Indian dish, which can be best described as a delicious mixture of grated paneer and spices. If you are a fan of stir fry, then this is a must for you. Enjoy with paratha.
If you are looking for a gravy dish to go with your naan or roti, palak paneer is a great option. It has the blend of both palak (spinach) and paneer ( Indian cheese), and nothing can beat this combination. You can also enjoy it with hot steamed rice as well.
This is popular rich paneer (Indian cheese) dish that is served with parathas. Serve this Punjabi dish warm.
This is a traditional Indian side dish consisting of cheese cubes dipped gravy of peas. Serve with parathas, chapattis or white pulav.