A simple curry with methi leaves, tomato, paneer to serve with roti, rice or pulao.
Recipe to make Hara Butter masala or Spicy Green Curry with Paneer. This is a yummy alternate to the typical Indian restaurant menu item, Paneer Butter masala which is made with tomatoes and is red in color. This version is made with green peppers, cilantro and cashews. Great to serve with rice and rotis.
Paratha stuffed with spinach and paneer. It is protein rich and is great to pack for lunches or everyday dinner.
Shaam Savera — Paneer is stuffed inside the spinach shell and then deep fried until crispy. Tomato gravy sauce is simmered until thick and then the koftas are added just before serving. It works great with both rice and roti.
A lipsmacking combination of Gongura (Sorrel spinach) and Paneer — this dish is definitely going to tickle your taste buds.
Vegetarian version of Scrambled eggs made with Paneer (or Indian Cottage Cheese). This recipe for paneer bhurji has veggies and spices to make it more substantial and is a great breakfast dish that can be made even on a weekday.
Creamy and colorful Mixed Vegetable curry to go with pulao or naan.
Dry curry made with methi (fenugreek leaves) and paneer. This is a simple dish that can be whipped up in no time and is a yummy when served with roti or as a side dish to rice.
Blogging Marathon# 48: Week 3/ Day 3 Theme: Biryani of different Styles Dish: Makhani Paneer Biryani Here’s a delicious biryani made with paneer for all paneer and biryani fans. Paneer is cooked with tomatoes, spices and some cream to make a lip smacking curry that is layered with basmati rice and then baked off (or cooked on dum) for an awesome tasting biryani that is sure to wow anyone.
Blogging Marathon# 45: Week 2/ Day 3 Theme: North Indian Side dishes Dish: Kashmiri Tikka Masala After making Lucknowi dal and Punjabi Kadhi Pakora for the first 2 days of North Indian side dishes, for the final day this week’s BM, I made a spicy Kashmiri Paneer Tikka masala. I actually made all of the dishes on the same day and they can all be served together as part of a North Indian meal/ thali along with simple jeera rice or roti.