Paneer Tikka Masala is a gravy version of the popular starter, Paneer Tikka

Paneer Tikka Masala

Recently I had posted the recipe for Paneer Tikka, the starter. This is an extension of that recipe and the result is Paneer Tikka Masala, a gravy-based side dish for rotis. I am not a big eater and so avoid soups and starters (or then eat only those) in favour of

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Paneer Do Pyaza | Paneer Dopiaza

Paneer Do Pyaza is a dish that essentially has two ingredients—paneer and onions—which are cooked in a variety of spices. The onion plays a starring role in this dish; grated onion is used in the marinade and finely sliced onions are used in the making of the curry base. Hence the name, Do Pyaza or Dopiaza, which literally means “with two onions”.

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Paneer Kali Mirch (Cottage Cheese in a Yogurt and Pepper Gravy)

Paneer is something I always have on hand because you can always make a quick curry or Paneer Biryani at the end of a log working day. This past week, as we were enjoying a long weekend, we were looking for something different yet not too taxing. Browsing through the millions of

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Paneer Kofta (Cottage Cheese Balls in Yogurt Gravy)

When I saw the pics on Anjana’s recipe for Paneer Kofta Korma {Indian Cottage Cheese Balls In A Delicate Yogurt Sauce}, I knew I had to try it as soon as I could. I know from practice that Anjana’s recipes are foolproof and absolutely delicious. Regular readers of this blog will remember

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Achari Paneer (Cottage Cheese in a Spicy Yogurt Gravy)

A few weeks ago, I posted the recipe for Dahiwale Achari Baingan and it proved to be a hit with many of my fellow bloggers, not to mention my family. This time I decided to try this recipe with Paneer and it turned out just as super delicious. As a

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Mutter Paneer – Recipe from Everest Kitchen King Masala Box

A couple of days ago I had some absolutely fresh Paneer at home but did not want to make any of the usual dishes; be it the Traditional Mutter Paneer, Paneer Bhurji, or Mughlai Paneer. While I was scratching my head wondering what to make, I spied a box of Everest

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