Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Paneer Bhurji

A simple recipe with paneer...Quick to make and delicious to have...


Paneer-1 cup(Grated/crumbled)
Onion-1/2 medium(finely chopped)
Tomato-1 medium(finely chopped)
Ginger-Garlic paste-1tsp
Curry leaves-few
Green Chili-1 no(Finely chopped)
Cumin seeds-1/4 tsp
Red chili powder-1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Garam Masala-1/2 tsp
Coriander powder-3/4 tsp
Oil-1 tbsp
Salt to taste

Method Of Preparation:
1. Heat oil in a wok,Fry the cumin seeds.
2. Add the onion,ginger-garlic paste and fry till raw smell goes.
3. Fry the chili,curry leaves and tomatoes till it becomes soft and pulpy. Add all the masala powders and salt and mix well and fry for a minute.
4. Add the grated paneer to this, mix well and then cook for 2 to 3 min till the spices get mixed. If needed you can add 1 to2 tbsp of water while adding paneer so that the spices are mixed properly.
5. Serve warm as side for rice.



Notes:
1. You can use your own spice mix.You can use just chaat masala,garam masala or anything.Can tweak it as you like.
2. Curry leaves can be replaced with coriander leaves.Dont cook it,use as a garnish.
3. Use fresh or store brought paneer.

64 comments:

  1. heard of egg burji. this is different.nice

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  2. I always bookmark this recipe and have never done this :) Next time I get paneer I am for sure making this..

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  3. very yummy ...love to have it ...
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  4. Yummy and tempting paneer burji.

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  5. Oooh love the paneer bhurji....super delicious!!

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  6. Is there any way to do same pinch thru web? I also prepared paneer bhurji 4 lunch and thought of posting it. But dinner preparation burgers leaded that.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  7. A lovely and hearty paneer burji.. Would like to have it with roti :)

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  8. I love paneer bhurji n this is my fav..Looks great

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  9. Easy ~ brezzy n always delicious recipe :)
    US Masala

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  10. that's an easy and tasy side dish...love it

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  11. Yum! I just picked up paneer yesterday, will have to try this one, looks delish.

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  12. Mmm! That looks delicious :)

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  13. I love this...looks delicious...:)

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  14. That sounds and looks very delicious. Bet the crumbled paneer absorbs all those rich flavors...

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  15. Never tried this but yours looks yummy!

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  16. it ha s been a long time since i made this.nice version,simple and delicious curry

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  17. nice recipe never tried this before will try next time and clicks looks awsme

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  18. Burji looks yummy...nice clicks dear....i love all the pics ...i have never tried this but i can taste it by seeing ur pics

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  19. Mine and daughter's favorite...looks very inviting

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  20. I love ur tempting gorgeous clicks..
    Tasty Appetite

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  21. Love the first picture.. love paneer burji.. my husband is not a huge fan tho'..so I make it for myself all the time..

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  22. I love this...:-) looks soo delicious

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  23. My favorite,perfect and delicious..

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  24. A different reciepe.... Love the way you have presented it..;-) ;-)

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  25. Looks so yummy.. New dish to me..Good one..

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  26. Such simple dish, easy to make & is always in great demand!!! Looks tempting with the perfect blend of flavors!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  27. I like your blog a lot. I love paneer, I could eat it every day. You have great pics and recipes. Looking forward to more. I am following now, so I will be back...Greetings from Indiana...Heidi

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  28. Hi
    Thanks for stopping by and giving lovely comment.
    Paneer bhurji looks very tasty.

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  29. I love paneer bhurji but make it differently..Have never used curry leaves and green chilies.. will try your way next time :)

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  30. This is one of those quick and easy dishes....and tasty too.

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  31. That looks and sounds so good, absolutely fantastic!

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  32. i totally love paneer burji..so easy and delicious

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  33. Oh yummyyy paneer bhurji...nice clicks too :)

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  34. wow...that looks so tempting and delicious...loved the clicks too....:)

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  35. Lovely bhurji - the clicks are wonderful...

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  36. simple, easy yet delicious..love to have this anytime..

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  37. At first I thought it's scrambled egg :) I'm not a paneer fan but this does look scrumptious. Btw, thanks for the feedback on the cookies... hope you get to make it again and click away some pics too :)

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  38. Yummy paneer bhurji and sounds so delicious.

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  39. Wow!!! yummy, they just look lie egg burji.

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  40. woww... i love this to have with chappathi.. wonderful snaps :)

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  41. Very nice, simple and yummy paneer bhurji. Innovative recipe.

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  42. this is my hubbys fav ..i love urs..

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  43. absolutely love it, my husband makes some delicious one. You recipe and pics look mouth watering :)

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  44. i love paneer burji reshmi ! its one of my fav paneer dishes :D

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  45. I love paneer.. I have to try this burji. Adippoli aayitundu :)

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  46. Looks fabulous. Where can one buy curry leaves in the Grand Rapids area? Please help!
    Thanks.

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  47. Looks fabulous. Where can one buy curry leaves in the Grand Rapids area? Please help!
    Thanks.

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  48. @Anonymus:You get curry leaves at Spice of India, an Indian grocery store at 28th street,GRR.

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