Thursday, December 22, 2011

Mutter Paneer

Hi...
Happy Christmas everybody...:)
I can see everyone preparing delicious recipes, packing lovely gifts and ya waiting for the santa's visit with a 1..2...3........pages wishlist....
My kitchen too had prepared some stuffs specially for X'mas....but as always it will be here after X'mas...:(
Y so?
Hmmm...ok in short we are shifting to our new apt on 24...and guys b'coz of that we had an inspection for the current apt...so we thought lets pack and the first stuffs packed where baking dishes and the books from which I had prepared the recipe...I dint realize then as I was too busy cleaning...but after that immediately it stuck me....My hus told that he can unpack the stuffs...but thinking about the work done to pack it made me say No!!!...So with these things going at my end..I think I will be away from blog for some more time...

Anyways...I did prepare yummy mutter paneer and we loved it...This recipe is from Rak's Kitchen. Here is the recipe..






Paneer-1 cup(cubed)
Peas-3/4 cup(I used frozen)
Tomatoes-2 nos.(Chopped to small pieces)
Curd -1/4 cup(well beaten )
Green chillies-3 nos.(Cut lengthwise)
Ginger garlic paste-1 tsp
Red chilli powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander powder-1 tsp
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Garam masala powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Lemon juice-1 tsp
Oil -2 tbsp
Salt to taste

To fry and grind to paste:
Onion-2 nos(sliced)
Cinnamon-1 inch
Cardamom-1 no.
Cloves-1 no.
Cumin seeds-1 tsp
Pepper-10 nos
Oil-1 tsp

Method of Preparation:
1. Heat oil in a wok and add cinnamon,cardamom,cloves,pepper and cumin.After cumin splutters,add onion and fry till golden brown.Then add chili,coriander and turmeric powder .
2. Fry it for a minute and take from heat.Let it cool and grind it with little water to a smooth paste.
3. Heat a pan. Drizzle oil on it and keep the paneer cubes on it and shallow fry them.Keep aside.
4. Again heat oil in a pan and add the green chillies and the ginger garlic paste,fry for a minute,then add the ground paste. Fry for a minute or two.
5. Then add the chopped tomatoes and required salt. Fry till oil oozes out about 4 to 5 mins  in medium flame.Then  add the peas, and curd and mix well and cook for 4 mins approx on medium.
6. Add the paneer cubes and required water(1/2 cup), and simmer for 5-6 minutes. Add the garam masala powder.
7. Garnish with the coriander leaves and add the lemon juice after you take from heat. Mix well. Serve with Indian flat bread.

             We enjoyed them with these......

This is how it happened.....

Yummy....

Sending this to CWS-Peas at Priyas Easy N Tasty Recipes.



28 comments:

  1. Creamy and yummy curry..looks very tempting

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  2. Yum yum...so perfect for this season and fab pics

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  3. Yummy Matar Paneer...my favorite...Hope you guys settle down soon in your new apt

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  4. awesome presentation............happy x mas.....waiting 4 ur delicious post soon

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  5. delicious matar paneer recipe...love the pics :-)

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  6. Great presentation and looks so good! Wishing you Happy Holidays ....

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  7. Merry Christmas to you and your family! Beautiful paneer!Looks very tasty!

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  8. Omg, cant take my eyes from ur last click, super tempting roti & mutter paneer..

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  9. wow, super delicious mutter paneer..great clicks and presentation..
    Merry Christmas to you and your family !!

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  10. Authentic n delicious combo!!

    Ongoing Event -Christmas Delicacy (15 Nov-31 Dec 2011)
    Erivum Puliyum
    Wishing your family a Blessed n Happy X'Mas !!

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  11. Hope you have moved into your new home and liking it :-) Matar Paneer is an all time fav ..... ur's looks so very delishhh .....
    Happy Holidays n a very happy new year to you n ur family

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  12. very nice preentation..........gr8 recipe

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  13. Paneer mutter looks lip smacking good.

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  14. delicious looking paneer dish
    happy holidays to you and family

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  15. So you are shifting to a new apartment, how nice! Hope you make lots of wonderful memories this New Year in your new residence. Best wishes for a Happy New Year to you and yours!

    PS: Your pictures are so inviting!

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  16. Oe of my fav paneer recipe, beautifully presented dear..
    Luv the texture!!

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  17. Snaps look amazing and marvelous. Creamy and yummy gravy.

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  18. very tempting and delicious!...Recently I made this and it was done in the first round of eating! :) good one!
    Happy Holidays!

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  19. Got settled in the new house Reshmi? :)

    Matar paneer looks delicious! This is our favorite restaurant order. ;)

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  20. Rich n creamy mutter paneer looks delicious...nice presentation!!
    Hope u settled in your new apt n wish u n ur family a very happy new year!!

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  21. Yummy paneer curry...moving house is such a big task,phew ......take ur own time from blogging,and come back with yummy posts:)
    Wishing u a happy new year dear:)

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  22. awesome...great presentation and delicious recipe..nice clicks...
    Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!!

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  23. Rich, creamy and absolutely yummy! Love your space here, nice to have found your blog!

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  24. super soft rotis and yummy paneer recipe..super nice pics....pls share the roti recipe too...they seem super soft...or pls mail me...csl.sharanya@gmail.com

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  25. yummy...finger licking gud...i m ur happy follower now...do visit my space when free..

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  26. oh reshmi...! i love ur blog! ur food looks super delicious!cant wait to try this out

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