Kadai paneer is a simple yet very flavorful paneer recipe with lots of vegetables and some freshly ground spices known as Kadai Masala. The reason it is called as Kadai Paneer is because it is cooked in a special Indian wok called Kadai/Karahi, which is a basic kitchen essential of Indian Cuisine but honestly you can make this recipe in any pan as long as it taste delicious.
Bored of having the same Paneer recipe at home? Don’t worry, Indulge yourself in this luscious onion-tomato gravy tossed with a host of spices and paneer cubes induced with smoky flavor with creamy texture – Paneer Angara! The word Angara here stands for “Smokey”, thus Paneer Angara literally means the ‘Smoked Cottage Cheese (Paneer) Curry’ recipe.
What is it with having no onion-no garlic on Saturdays? Well, Onion and garlic are categorized as Taamasic in nature, thus today’s special recipe is all about making ‘Matar Paneer’ with no onion and no garlic. This recipe can also be termed as Pure Veg or Jain Recipe. A classic paneer recipe cooked in most of the Indian households especially on religious occasions. So, if you are yet to plan your Saturday evening menu, BonGappétit is back with a brand new veg recipe to make your evening very special. Click on the video above to see our latest recipe on our Youtube channel. Also, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe if you loved our recipe. Your kind appreciation will mean a lot to me.
Capsicums are my favorite, they are versatile and very easy to cook hence I often think of making something new with them so this time I wanted to cook for someone who does not eat chicken and mutton, and hence Paneer stuffed capsicum came into the picture. Its cheesy and deliciously cooked paneer mix is so tummy tempting that you will be tempted to lick your fingers clean. Though instead of using a Tandoor or barbecue, I grilled the stuffed peppers in my oven. The recipe uses paneer or cottage cheese as its main ingredients along with other ingredients but I still wonder what will it taste like with some chicken stuffing. Ahem! Ahem!
Paneer Tikka Masala is an Indian cuisine where the Paneer also known as Indian cottage cheese is marinated with other ingredients like Red-Yellow-Green Bell Pepper and onions, later fried and then served in a spiced gravy. It is a vegetarian alternative to chicken tikka masala and I must say being a true non-veg lover, I would still prefer Paneer Tikka Masala over Chicken Tikka Masala anytime. It is that delicious
‘Paneer Makhani’ is a slightly sweet creamy dish of paneer, a very popular Punjabi cuisine, originating from the Indian subcontinent, in which the gravy is prepared usually with butter, tomatoes, cashews and cream. Spices such as red chili powder and garam masala are also used to prepare this gravy. Paneer referes to Indian cheese and makhan refers to butter. Therefore, Paneer Makhani is a literal translation of Paneer Butter Masala. Best served with Roti, naan or parathas, this dish can also be enjoyed with plain white rice and onions.
Paneer Kolhapuri is a lip-smacking delicious Paneer curry recipe cooked with lots and lots of different vegetables and spices in a thick, rich and spicy gravy and served hot with Rotis, Naans or Chapatis. Also, it is a very healthy recipe. If, you’re more into eating vegetables to keep yourself fit and fine then this delicious and lip-smacking recipe is just made for you.
A very subtle and straight forward recipe to cook on any day when you just want to go clean on eating chicken and fish but also want something deliciously fine and light on your plate, That’s when Paneer Pulao (Pilaf) comes into picture. The green vegetables and paneer eventually makes this dish not only delicious but also very healthy as well. also we like to pair this dish with very simple homemade fresh dahi (curd) or Dal Fry. So here we go….