Homemade Paneer - made from 1 & 1/2 liter milk
Ginger Garlic - 1 & 1/2 tsp
Butter + Oil - 2 + 4 tsp
Cashew nuts - 15 whole
Milk - 200 ml
Red chili powder - 1 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
Kasturi methi - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Tomato puree - 4 big (1/4 kg)
Cream - 1bsp (opt)
How to make:
Make home made paneer and keep it aside
Heat a kadai, heat 1 tsp butter and oil. When it is hot, add ginger garlic paste, saute for a min. Then add the tomato puree, add kasturi meti Combine everything together and simmer till oil comes out.
Add red chili powder, paneer cubes, milk to the pan. Mix well and add salt.
Soak cashew nuts and make a paste.
When the milk comes to boil, add the cashew paste, simmer for couple of mins.
Now finally add the garam masala. If you are adding cream, you can add it in the end.
Else finally add the remaining butter and switch off.
I served this delicious Paneer Makhani with Parotta and Carrot Salad
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Sowmya Karthy says
That is rich and creamy!! yummmmmm
The Pumpkin Farm says
lovely thought Valli, even i think i have travelled far away from the days during college where some recipes were made often, which i hv not eaten for years...calls for a theme... paneer makhani recipe is great and pix look amazing
preeti garg says
Takes me back to the time I was staying with my friends. All of them were wonderful cooks and I have had a great time there. Wish I could get them to cook for me now 😀 or get a chance to cook for them.
Lovely clicks of the curry!
vaishali sabnani says
I think this is a treasure recipe...simple..with ingredients..and absolutely delicious..well I hardly cooked during college days..so busy with assignments...but still would have a few recipes if the theme comes up:))
There are some dishes which instantly bring back the memories of college days..
Paneer makhani looks so delicious and tempting..
Such a simple recipe, but packed with flavor.. Looks amazing.
I'm usually confused too when I have time on hand, but so many recipes to try in my mind, that I don't think I use my free time wisely.
Royal treat and definitely a fabulous dish, missing it.
Chef Mireille says
looks so creamy....def/ a must try
Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi says
very inviting gravy!