Recipe source: Raks kitchen
1) Paneer cubed – 1 cup
2) Onion cubed – 2 nos
3) Tomatoes chopped – 2 big
4) Capsicum – 1 cubed
5) Ginger finely chopped – 1 t sp
6) Green chillies, slit – 2 nos
7) Red chilli powder – 1 to 1 1/2 tsp
8) Coriander powder – 1 tbsp
9) Garam masala – 3/4 tsp
10) Turmeric powder – 1/ 4 tsp
11) Kasoori methi, crushed with hands – 1 tsp
12) Coriander leaves chopped – 2 tbsp
Oil – 3 tbsp
Coriander seeds – 1 tsp
Heat oil in a pan, add crushed coriander seeds. Fry ginger for a minute. Saute chopped onion and green chillies. Cook until transparent. Add chopped tomatoes and salt. Now add chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder and garam masala. Cook tomatoes till it starts to leave oil . Add capsicum and fry for two minutes. Add the paneer cubes and kasoori methi. Add half cup of water and cook till the masala coats the paneer well. Now add the coriander leaves.
Note: Place paneer cubes in warm water for half an hour before cooking to make it soft.
Care should be taken not to overcook the capsicum. It should be green and crunchy.
25 thoughts on “Kadai Paneer”
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Nice side for chapathis. yum
deliciousanoennu test cheyyam . ketto!
yummy n delcious !!
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lovely and delicious dish.
Looks rich n delicious… Awesome clicks
Kadai paneer looks delicious love it.
looks so yummy and delicious..
Droolworthy gravy, loved it…
Delicious and rich dish.
Paneer and capsicum, they go together so well..
very yummy n fav recipe dear..
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yummy paneer… glad to follow u…
Looks yum and this is one of my fav..Thanks for following me and I 'm glad to follow u dear..
my favorite recipe beena…lovely!
wow too good..
Delicious and yummy paneer.
Kadhai paneer looks delicious and easy to make!
Yummy and delicious kadai paneer..
Delicious looking paneer dish dear!!! I want more gravy please 😉
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