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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Paneer / Cottage cheese Khurchan (Simple Quick recipe)

Hi, Frenzzz.. Am Back..Missed all your recipes for a while,But I hope to be regular now..Thanx to all my blogger friends who enquired about me and missed my recipes too.Thats the time I realised there is a definite place for me in blogging.Anyways,today's is a simple paneer recipe.
Paneer or cottage cheese Khurchan is an north Indian style of recipe.The recipe goes well with all staple foods.I just bookmarked the recipe from Sanjeev Kapoor's recipes.This is a very simple recipe and its cooked in tomato gravy.The most flavourable part is the addition of kasoori methi.




Ingredients
Paneer 250 gms
green capsicum 1 medium
garlic paste 1 tsp
onion cut into thick strips 1 large
tomato deseeded and cut thick strips 2
tomato puree 1/3 cup
red chilli powder 1 tsp
cumin seeds 1 tsp
lemon juice 1 tsp
Dried fenugreek leaves / kasoori methi 1 tsp
salt
oil 3tsp



Method
  • Heat the oil in a non stick pan and splutter cumin seeds .
  • Add the ginger garlic paste.
  • Add the capsicum ,onion, tomato and saute.
  • Add the red chilli powder,tomato puree and salt.
  • Saute till the paneer starts to stick to the pan.
  • Scrape the pan and stir till brown.
  • Add the lemon juice and dried fenugreek leaves/kassori methi.
Servings 3 adults




Also,sending this to Bookmarked recipes hosted by Priya(yallanpantula) Mitharwal and Aipi









16 comments:

savitha ramesh said... Best Blogger Tips

fantastic curry and goes well with rotis.

aipi said... Best Blogger Tips

I absolutely admire Sanjeev kapoor myself ~ very nice recipe n perfectly recreated.
USMasala

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said... Best Blogger Tips

wow, that looks super delicious and welcome back.

Thanks for sending it to bookmarked event dear. But, We have changed rules a bit and please go through them. From now on, re-writing someone's recipe is not allowed and only a link needs to be posted in your post with all the modifications or tweaks you made to the recipe. Or if it is a recipe from book or magazine, please scan and post the recipe page, but don't write the real recipe. We are not allowing recipes from memories or some friend anymore as this is a "bookmarked" recipe event. Hope it makes sense. Please make appropriate changes to your post with respect to these rules.

Reshmi Mahesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious recipe dear...

Rinku Naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice tasty looking curry. So simple and so nice.

sangee vijay said... Best Blogger Tips

hi julie
welcome back dear...paneer khurchan looks so tastee n inviting...simple n easy recipe..would like to try it !!!

ChitraKrishna said... Best Blogger Tips

mmm mouthwatering.... best for chappathi rolls.

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

looks fabulous and flavorful..

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious looking Paneer Curry. Very colorful preparation. Feeling so tempted to have it soon.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Lena Rashmin Raj said... Best Blogger Tips

wowww..simple and dellicious Julie...

julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanx to all for your instant responses..thanx Priya for the correction,will correct it in my next tuesday's post!!

Santosh Bangar said... Best Blogger Tips

the recipe is gr8 and sounds delicious

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

Welcome back Julie..hope to see ur space loaded with wonderful recipes..paneer dish looks delicious and very easy to make..!

Now Serving said... Best Blogger Tips

gimme, Julie!!! always in a modd for such mouth watering manchurian!!!!

Kaveri said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey Julie,
You have a neat and well presented space...paneer is daughter's and my favorite...like this simple and yummy recipe

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks tempting....You too have a great blog.all the best to you.
Sailaja