Monday, March 6, 2017

Dhaba-Style Paneer Butter Masala

   "The willingness to listen, the patience to understand, the strength to support, the heart to care & just to be there.. that is the beauty of a lady!!"
              Happy Women's Day!!
   So, for this great dedication of this special post on women's day for one of the great lady, who always inspired me in cooking skill.. I'm sharing today's recipe from Bhavna's kitchen. This post and recipe is all about inspired by some women and I learn lots of cooking by watching Bhavna's youtube videos. After getting married, not a lot but few responsibilities came on and started cooking with whatever I could make. Usually some routine food. After moving into USA, couldn't find some delicious Indian Food anywhere around me..Even though I wanted to eat tasty food but never knew how to cook. Interest for cooking was somewhere in the corner of my heart. After searching for good tasty recipes, finally one time I watched Bhavna's recipe on youtube and tried that , not only that but came out same as i wanted since a long.. My tries and errors makes me perfect day by day and all credit for new recipes goes to Bhavna, when it comes about inspiration. So, today's recipe is copycat recipe from her and I"m sure this recipe will satisfied you whenever u craving for some restaurant style food.. 

 My #foodiemonday #bloghop entry for #women'sdaytreat.

Ingredients:
1 cup Paneer
1 large Onion
1 tablespoon ginger-garlic paste
1/2 cup Almond meal/flour
1/4 cup yogurt
1 small can tomato paste
2 teaspoons dhanajeeru
1 tablespoon Kasuti meethi
3 tablespoon Oil-Butter
2 teaspoon red chili powder
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon garam masala
Salt
Some whipping cream and cilantro
Method:
* Heat oil and butter in a pan.
* Add Paneer cubes until golden brown and keep aside.

* Add chopped onions in same pan with ginger garlic paste. 
* Add some salt and saute till onions gets tender and light pink.
* Transfer cooked onions, ginger & garlic into a blender.
* Add yogurt, 2 tablespoon tomato paste and almond meal and blend all. 
* Add some water when blending and make smooth paste.
* Heat oil and butter again and add this smooth paste into it.
* Add turmeric powder, red chili powder and dhanajeeru.
* Stir and cook for little bit.

* Add some more tomato puree, stir and cover and cook.
* Add garam masala, sugar and Kasuri methi mix well and cook.
* Add fried Paneer cubes , mix and cover the lid and cook for 2-3 minutes more. 
* Add little water if needed at this point.
* Turn off the stove.

* Serve with some chopped cilantro and drizzle some whipping cream.
* Serve with some Naan, Roti or rice.
* Enjoy..

Recipe Credit:: Bhavna's Kitchen