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paneer achari

amiablepsyche's picture
this is a north indian recipe made using cottage cheese..
  Dry mango powder 3 Teaspoon
  Kashmiri mirch 2 Teaspoon
  Sugar 2 Teaspoon
  Cubed paneer 1⁄2 Kilogram
  Oil 100 Milliliter
  Fennel seeds 4 Teaspoon
  Black mustard seeds 2 Teaspoon
  Fenugreek seeds 1 Teaspoon
  Nigella seeds 1⁄2 Teaspoon
  Cumin seeds 2 Teaspoon
  Ground onions 4
  Chopped green chillies 8
  Turmeric 2 Teaspoon
  Ginger paste 3 Teaspoon
  Whipped curd 200 Milliliter

heat the oil and fry the fennel, fenugreek, nigella and cumin seeds.
After 15-20 seconds, add onions and green chillies.
Stir and fry until golden.
Add turmeric powder, garlic and ginger pastes.
Fry for a minute
Pour in the yoghurt, dry mango powder, chilli powder, sugar and salt
. Cook until oil separates.
Add paneer with about 150 ml water.
Allow it to heat through.
Season and serve.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Side Dish
Milk Product
Cook Time: 
20 Minutes
paneer achari

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veerpradeep's picture
yummy mouth watering hmmmmmmm............
amiablepsyche's picture
i love paneer recipes..
CookingMyWay's picture
I second that Veerpradeep! Amiablepsyche this looks amazing - I'm going to have to try this one!
shantihhh's picture
Oh I am reading this recipe at 8 AM and I am now wanting to make it! I love Kashmiri Mirch and use it every day -I love chiles and this one has such a lovely taste not so hot like habanaros or that crazy ‘Naga Jolokia’ from Assam. This recipe of yours is such a taste satisfying dish. If people cooked like this they would not over eat as their plates would be so happy and satisfied! I am making this soon. Do you have a recipe for Bread-Fruit Curry as in Kerela? I love it.
amiablepsyche's picture
oh am so glad shatihhh. let me search and soon poast bread fruit curry for u:) try this and let me know. kashmiri mirch gives lovely color too.
tulikaalok's picture
Hi , I tried paneer achari today and all my family members loved it. It has a good blend of spices and has tangy taste. Thanks and keep posting interesting recepies.
amiablepsyche's picture
hi Doc am very very happy that u tried it and made ur family happy. sure ill post more. stay connected.:)
shantihhh's picture
Oh thanks Doc, now I must try this. It is terrific when others try a posted recipe and comment here for others to see-yes it is wonderful, or I had to tweak this way for my taste, etc. BTW your children are beautiful!
CookingMyWay's picture
Can you make paneer with ultra pasteurized milk? I can get it from the Indian market but I want to make it for myself. It's not so easy to get anything in my neck of the woods that hasn't been pasteurized to death...
amiablepsyche's picture
i guess u can make it from pasteurized milk as we make it here using pasteurized milk only. :)
shantihhh's picture
Commercial paneer in the Indian markets (usually from Canada) just isn't good like home made-it has a weird to me rubbery texture. Home made paneer and of course curd are far better!
CookingMyWay's picture
I was just wondering if anyone had tried it with Ultra Pasteurized over just Pasteurized milk... I used to be able to get regular pasteurized milk at my market but even that company has gone to Ultra only - I would think the extra heat might kill whatever is needed to make it start up?
amiablepsyche's picture
the negative aspect of "ultra pasteurized milk." It is not even very nutritious to drink, and won't work for home cheese making.find farm fresh milk from now on, not only for cheese making, but for ur family's health benefit as well. I found it very interesting to learn that cheese can be made from sheep's milk. Silly me, I never knew that sheep's milk was something people would use at all, much less make cheese from.sheep's milk is very nutritious and since it contains less water than cow or goat milk, the cheese yield from using it is much higher.
puja's picture
i m tryin let see....shld b yummmy
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