Continue Reading at Recipe Junction2013-10-26.
How many of you have started your Diwali preparations? I started it yesterday with this delicious burfi. This is a cross between kalakand and milk burfi. I prepared paneer with 4 lts of milk yesterday with a plan to make kalakand. But after preparing kalakand so many times, I just wanted to make something...
Continue Reading at Gayathri's Cook Spot2013-10-24.
Here is the sandwich I invariably make when I face mid-night hunger pangs. Since I usually have boiled potatoes and paneer in my fridge this dish is easy to whisk. Moreover it is a filling, no-cook dish. If you dont have paneer in your fridge you can add processed cheese although paneer is a...
Continue Reading at Roma's Space2013-10-23.
Kesari Raj bhog, have you ever tasted this fantastic and succelent juicy stuffed rasgullas?? if not you are seriously missing something. Actually i never had a chance to taste of this fantastic sweet until Preeti of
Continue Reading at Priya's Versatile Recipes2013-10-21.
Rasmalai is a very popular Indian (Bengali) sweet prepared with paneer (Indian cottage cheese). Ras means 'juice' and malai means 'cream'. Rasmalai is actually rasgulla soaked in rich saffron flavored creamy milk. This rich dessert is usually prepared on special occasions and is served after meals. As Diwali in nearing, I wanted to post something...
Continue Reading at Padhuskitchen2013-10-19.
INGREDIENTS:Corn oil/Sunflower oil:10ml+for deep fryingCumin seeds:2pinchesFinely chopped red onion: 25gmFinely chopped ginger: 2gmFinely chopped mild green chilis: 4gmFinely chopped coriander leaves :2tbsRed chili powder:1 tspCoriander powder:1/4 tspGaram masala powder:1/2 tspChat masala:1/4 tspTurmeric powder:1/8 tspPaneer:200gm(i used frozen)Frozen green peas
Continue Reading at Simply Delicious!2013-10-14.
Who doesn’t love a good curry? This week is National Curry Week, celebrating a dish which over the years has become part and parcel of the UK dining out scene. The history of Indian food in Brtitain is now almost four hundred years old and not only has the cuisine undergone a great change...
Continue Reading at UK Rasoi 2013-10-13.
Generally in Puratassi (Tamil month name) Month we do not eat any non vegetarian dishes including egg in this month. Though i am not a NV eater but i like to add eggs regularly in my diet and whenever i am lazy and run out of veggies i mostly prefer Egg Bhurji for my...
Continue Reading at Spicy Treats2013-10-09.
Paneer is my favorite ingredients to play around other than chicken. Because what ever you make with paneer taste awesome just like you make with chicken. Paneer is bland on their own, but they just drink up the flavours you add and taste each time differently.
Continue Reading at YUMMY TUMMY2013-10-09.
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