Monday, October 13, 2008

Paneer Bhurji

I made this 'Paneer Bhurji', sometime back and it was an excellent side dish - an instant hit at my household.

It may be at yours too! try it out then..:))




Paneer Bhurji (Adapted from here)

Ingredients:

2 cups Paneer, thawed & grated (or crumbled)
1/2 cup Bell Peppers, finely minced. (I used store-bought fire roasted bell peppers!)
1 medium Onion, chopped
1 tsp Ginger-Garlic paste
Salt to taste
1/2 medium Tomato, finely chopped
1/4 tsp Turmeric
1 tsp Chilli powder
1 tsp Garam Masala
1 tbsp Canola Oil

Preparation:

1. Heat oil in a saucepan and add onion & ginger garlic paste. Saute for couple of minutes. Stir in chopped tomatoes and cook until mushy.

2. Add peppers, salt, turmeric, chilli powder, garam masala and water if needed. When the mixture is almost cooked, stir in crumbled paneer. Adjust seasonings if necessary.

3. Once done, transfer into a serving bowl & garnish with fresh coriander and serve with some roti or any kind of Indian bread.

Variation: One can add cream for some rich texture.

Off this goes to Monthly Mingle: Side Dishes, a brainchild of dear Meeta, this time guest hosted by lovely Ruth..:D

signing off for now,
Siri

18 comments :

  1. New dish to me,sounds goog too...my son will enjoy this...will try sometime!

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  2. Hi Siri...
    This is a very nice recipe. The burji looks so good. YUM!

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  3. I make something similar to this but with eggs in them. it is in my drafts. but this looks yummy. As my kids love paneer will surely try this version out. many thanks.

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  4. been meaning to make egg burji for a while. Now this too gets added on the list :)

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  5. hello siri, ur panneer recipe is awesome and love to pass on tis beautiful award to u.....have a gr8 day

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  6. Always a hit at ours too... yours looks great. I omit the tomato though :)

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  7. Looks really good. I cook tofu this way and that tastes excellent too though I am not a big fan of tofu.

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  8. This is a good one yaar.till n ow i have done only egg version..may b i can try this too....yummy in my tummy!

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  9. Looks like egg bhurji..Sounds delicious Siri..

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  10. Bhurji looks so yummy! never tried this b4.. will follow ur recipe when i do.

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  11. Anything with paneer tempts me. Looks delicious! A nice alternative to scrambled eggs.

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  12. This looks delicious!!!! A great entry to the mingle, thank you!

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  13. Bhurji looks tempting. Love the way soft mashed paneer melts in the mouth.

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  14. looks very delicious!!!!!!! have never tried it before...

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  15. Looks yummy Siri... Paneer bhurji is my favorite too. Infact my mom makes the same recipe with green peas in it and it tastes really good.

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  16. Paneer bhurji is my favorite...looks delicious:-)

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  17. Paneer burji with toast or chapati is a wonderful combo na? I usually don't always have paneer so this recipe has worked the best for me.Uses up the extra milk I have too :)

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  18. Paneer Bhurji is my lazy dish, so I always make it with only onions and coriander. This looks so colorful.

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