Top Rated Paneer Recipes

If you enjoy a spicier flavor, try this recipe for tikka masala, a popular dish for the British.
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Cashew and Cardamom Fudge Soy Paneer
Redolent with the richness of cashews and the perfume of cardamom, fudge-like kaju barfi is a favorite South Asian sweet. Cooked-down milk, sugar, and ground cashews are combined into a concentrated paste that is seasoned with spices, then pressed into a pan and cooled.  This recipe replaces the milk and sugar with canned sweetened condensed milk and soy paneer (tofu). The modern Indian approach reduces cooking time and adds extra nutrients without compromising flavor and texture. Finely grating the tofu allows it to seamlessly merge with the other ingredients. Edible silver foil typically covers kaju barfi, but it remains gorgeous with the simple pistachio garnish.  Click here for 5 Unusual Ways to Use Tofu. 
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Authentic rogan josh recipe.
Rogan Josh is an authentic recipe from the beautiful paradise on earth called Kashmir. Kashmiri food is rich and infused with exotic spices…just like the place itself. The name Rogan Josh means a dark red curry traditionally made with mutton or ghosth as we call it in India, which is lamb meat. Rogan is an ingredient that adds the red color to the gravy. However the version we make at home makes use of red Kashmiri chilli paste or powder. This gives the curry a dense red color.I am not too sure about the word Josh here, but its generic meaning is punch so I am assuming it means a curry with a punch and lots of spice. I am sure there are lots of ways to make this curry but I haven’t found any Vegetarian versions. It is important that you have all these ingredients especially asafoetida and mustard to get the real flavour.  
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Palak Paneer
Dishes like palak paneer make me thankful that about half of India is vegetarian. Paneer, often referred to as "Indian cottage cheese" on menus (though it more closely resembles halloumi), sears beautifully and is a perfect addition to simple vegetable dishes. It's traditionally cooked in a spicy puréed spinach curry, but you can also toss it with sautéed mustard greens or Swiss chard to add protein and texture. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Healthy Greens. 
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Spiced Crepes
A chilla is a popular Indian snack that’s full of flavor and texture. When the batter is loaded with shredded vegetables, the result is thick and pancake-like. I prefer a thin chilla that’s filled like a crepe. Actually, depending on how you fold a chilla (also spelled cheela), you may have something that looks like a taco or an enchilada. One of the most popular chilla fillings is a mixture of paneer, tomato, and onion. Some modern Indian cooks substitute tofu as a type of "soybean paneer." That approach works really well if you grate super-firm tofu into thick shreds. As the tofu warms up during cooking, it softens to reveal its natural richness, becoming practically indistinguishable from paneer.  Chilla batter is usually made of garbanzo bean flour (besan), available at South Asian, Middle Eastern, and health food markets, or soaked and ground mung beans. I like the ease of using flour and lighten it with rice flour (Asian and non-Asian brands work), which also helps crisp the crepes. Chillas are terrific as snacks but can also be part of a breakfast, lunch, or brunch. Click here to see 5 Unusual Ways to Use Tofu.  
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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Mercy
I found this on another site and have yet to try it out. The cooking time is actually the draining time.
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This Indian cheese is widely used in vegetarian indian cookery, but the paneer you buy in shops is generally not so good. This fresh version is delicious and is best used immediately, but can be stored in the fridge for up to four days. As you can see from the list of ingredients, this recipe is more about respect for the ingredients than about skill!
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AMIBOULD
Easy paneer recipe. Add to your favorite curry or dish. Great for vegetarians. Home made paneer is softer and lighter than the tofu consistency paneer you find in many Indian restaurants.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
Paneer is a by-product of milk and is surprisingly easy to make if you follow these simple steps.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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Paneer Recipe by Tarla Dalal
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