Paneer Paalak

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Paneer palak

Paneer Paalak
 
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Recipe type: Maincourse
 
Palak paneer recipe, cottage chhese cooked in spinach
Ingredients
  • Spinach ½ kg
  • Onion 1 large size
  • Tomatoes 3
  • Green chillies 3-4
  • Ginger
  • Garlic 8-9 cloves
  • Salt as per taste
  • Turmeric powder
  • Coriander powder ½ spoon
  • Garam masala powder ½ spoon
  • Cottage cheese (Paneer) 150 gm
Method
  1. Wash the spinach leaves thoroughly,boil them and grind them in mixer grinder after cooling
  2. Take some oil in a pressure cooker, add sliced onions and saute till onion changes it colour to light brown
  3. Grind it  to make a thick paste,Saute again in pressure cooker
  4. Grind tomatoes, ginger ,garlic,green chillies.Add this to fried onion paste along with salt,turmeric powder,coriander powder, garam masala powder and fry for about 2 min
  5. Finally add pureed spinach, mix it properly ,add little water and pressure cook it till 5-7 whistles
  6. Now add paneer cubes,either raw or fried ( after adding little salt),and simmer them for about 5 min
  7. Paneer palak is ready to serve, either with Rotis or Pulav
  8. But if you need to have that authentic sindhi experience, eat it with hot and spicy Bhughe chawal
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3 thoughts on “Paneer Paalak

  1. kanchan sachdev says:

    Hey bhabhi:

    Tried the receipe…but made 2 changes ..
    I just blanch the spinach before making paste.(after boiling i add the palak in cold water) and then pury it..it retains the fresh green color and with spices mentioned above i added 1teaspoon of kasuri methi..

    Also cn u pls post “ganthiyan ji bhaji” ..i am craving for it from long time..but dont knw hw to cook it 🙁

  2. Thanks u Alka, for this awesome recipe. We Loved it very much. I just made with 300g of spinach and added 125 gm of paneer to it, added little chilli powder and milk at end. Rest all, halved ur recipe. Thank to so much!

  3. Hi
    I love your recipes! My grandma used to cook “besan ji bhaji” or “aaniyoon ji bhaji”. Sadly, I am unable to reproduce this dish accurately! The tikkis are way too hard 🙁
    If possible, please post a recipe! Thanks,

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