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Friday, March 29, 2013

Chili Paneer with gravy

Yum
Well we all crave for Indo chinese food and making it at home too. So I don't need to say anything about this dish. I make it more with tofu then Paneer so I am also more excited to share this with you all.

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Ingredients:

10 paneer pieces (fried)
1 each onion, capcicum, carrot
2 tbsp chopped garlic, ginger and green chilies
1 tsp dark soya sace
1 tsp vinegar
1/2 cup vegetable stock
1 tsp white pepper powder
1 tbsp chili sauce
2 tsp oil
2 tsp corn starch (mix it with water)
2 spring onino chopped for garnishing

Method:

Cut paneer as per choice shape. I did it in cubes.
Heat a wok and add one tsp of oil, add paneer and fry it till its nice color.
take it out and put it aside.
Heat another tsp oil and add ginger, garlic, chilies in it and cook for a minute till oil get a nice flavor.
Add vegetables and paneer in it.
Add all sauces and stock and boil it.
Stir in blended corn starch and mix it and stirring till sauce becomes thicken and coats to vegetables and paneer.
Sprikle green onion on top and serve immedietly with fried or white or brown rice.

 
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26 comments:

  1. So yummy!! I love paneer! :)
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  2. Linsy.. this looks yumm! Chilli paneer is my fav! :)

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  3. will make in my lunch today....looks yuumy

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  4. This looks so tempting..feel like having a Chinese dinner right now!!

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  5. Congratulations on gaining 25,000 Page views and 100+ GFC followers!!
    Also Indo-Chinese recipe is always a great crossover. Yes, as written Tofu is a much healthier option.
    Your gravy is very inviting and can be eaten even without rice, i guess.

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  6. Ho.... nowadays, u r becoming an expert in chinese cooking

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  7. Anyday anytime is fit for Indo-chinese. ur chill paneer looks great:)

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  9. Congrats dear :) And awesome looking chilli paneer :)

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  10. Congrats..awesome looking n hit combo of chilli paneer :)

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  11. Wow, I would like to slurp a whole bowl

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  12. Wow.. chili paneer look so amazing and tasty but its not suitable to theme.

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  13. Looks so delicious! even your prep clicks looks professional!

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  14. such a tempting paneer gravy, loved it...

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  15. I love paneer... Thanks for sharing... Happy blogging :-)

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  16. Totally mast and mazedaar! Love the curry :)

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