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Paneer korma:-

Make this delicious paneer korma and add taste to your life....

Paneer/ cottage cheese……1/2 kg
cumin seed……….1/2 tsp
Cinnamon powder…..1/4tsp
Cardamom small…….1

Dry *masala:-

Coriander powder…….1/2tsp
Red chilly powder…….1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder……..1/4 tsp
kasoori methi................2 tbsp
Salt as per taste
Onion chopped…….2
Tomato puree………3tbsp
Cashew paste ………..2 tbsp
Ginger garlic paste……2tsp
Green chilly……………2
Curd………….2 tbsp
Fresh cream…..2 tbsp
Dry fruits (cashew and almonds)……4 to 5 each
Oil…………2 tbsp

* In India masala is basically mixture of spices ..

       1.  Cut cubes of half the quantity of cottage cheese and crush rest

       2. chopped onion very finely ,chop green chilly

       3.  Heat a pan with oil in it, put  jeera &cardamom stir till jeera turn golden in colour

       4.  Put ginger garlic paste , green chilly and onion in it and mix properly stir till oil
                        separates. add curd and cream mix in it and stir well 
       5. Add tomato puree and cashew paste in it stir and add dry masala in it cook till oil 
                   .  separates put little sugar just 1/4tsp in it 
       6. Add crushed paneer in it mix well cook for two to three min.

       7. Add paneer cubes in it and mix

       8. Garnish with fresh green coriander  and serve with hot crunchy parantha’s(Indian


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