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Utterly Buttery paneer/cottage cheese:-

  Try this exotic paneer dish i am sure easy steps of preparation will help you to make it easily and yuuuummm  

Paneer/cottage cheese………..1/2 kg
Onion ……………3 big
Garlic……………3 to 4
Tomato puree……..3 to 4 tbsp
Curd and fresh cream mixture…….1 cup

Dry masala / spices:-

Coriander powder…….1 tsp
Chilly …………1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder……..1/4 tsp
Salt   as per taste
Sugar……..1/4 tsp
Butter……….3 tbsp


1.      Heat 1tbsp butter in pan

2.      Add sliced onion ,garlic and green chilly in it stir till light golden in colour do not over cook now take it out and grind into fine paste

3.      Heat vessel with butter add onion paste in it stir and add cashew paste and tomato puree in it  cook for 3 to4 min

4.      Add dry masala in it and cook till oil separate add curd mix in it cook for another 3 min

5.      Now add paneer cubes in it and mix well garnish with fresh cream and serve hot

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