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Cottage cheese in white gravy

Cottage cheese in white gravy


Paneer/ cottage cheese ........200 GM
tinned pineapple..............2 rings 'cut into pieces'
onion...........                  .4 large 'cut into big pieces'
garlic paste.....                 1 tbsp
ginger paste.....              1/2 tbsp
green chilli's......               2
cashew nuts........            1 cup'socked for one hour'
green cardamom......       1 tsp
cinnamon powder.....     1/2 tsp
cream.....................       1/2 cup
curd.......................        1/2 cup
salt per taste

white pepper powder......1/2 tsp
oil..........................         2 tbsp
green coriander......         2 tbsp
sugar...........                  1/4 tsp


Crumbled 50gm paneer and keep aside, cube rest of the paneer and keep aside .
Boil onion with one cup of water in a pan till soft . Drain water and cool .Grind into a fine paste.
Grind cashew nuts also into fine paste and keep aside.
Heat oil in a wok . Add onion paste into it stir and add garlic and ginger paste in it . Add slit green chilli's and stir for few minutes .
Add cinnamon and cardamom power in it . whisk curd and cream together and add in it .
now add salt and pepper and adjust seasoning if required .add sugar in it and stir .
Add Crumbled paneer and cut pineapple in gravy stir and add rest of the paneer in it . Cook for few min and garnish with green coriander

1. you can use almonds also for almond white gravy and pistachios for pista green gravy.


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