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How to make yummy Palak paneer at home ?
- Making Palak paneer is no more a rockets science. Spinach is rich in iron and as paneer is made up of milk it is super protein rich and very good for health. As a child I never like eating spinach as a vegetable, I didn’t like the boring look of the vegetable bit whenever I saw palak paneer made by mummy, I was happy and I ate it without any drama. So I decided why not to include palak pander as a healthy food in gradient and include in our food chart.
Palak Paneer Recipe –
- Spinach (palak) – 500 grams
- Tomatoes -2
- 2 large onions
- Garlic cloves – 5 in number
- Ginger paste
- Jeera powder
- Salt to taste
- Red chilly powder
- Turmeric powder
- Desi ghee – 100 grams
- Cumin seeds
- Green chillychilly
- Garam Masala
Boil palak, tomatoes, one green chilly, onions. when it is boiled, strain it and cool it. Boil till the tomatoes and onions start leaving its skin.
Grind all the boiled vegetables with the help of a grinder to a fine paste.
Add ghee in a pan, add cumin seeds.
Add ginger garlic paste and then add the purée into the kadai.
Add one cup of water and let the palak get cooked till it leaves ghee by its side.
Start adding turmeric powder, red chilly powder, add salt, one tea-spoon jeera powder and one tea-spoon garam masala.
Cook the gravy for 15-20 minutes.
Cut paneer into little cubes and add them to the gravy .
Tada, add some more butter 😉 to enjoy the royal taste and our Palak paneer is ready to enjoyed with hot air filled phulkas