Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 7 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Grate the onions.
  2. Cube the paneer.
  3. Slice the capsicums.
  4. In a kadai heat oil, and add jeera.
  5. When it splutters, add the grated onions and fry till pink.
  6. Add the ginger- garlic paste and fry for some more time.
  7. Add the sliced capsicum and fry for 2 minutes.
  8. Add all the powder masala and fry.
  9. Add the pureed tomatoes and salt.
  10. Let it cook.
  11. Lastly add the paneer pieces and let it cook in the masala.
  12. Finally add the milk and the cream.
  13. Cook for 5 minutes.
  14. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve it hot with hot parathas.
  15. This is a favorite dish at all parties.
  16. The milk and cream makes the gravy rich, thick and creamy.


Most Helpful

Easy to make and this is always a super-hit! Thanks a lot

Laddoo February 05, 2007

This was incredible! It was one of those dishes that I couldnt stop picking at until it was gone! and couldnt stop thinking about in between the bites. And it is really simple to make. I added some home made tomato paste to intesify the tomato flavour. Thanks for posting.

zainab23 March 30, 2006

I loved this recipe. It's not sweet like other paneer dishes which often involve cardamom,cinamon coconut, etc. One thing I always like to do though, with my paneer dishes is puree the onions after they've been sauteed. This creates a very smooth base. I got the suggestion for this from my husband who is from Bombay, so I feel comfortable that it is still keeping it authentic to do this if anybody is worried about that.

alice Dave February 01, 2005

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