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vegetarian recipes


paneer cubes:4 to 5 cubes (fried)
tomato:1 (chopped)
green bell pepper:1/2(chopped)
onion:1/2(medium size chopped)

chilli powder:1tsp
coriander powder:1/2tsp
turmeric powder:1/2tsp
ginger garlic paste:1tsp
besan flour:1/2tsp
garam masala:1/2tsp
salt to taste

#mix all the ingredients required for marination in a bowl.
#add the chopped paneer , tomato and green bell peppers to the above mix and allow it to rest for half an hour.
#paneer can be mashed a little. (as showen in the picture)
#add oil in a kadai and pour the above mixture into the kadai and saute for 10 to 15 mins.
(until the mixture comes together and forms a thick mixture)
#garnish with coriander leaves.
#can be served as a side dish for chapathi or placed as filling for tortillos. (mexican style)
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At 10:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This paneer recipe looks quite easy, got to try it out!so finally you guessed it was me :)phew!thanks for sharing the recipe, jaya. i too have posted a paneer podimas recipe on my blog:)

At 1:57 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

ohh paati
well i will take a look at the podimas
thanks for revealing urself

At 3:48 PM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

Switched to Beta JayaK. Works well too:))

Dish is wonderful as usual. You caught me too, Jaya:D

Happy Thanksgiving.    

At 5:01 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

hey thanks asha, will take a look at ur blog n leave a comment    

At 12:42 PM, Blogger Varsha said...

Yummy will be tried soon..and I liked your blog a lot...keep up the good work

hey wouldya pls post the recipe for "tomato onion chutney"...my friend had gotten it as a dosa accompaniment...I think the onions and tomatoes were raw..She is a Palakkad Iyer(In case that matters) Thanks in advance    

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