Stir-Fry Paneer Curry

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Stir-Fry Paneer Curry
What do you do at the end of the week, when you have a little bit of this and a little bit of that and neither enough for a stand alone dish? You make a mixed curry out of it – But the one thing I had a whole slab of was paneer – So I chopped them up in cubes, add the small remains of a bunch of veggies and turned out a stellar and very well liked gravy curry – so you can do this too with whatever veggies you have left and crank p an exciting dish that went super well with chappatis – talking of which I’ve had these on my camera along with another 6-7 dishes waiting to be blogged – 24 hours is never enough for all the things I would like to get done in a day – sigh!
PGC2
Ingredients
1 lb Paneer block
I used green pepper, onions, green chilies, mushrooms, red peppers tomatoes – all of which I had either halves or just a few left!
1 tsp of olive oil
1 tsp of crushed rosemary (optional)
2 tsp Suvaiyana North Indian Garam Masala (or other)
Paneer Gravy Curry
Preparation
Dry grind all the spices in a blender
Heat oil and add the tomatoes and onions, spices and the rest of the veggies and allow them to cook
Add the ground up spices and mix in to what’s slowly turning into gravy.
Add the paneer last with salt and allow it to simmer for a few more minutes. (tastes just as good and a lot healthier)
Remove from flame after tasting the paneer to see if it has absorbed the spices.
Garnish with cilantro if desired and serve with naan, rotis or chappatis
Bon Appetit!

>PGC1

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Posted on

March 19, 2011

36 Comments

  1. Paneer gravy looks very yummy….sometimes it is nice to have only little things as we get chance to invent new recipes…:)

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  2. Delicious looking Paneer… Yummm !!!

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  3. The Paneer gravy looks delicious Priya!!! Lovely recipe :)

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  4. Mouthwatering flavorful paneer curry.

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  5. Amazing how a little bit of this and that can make such a beautiful dish!

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  6. Looks delicious ….yum

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  7. paneer in a gravy is such a comforting yummy food- your recipe looks good and good presentation Priya!

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  8. The curry looks so delicious..leftover magic.

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  9. i just love the way you have describe the dish. This will be a hit here as it has one ingredient paneer.
    Bookmarked.

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  10. looks so tempting… I love the simple recipe for it! Nice one!!!

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  11. ahhh !
    another dish that looks perfect with a bowl of rice!
    i lovee your blog! (:

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  12. That's exactly what I would do with my leftover veggies :-) Paneer gravy looks delicious.

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  13. looks delish priya and yes the perfect way of finishing off all this & that !!

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  14. My family don't really prefer paneer. Maybe we are not used to eating it…but I gotto admit the curry looks absolutely delicious! 😀

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  15. Priya,isn't it surprising what we can do with little bits of leftovers.
    the paneer gravy dish looks delicious. Hope you have a lovely week-end.

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  16. My mom always surprises me with her dishes made from left over veggies…This is just like that!! Looks soo yumm..
    Thank u 4 the lovely comments u left in my blog:-)
    I stay in Singapore..U r most welcome to drop by:-)

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  17. Nice and simple recipe on paneer gravy…

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  18. Thats a very inviting and delicious paneer gravy,yumm!

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  19. Thats a very tempting dish.I loved the ingredients that went into making this.

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  20. Wish you and your family a very happy holi :)

    Lip Smacking dish…

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  21. That looks delicious. I'm going to have to add this one to my "need to try to make" list!

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  22. Sweetheart, you made this super quick and it was delicious with the lachcha paarathas. It was so good, I don't think we left even a drop of gravy.

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  23. A very rich and tempting gravy there..Loved the recipe.would love to try soon.

    Thanks for visiting my place so that I could see this awesome blog..

    Cheers !!

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  24. This version of panner is super yummyoo i need one bowl of steaming rice :)

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