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Indian recipe-palak paneer (Spinach with cottage cheese)
Hi all:)
I have been out of blogland close to a week thanx to a virus I picked up somewhere:(
Anywayz now I am back. Yay!!!!!!!!!
Today I am going to share an Indian recipe made of spinach & paneer........panner is a form of cheese(cottage cheese).
This dish is one of the really popular recipes in India.The creamy texture of the spinach alongwith fresh cheese is just irresistable:)
So here we go

MUGHLAI PALAK PANEER ( SERVES 4)

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Posted by priti from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States • Published See priti 's 14 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Boil chopped spinach alongwith ginger for 10 minutes.

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 2
    Step 2

    Heat oil,add seeds of cardamom,cloves & pepper corns.Add ground onion,tomato paste & stir on low flame for 5 minutes.

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 3
    Step 3

    Add dried fenugreek & stir till oil starts seperating like this

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 4
    Step 4

    Add dried mango powder.Add boiled spinach & cook for 2-3 minutes.Remove from fire.Let it cool.

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 5
    Step 5

    Meanwhile chop the cottage cheese into small pieces like this

  • Step 6

    Cool & blend the spinach for a few secods,do not grind it too fine.Now add 1/2 cup of milk if you find it too thick & simmer covered for 2-3 minutes.

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 7
    Step 7

    Now beat the fresh cream with a fork & add it to the spinach on low fire.

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 8
    Step 8

    Add the cottage cheese pieces,give it a boil.I prefer adding salt at this last stage as I get a better idea of the quantity after the spinach has been simmered,besides the milk & cream do not curdle!!!!!

  • How to cook a curry. Mughlai Palak Paneer - Step 9
    Step 9

    Simmer for 2 minutes & transfer it to a serving dish & TaDaaaaa.............you are done!!!!!!!!!!
    Doesnt it look tempting:)

    This tastes best with Indian flat bread called roti or parantha.I guess I will add a recipe on how to make them too.But first I have to make them for my own lunch:)
    I will keep clicking pics & come back with another recipe after lunch:)

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Emily A.
Emily A. · Fargo, North Dakota, US
I want this. If you can find the cheese by the pound, you can store it in the freezer between uses. Frugal and still delicious. Thanks SO MUCH for including the little tips, especially the oil separation step.
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priti
priti · Indianapolis, Indiana, US · 14 projects
hi 3woosh.K
its totally fine if you skip itHappy
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3woosh Curly
3woosh Curly · Manama, BH · 3 projects
If I don't have the mango powder is it ok to skip it?
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Hushgirl
Hushgirl · Edgemere, Maryland, US · 8 projects
MMMMM yum! I love palak paneer!
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