Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Aaloo Matar Paneer

Hello Dear All, After a long break Pinky is here again.Long means very long.A big Sorry for This long break.I did not have any chance to continue as because between these periods lots of changes happened in My Life.

Changes means a great challenge came into my life.I became mother of a Cute Naughty boy.Now he is 2 years old.Named "Tojo".So busy Boy he is!I cannot Explain You...He made me busy for those days.Still doing all his new new adventurous activities. Which makes me surprised too!!!.Its very True that for all of Mother, Its a big special Moments.So being a Mother I am Enjoying a lot  :) .Hope you all will be Blessing Tojo to grow up as a True Human being.

Besides of this in this periods I moved from Pune to Chennai also.Of course I missed Pune but Chennai a Big Wonderful city make me proud also.By this times I explored all over the Chennai city like a big Museum, a Lovely Zoo with Jungle safari, Ramkrishana Math,my Ultimate Silence is there,and a Huge mall complex i.e. Express Avenue and many more places I traveled.These are a great experience to me.But pause a little :o ...

Above all I missed You all so much.I tried many new Recipes by this time. But could not share with you at all.I missed You very Much.Now this is my promise to all of you that I will be continuing with you regularly.Please do not forget me .Share with me and Keep in Touch please.It makes me Nice that I got the chance to share all of my Happy moments with you again.Thanks to all of you.Happy Blogging...

Here is the recipe which I made yesterday night .Aaloo-Matar-Paneer. Its little Thick gravy type.Check It Out.


Potatoes,peeled 2 medium Cut into medium Cube size
Green peas,shelled 1 cup(Boiled)
Cottage cheese (paneer) 100 grams
Onion Paste 2tbsp
Ginger Paste 1tsp
Garlic Paste 2 tsp
Ghee 2 tbsp
Oil 2 tbsp
Cumin seeds 2 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Fresh tomato puree 1 cup
Roasted peanuts n Cashew-paste 2 tbsp
Roasted Garam masala powder 1 tsp
Roasted Coriander powder  1tbsp
Dry Mango Powder  1 tbsp
Salt to taste


Heat ghee in a non-stick pan, add cumin seeds and sauté till they are changing color.
Add paneer Cube and fry with little turmeric powder and salt .
Soak paneer in warm water.
Add Oil and put ginger-garlic paste and sauté till lightly browned, stirring frequently.
Add Onion paste and fry for some times.
Add potatoes, salt and turmeric powder and mix.
Add ¼ cup warm water and mix well.
Cover and cook till potatoes are almost done.
Cut paneer into small cubes. Add roasted coriander powder and red chilli powder and mix.
Add boiled green peas and mix. Cover and cook till the vegetables are done.
Add tomato puree and mix. Cover and cook for 2 minutes.
Add peanut and cashew  paste and mix well.
Add dry mango powder and mix well.
Add paneer and mix.
Sprinkle roasted garam masala powder and serve hot with roti.


Finla said...

Yeah kids keep one really busy.

Indian Khana said...

the ever green combo ...looks yum

Top Cuisine avec Lavi said...

This recipe is very interesting! i love your blog, i will put him to my favorites!

Ganga Sreekanth said...

Welcome back dear:-) . . , . .So happy to see you again. . .

Unknown said...

Pinky!you are back!i remember my early days of blogging,u used to be my regular reader!happy blogging!

Unknown said...


thanks for stopping by my space, you have a great blog too


Unknown said...

Good Evening Finla, Priti,Top cuisine avec Lavi, Ganga,Ramaya,and Sweata.Thanks for your encouragement...
Happy Blogging.

virunthu unna vaanga said...

Hi pinky, first time here, you have such a lovely space, happy to follow you... I think i entered your blog at right time as you rock back again... when u get time visit mine...
aloo matar subji looks so yumm...

Unknown said...

Following you back :)

Unknown said...

Vijayalakshmi and Sweata Thanks a Lot. Keep Going On...



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