Tuesday, July 3, 2012

METHI MATAR PANEER BHURJI


Paneer bhurji is made with crumbled paneer with the addition of onions, tomatoes and spices. Often some vegetables like green peas or capsicums are added for variation. It pairs well with rotis and puris. You can also use this as a stuffing for sandwiches and parathas.

Ingredients:
Paneer chena ... 1 cup (boil 1 ltr. milk and curdle by adding lime juice or vinegar. Strain it )
Green peas ....... 1/4 cup (boiled)
Methi leaves ..... 1/4 cup
Ginger paste ..... 1 tsp.
Garlic paste ...... 1 tbsp.
Green chillies ... 1-2
Onion ............. 1 big (chopped finely)
Tomato ......... 1 small
Coriander leaves.. to garnish
Turmeric powder .. 1/4 tsp.
Coriander powder ... 1/2 tsp.
Cumin powder ........ 1/2 tsp.
Salt ............... to taste
Oil

Method:
1. In a pan heat a little oil. Add the ginger garlic paste and methi leaves. Saute and add the chopped tomato, green chillies and onion.
2. Stir fry and simmer it for a 1-2 minutes till the onion is cooked.
3.Now stir in the paneer chena and the greenpeas. Add all the dry spices, salt and mix well.
Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.
(If you don't have fresh methi you can use kasoori methi-soaked in water)

26 comments:

  1. wow.. i love panner bhurji... but never tried it... thanks for sharing it :)

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  2. shobaji ye bahut acha hai.

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  3. looks delicious.. am a great paneer fan..

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    1. Thanks Nitha.. Paneer is liked by one and all.

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  4. Methi adds so much flavor to everything and takes it to a whole new level..beautiful dish!


    US Masala

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    1. True Aipi.. I love the methi flavor too

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  5. kya achhi subji hae dekhte hi man khane ko kare
    suparb

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  6. wow a perfect breakfast with paranthas in the winter

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  7. Love the idea of adding methi and matar to paneer bhurji, instead of regular paneer.

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  8. Love paneer bhurji...adding methi leaves is a nice twist...
    delicious.

    Thanks for linking.

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