Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Subz Makhani

Everyone of us like Paneer Makhani. Have you heard of Subz Makhani? I saw this interesting recipe in Tarla Dalal’s CookBook. When I tried this two weeks back with few modifications, it came out amazing. We have become fans of this Gravy and so started making this  often.



Here is the tasty recipe.

Ingredients:

Mixed Vegetables (Peas, Beans,Cauliflower and Carrot) 1 cup
Paneer 4-6 cubes
Onion(Medium) 1
Tomatoes (Medium) 3
Ginger-Garlic Paste 1 tsp
Chilli Powder ½ tsp
Coriander Powder ¾ tsp
Cumin Powder ¼ tsp
Garam Masala 1/8 tsp
Cashews 6
Cream 2 tbsp
Kasoori Methi ¾ tsp
Tomato Ketchup 1 tbsp
Sugar 1/8 tsp
Cloves 2
Cumin 1/8 tsp
Milk ¼ cup
Water ½ cup
Salt
Butter + Oil

Preparation:

Chop Onions into fine pieces and Vegetables into medium pieces. Soak Cashews in Water for one hour. Soak Paneer in Milk for 15 mins.

Method:

Cut Tomatoes. Grind along with Cashews and strain.

Heat Butter and Oil in a Pan. When hot, add Cumin and Cloves. When Cumin seeds start cracking, add Ginger-Garlic paste and chopped Onions.

When they turn slightly brown, add strained Tomato Paste. Fry till the oil separates. Now add all the Powders, Kasoori Methi, Cream, Ketchup and Sugar. Mix well.

When it starts boiling, add the vegetables and Water. Continue to boil. When it is almost done, add Paneer along with milk. Simmer for 5 more minutes or till done.

Serves: 2
Serve with Chapati or any Indian Bread.

Linking this recipe to Priya & Aipi's Bookmarked Recipes Event-- Every Tuesday.



17 comments:

sangee vijay said...

very interesting recipe...gravy looks so inviting...bookmarked!!!you have that book ahh??

Laxmi said...

Yes Sangee, I bought hers and many other cookbooks when I visited Chennai last time..

Vimitha Anand said...

Nice twist to the regular paneer makhani... Looks yum...

Nithu Bala said...

Nice recipe..loved the twist..

purabi naha said...

Laxmi, this is really going to taste yummy! I must cook it this weekend! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe. You have added paneer to the dish, which is great!

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

wonderful recipe !! nice twist and looks delicious

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Umm Mymoonah said...

Looks just like restaurant style, yumm!

aipi said...

Wow anytime manytime a day I can eat this ~ the delicious bowl is absolutely tempting me :D
Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
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Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Yum wow, that looks amazingly tempting :)

Radhika said...

It looks so creamy Laxmi. love to have it with rotis.I'm your new follower BTW.


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Priya Sreeram said...

lovely; I had seen this in Tarla's website too ! nicely done

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious combination of flavours looks wonderful and healthy

thekitchenaffaire said...

Wow.. htats a cool new recipe. love it :)

Jay said...

sounds amazing...can't wait to give it a try..
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Mugdha said...

intresting , yummy and inviting recipe...:)

Now Serving said...

what a wonderfully rich colored gravy! lip-smacking yum!
btw, yet to see you on my blog dear!do visit and join! cheers, priya :)

Shanthi said...

Interesting and inviting gravy.