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BABYCORN PANEER PEAS MASALA

02 Dec

​Babycorn, Paneer, Peas Masala which was absolutely delicious with rotis …..

This is a rich creamy gravy which can also be accompanied with chapatis,puris,pulkas,Naan,rice rotis ,Ghee rice,Jeera rice or any other flavoured rice….

The same recipe can be used for mixed vegetables, potatoes,Mushrooms anything which you like.. ☺

Recipe is as follows 

INGREDIENTS 

•10-12 babycorn  (cut into rounds or any desired shape)

•1/2 cup frozen /fresh peas 

•1 small cup Paneer cubes

•1 medium onion finely chopped 

•1 ripe tomato finely chopped 

•1 tsp gingergarlic paste

•1/4 tsp turmeric 

•1/4 tsp jeera/cumin powder

•1 tsp coriander /dhania powder 

•3/4  tsp garam Masala powder

•1 tsp everest tikkalal (use any chilly powder)

•1 tsp poppy seeds/kus kus

•2 tsp melon seeds

•5-6 cashews

•1 bay leaf/tej patta

•Salt as per taste 

•1 tsp kasurimethi

•1 tblsp oil 
METHOD
▪Boil water 2 cups ,add peas,babycorn, salt  and cook 3/4th

▪In a mixi jar add cashews ,melon seeds and kus kus and grind fine powder (or add water and make paste)

▪Heat kadai,add oil,heat well add tej patta ,onions and sauté till translucent, add gingergarlic paste fry well till raw smell disappears

▪Add tomatoes chopped suate for a minute add all spice powders toss till oil separates

▪Now add the boiled vegetables, and cook till a boil

▪add salt(check salt before adding as we have alread added to vegetables at the time of boiling),cashew paste and mix well 

▪Add paneer cubes mix well

▪Cook for 5-6 minutes on medium heat

▪add kasurimethi and close lid

▪At the time of serving give this a good mix and enjoy….
NOTE

*Add boiled water as required , dont add all at a time

*can add 1 tblsp fresh cream just before adding kasurimethi to give more richness in the gravy…

*if adding mushrooms, no need of blanching it,you can directly add this at the time of fring onions

*other combination like cauliflower and peas,baby potato , mixed vegetables, potato and peas,capsicum…can be used

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Posted by on December 2, 2016 in SIDE DISH, VEGETERIAN CURRIES

 

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