Shahi Paneer

Shahi Paneer


1.Paneer cubes                           200gms
2.onion                                           2
3.tomato                                         2
4.small ginger                                1
5.garlic flakes                               3 chillies                             3
7.white pepper powder             1/2 tsp chilli powder                    1 tsp
9.turmeric powder                 3/4 tsp
10.garam masala                      1 tsp
11.fresh cream                           5 tsp
12.dry fruits                                1/4 cup
13.milk                                        1/2 cup
14.ghee                                        8-10 tsp
15.salt                                           to taste.


-Heat ghee in a kadai.
-Fry paneer cubes over medium flame until it turns light brown & keep it aside.
-Saute the dry fruits in 1 tsp of ghee.
-Grind tomato,onion,green chillies,garlic,ginger in a mixer & make a fine paste.
-Fry the paste in ghee until it turns golden brown & ghee starts seperating.
-Add salt,red chilli powder,white pepper powder,turmeric powder,garam masala & saute for 1-2 minutes.
-Add milk to above gravy.Bring gravy to boil.Reduce flame & cook until gravy becomes thick.
-Add half of the dry fruits in gravy while it is being cooked.
-Finally add paneer cubes & fresh cream in gravy & cook for 5 minutes.
-Transfer shahi paneer in a bowl & garnish with coriander leaves.

NOTE:You can prepare this dish in oil instead of ghee as consuming this much ghee is not good for health.

6 thoughts on “Shahi Paneer

  1. Shahi paneer masal !! Like rellay, would give it a try for sure. Evn i posted a pasta recipe on my blog few days back, you can have a check, I am sure you will love it 😀

  2. Your way of explaining the recipe, makes it look so easy to cook…and indeed it is. I can’t wait to read much more from you. This is really a tremendous web site.

  3. Mouthwatering…thx for sharing this…now we can make this at home itself. Post some Naan and Kulcha recipes if possible.

    • Hi Sabine, Thanks for commenting. Will try to post home made Naan and Kulcha recipes at the earliest.

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