Thursday, April 29, 2010

Paneer Bhurji : T&T : Sailu's Food

Children like Paneer a lot. And its very heatlhy for them also. So I thought of Trying out Sailu's Paneer Bhurji. Though I had made Paneer Bhurji before it was of different version. Children liked this version a lot. A very simple and easy to prepare dish.

Paneer Bhurji is a good combination with Chapathis/Rotis. And a good one for the children's lunch box also.

And so here comes the Tried and Tasted Recipe of Sailu's Paneer Bhurji in her own words.


1 cup grated paneer

1 onion, finely chopped

1 green chilli, finely chopped

1 tomato, finely chopped

pinch of turmeric pwd

1/4 tsp red chilli pwd

pinch of cumin pwd

1/2 tsp coriander pwd

1/4 tsp kasuri methi (I left this out)

pinch of garam masala pwd

4-5 tbsps of low fat milk

salt to taste

1/2 tbsp oil

chopped fresh corainder for garnish

1 Heat oil in a vessel, add chopped onions and green chillis, saute till onions turn transparent. Add turmeric pwd, cumin pwd, coriander pwd, red chilli pwd and kasuri methi and combine. Add the chopped tomato and cook till they turn soft, approx 3-4 mts.

2 Add grated paneer and stir well to combine and cook for 2-3 mts. Add the low fat milk and toss the contents on medium high flame and see that the paneer does not stick to the vessel. The milk should evaporate. Add garam masala pwd and combine.

3 Finally, garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve hot with rotis or bread

30th April is the last date to receive T&T : Sailu's Food


  1. Lakshmi, the pic is very lovely and inviting :)

  2. Lovely side dish perfect for rotis!

  3. toooo tempting. looks soo delicious.

  4. i like this dish very much..goes well with parathas

  5. Wat a fantastic dish, my all time fav..very beautiful click dear, btw i send my entries hope u got them safely...

  6. Awesome!...looks delicious. Nice click.

  7. Wowwwww.. wonderful recipe.. looks perfect.. amazing clicks dear!!

  8. Nice rich dish dear!!!
    Looks very tempting :-)

  9. I love paneer bhurji too .. yummy dish

  10. My daughter's fav. great click and delicious..BTW I'm first time have a nice space..

    cheers please do visit me if you can..

  11. Looks healthy and makes a yummy breakfast..

  12. Oh wow, that really looks good! But is that chilli the green one? I'd prolly skip that part if Im making it for my kid! :p thanks for sharing!


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