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Wednesday, 3 August 2022

Badami Paneer Recipe.

 Badami Paneer Recipe. 


Badami Paneer( Almond Cottage rubbish) is a rich curry that takes slightly any time to prepare and makes for a great pairing with soft pillow- y naan. I adore the gorgeous orange tinge that comes from blending smoothly caramelized onions with tomatoes, a common fashion I follow relatively frequently with curries. 

The skin of almond can taste a little bitter at times and that's why I prefer to take it off before blending. It isn't a accreditation. I like to leave the paste a little coarse rather of grinding it to a smooth paste, but that’s just my taste kids. I believe that similar kind of curries should be prepared without following the form exactly. Just follow what your palate prefers further and add the spices consequently. 


200 gram paneer 

¼ mug almonds 

1 medium onion, thinly sliced 

1 medium tomato, roughly diced 

½ inch gusto, grated 

tablespoon fennel seeds 

2 green cardamoms 

4 cloves 

½ tablespoon cumin greasepaint 

½ tablespoon coriander greasepaint 

1 tablespoon turmeric greasepaint 

1 tablespoon chili greasepaint 

pinch of sugar 

fresh coriander, for garnish 

many splintered almonds, for garnish 


oil painting 



1. Soak the almonds for a many hours and also peel off the skin. 

2. Cut the paneer into bite size. also, rub some swab and ½ tablespoon turmeric to the paneer cells. 

3. toast some oil painting in a visage and shallow shindig the paneer cells until they ’re golden brown on all the sides. formerly done, keep them away to be used latterly. 

4. In the same visage, add 1 teaspoon of oil painting and drop the fennel seeds, cardamom and cloves. Allow it to swish and inoculate the oil painting. 

5. Next, drop the garlic and scatter the onion. Sprinkle swab, rest of the turmeric and sugar. Cook until its mild golden in color. 

6. formerly done, transfer it to a blender along with tomato and almonds. Grind it to a smooth or to a coarse paste. 

7. Transfer the paste back to the same visage and give it a stir. Add cumin greasepaint, coriander greasepaint and chili greasepaint. Cook for a many twinkles until the raw smell of tomato is gone. 

8. Eventually, drop the fried paneer cells and ½ mug of water. Give it a stir and cook for a couple more twinkles. Taste for swab and add any, if needed. 

9. Garnish with some finely diced fresh coriander and splintered almonds.

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