Dear Gujarati Food Made Easy lovers, This week's recipe is how to make Paneer (Indian Cheese).
A couple of weeks ago, my blog post showed you how to make Chilli Paneer for which you could use fresh or ready made paneer: http://gujaratifoodmadeeasy.wordpress.com/2012/08/13/chilli-paneer-the-perfect-comfort-food/ This post will give you the recipe for how to make fresh paneer. Enjoy!
Dear Gujarati Food Made Easy lovers! This week's recipe is Ivy Gourd/Tindora Stir Fry, also known as Galoda/Tindora nu Shaak in Gujarat.
(serves 4) The final product! Absolutely delicious! Ivy Gourd is a very typical vegetable eaten by people in and from the Indian subcontinent. It is rich in beta-carotene and is known to have medicinal properties. Readily available in most Indian grocery stores,
Dear Gujarati Food Made Easy lovers! This week's recipe is Chilli Paneer. The end result!
(serves 4 people) Chilli paneer is a very popular, Indian dish served in a plethora of Indian restaurants with a varying degree of quality. I have found that the best chilli paneer I have tasted is the one I make at home. ;) Chilli paneer is basically a mixture of spicy peppers and onions, and paneer is Indian cheese.
Good morning readers! Britain is famous for it's 'cup of tea' though I thought it would be appropriate to bestow upon you the original recipe from which this British tradition was derived. India is famed for its' wonderful, unique and delicious food and drink but one of it's most famous and favourite, national drinks is the Indian Chai. :)