Monday, 8 August 2011


I tried this recipe. came out very well.

For palak paneer rice v need palak - 2 bunches (washed and finely chopped)
Basmati rice - 2 cups (wash and soak for 15 minutes)
Onion sliced - 1
paneer cubes - 100 gms
dhaniya powder - 1spoon

red chilli powder - 1/2 spoon
garam masala - 1/2 spoon
haldi - 1/4 spoon,
curd - 1cup
water - 11/2 cup
ghee - 1 spoon,
jeera - little
green cardamom - 1
cloves - 1
tej patha (bay leaf) - small piece
salt to taste

ginger garlic pate - 1/2 spoon

Take a kadai. Heat it add ghee. Then add jeera, cloves, caradamom and tejpatha.
once they crackle add sliced onion fry for a while.
Then add the ginger garlice paste and fry.

Now add the chopped palak, haldi and salt and fry. Once the palak is
cooked add the paneer.

Then add the dhaniya, red chilli powder and garam masala salt.
Add the soaked and drained basmati rice into it and slightly fry it.

Then add curd and water. Allow the rice to cook.

Once the rice is done transfer the rice into a serving bowl.
And super tasty palak paneer rice is ready.

No need for raita. Potato chips or papad will be good companion for this

This can be packed for lunch box. Kids will like this.:))


நட்புடன் ஜமால் said...

Ok Fine ...

கோவை2தில்லி said...


புதுகைத் தென்றல் said...

thanks jamal :)

புதுகைத் தென்றல் said...

welcome kovai2delhi,

thanks for visiting this blog

fundoo said...

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புதுகைத் தென்றல் said...

vanga fundoo,

thanks for visiting this blog.