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by dassana amit updated April 18, 2014

kadai paneer recipe, kadai paneer, restaurant style kadai paneer

kadai paneer restaurant style recipe with step by step photos. kadai paneer is one of the most popular paneer recipe along with paneer butter masala, palak paneer, matar paneer and paneer makhani.  it could be made dry, semi dry or gravy version. there is also a kadai paneer gravy version posted on the blog.

this kadai paneer recipe is a semi dry version. the recipe is simple and very easy to make. this restaurant style kadai paneer recipe is adapted from the cookbook prashad – cooking with indian masters by jiggs kalra.

this book has restaurant style recipes, but most of them are non vegetarian ones. a must have book if you want to have some yummy food. i have made a few recipes from the book and they have all been great like dhingri dolma, amritsari dal, methi mushroom, navratan korma and mushroom peas curry.

this recipe is called as kadai paneer as the whole dish is prepared in a kadai or karahi. this humble indian cookware which is similar to the chinese wok but with steeper sides. kadai is used to prepare many other indian stir fried vegetable dishes and even for deep frying indian snacks like samosa, pakoras (fritters). even some sweets like gajar halwa, suji halwa, moong dal halwa, rabri is prepared in the kadai. if you don’t have a kadai, then make the recipe in a pan.

the flavors of this restaurant style kadai paneer recipe comes from freshly pounded coriander seeds and kashmiri red chilies and yes adding freshly pounded spices do make a lot of difference to the food that we cook.

another factor of this recipe is that it does not have onions but garlic is added. for folks who do not eat onion and garlic, just do not add garlic to the recipe and you have a kadai paneer without onions and garlic. for the recipe, i had made paneer the previous night, but you can use store brought paneer.

lets start step by step restaurant style kadai paneer recipe.

1. start by rinsing the veggies and chopping them later.

veggies for kadhai-paneer recipe

2. in a kadai, heat oil and add crushed ginger garlic or ginger garlic paste.

frying crushed ginger garlic for kadai paneer

3. fry till the raw smell disappears and add the tomatoes.

frying tomatoes for kadai paneer recipe

4. fry the tomatoes on a low flame. keep an eye on the tomatoes and also start to take the red chilies and coriander seeds in a mortar and pestle.

fry tomatoes for making kadai paneer recipe

5. crush them to a coarse to fine powder. you could also use a dry grinder for this purpose. i felt the mixture was too less to go into the grinder, so i used the mortar and pestle. you can also lightly roast the spices before crushing them.

pounded coriander seeds chilies for kadai paneer recipe

6. after 10 minutes add fresh and aromatic coriander seeds-red chillies powder to the tomatoes.

spice powder for recipe kadai paneer

7. mix the coriander-dry red chili powder with the tomatoes and saute everything till the whole mixture becomes paste like. this method is called ‘bhunao’ in hindi.

kadai paneer sauted paste

8. when the whole masala has become paste like and starts to release oil, add the capsicum juliennes. you can see my juliennes are so thick. that they should not be called juliennes ;-)  got to practice more to get fine juliennes. you cannot see the green chilies in the pic, though…

adding capsicum to kadai paneer recipe

9. mix the capsicum juliennes and chopped green chilies with the rest of the masala.

mixing capsicum with masala for kadai paneer

10. saute the capsicum till they are half cooked. if the mixture looks dry you can sprinkle some water. later add salt and garam masala powder.

adding salt to kadai paneer recipe

11. mix the salt and garam masala powder with the rest of the sabzi and add the paneer cubes.

adding paneer cubes for kadai paneer

12. and then mix the paneer cubes so that the masala coats the paneer cubes.

mixing paneer cubes

13. let the paneer cook for 2 to 3 mins and then add the kasuri methi (dry methi leaves), ginger julienne and chopped coriander leaves.

adding spices to kadai paneer

14. stir the whole mixture and cook for a 2-3 minutes more. your kadai paneer is ready.

serve kadai paneer with rotis, naans, parathas or phulkas. kadai paneer goes very well with naan and i have already few naan recipes – naan without yeast, naan recipe with yeast and garlic naan recipe. lastly, enjoy the meal :-)

kadai paneer

few tips for kadai paneer recipe:

  • to make the pounding easier in a mortar pestle, dry roast the red chilies and coriander seeds.
  • the capsicum can also be diced, but making juliennes means faster cooking.
  • since red chilies are used, one does not need to add red chili powder.
  • you have to make this recipe in the kadai and not in any other pan :-) folks who do not have kadai, use a wok instead.
  • this kadai paneer recipe is a semi dry and mildly spiced recipe and no water is used in this one.
  • best to have kadai paneer with onion rings, lemon wedges and tandoori naan, garlic naan or tandoori roti.
  • its always better to use homemade paneer for any paneer recipe. once you learn to make paneer at home then you will not feel like buying it from outside.

if you are looking for more paneer recipes then do check shahi paneer, paneer butter masala, palak paneer, matar paneerpaneer bhurji, paneer tikka masala and paneer veg sandwich.

restaurant style kadai paneer recipe below:

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kadai paneer recipe
 
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kadai paneer recipe - restaurant style semi dry curry made with cottage cheese, capsicum/green bell peppers and indian spices.
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Recipe type: curry
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 250 gms paneer/cottage cheese, cubed
  • 5-6 medium tomatoes/tamatar, chopped
  • 1 or 2 green chilies/hari mirch, chopped
  • 6-7 garlic/lahsun, crushed
  • 1.5 inch ginger/adrak, half crushed and half julienned
  • 2 green bell peppers/capsicum/shimla mirch, julienned
  • 5-6 kashmiri red chilies
  • 1.5 tbsp coriander seeds/dhania seeds, roasted
  • 1.5 to 2 tsp crushed kasuri methi/dry fenugreek leaves
  • ½ tsp garam masala powder
  • ½ cup chopped coriander/cilantro leaves/dhania
  • salt or black salt
Instructions
  1. in a kadai heat oil. add the crushed ginger and garlic. saute these till the raw smell disappears.
  2. now add the chopped tomatoes. saute the tomatoes till they become soft.
  3. pound the coriander seeds and red chilies to a roughly fine powder.
  4. after 8-10 minutes add the spice powder to the tomatoes.
  5. saute the tomatoes till the whole mixture become like a paste and starts to leave oil.
  6. now add the capsicum julienne and chopped green chilies. and saute the capsicum for some 8-10 minutes.
  7. add salt and garam masala powder. mix these with the rest of the masala.
  8. its time to add the paneer. cook the paneer for 2 to 3 minutes in the masala.
  9. lastly add kasuri methi, ginger julienne and coriander leaves. mix and saute for 2-3 minutes.
  10. serve the kadai paneer, hot with rotis or naans.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 4


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Tina April 13, 2014 1

Hello,

I have been following ur blogs n recipes and tried kadai paneer for the first time.

It was very good and my family enjoyed it and I loved cooking it as it was so simple n clean recipe.

Thank you so much and keep sharing more simpler recipes.

Regards
Tina Rohra

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dassana amit April 13, 2014 2

welcome tina and thanks for this positive feedback.

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sathya March 29, 2014 3

i always love ur site .something attracts me here.Its your pictures or your words i dont know .This recipe seems to be so intresting and yummy .I tried your whole wheat bread with few changes and i will be posting it in my space soon .

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dassana amit March 31, 2014 4

thanks priya.

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Siri February 8, 2014 5

Came out really tasty…..but added onions for more gravy…tastes better thn restaurant …nd very simple to make..thx alot

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dassana amit February 9, 2014 6

welcome siri and thanks for sharing the positive feedback on kadai paneer recipe.

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shabnaz January 31, 2014 7

Can we add chopped onions in it?

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dassana amit January 31, 2014 8

yes you can add finely chopped onions.

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Ilyas Merchant January 29, 2014 9

Thanks I like u r recipe

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dassana amit January 30, 2014 10

welcome ilyas

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vicky January 5, 2014 11

Wow!..i tried t nw..t s superb..thnx..

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dassana amit January 7, 2014 12

welcome vicky

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anandhi January 4, 2014 13

nicely explained with pictures and also simple methods given thank s a lottt

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dassana amit January 6, 2014 14

thanks.

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Nikhil January 4, 2014 15

Dassana, this is the second recipe of your’s I’m trying in the same week (-:
Came out awesome! Everyone loved it and it truly is restaurant style (but better).

PS: I used ginger and garlic paste at the start and then added ginger pieces at the end. I needed to julienne my ginger finer or chop it up as I had a few pieces of almost raw ginger when I ate my serving :P

Thank you!

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dassana amit January 7, 2014 16

welcome nikhil. glad to know that you liked the recipe. do try more recipes.

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kirti November 12, 2013 17

Hi Dassana, tried this recipe today for lunch…it was so delicious…thanx a lot for ur amazing efforts….m thinking to try shahi paneer soon ..want to know the melon seeds u mentioned there are musk melon seeds or watermelon seeds..

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dassana November 12, 2013 18

thanks kirti. in the shahi paneer recipe watermelon seeds are used to make the paste.

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*Stacey October 29, 2013 19

Definitely a 5-star recipe :)
So tasty, please give it a try.

(I would have rated it on my last post but the rating stars weren’t working)

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dassana October 29, 2013 20

thanks stacey. i don’t know why rating stars sometime does not work.

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*Stacey October 29, 2013 21

I made this recipe this evening and it was tasty! However I mad a couple alterations. Instead of using paneer, I used tofu. I am confident that paneer would be really tasty however I am trying to lower my dairy intake.
I also used fenugreek powder (1/2 tsp) instead of fenugreek leaves and I used ground ginger (less than 1 tsp) instead of fresh ginger.

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dassana October 29, 2013 22

thanks stacey for sharing your variation. yes, you can make the dish with tofu also.

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amitha October 28, 2013 23

Hi dasanna,

i have been reading and trying most of the recipes that you post. I like them. I just wanted to know whether we get dry fenugreek leaves in market? I have been searching for it at many places but could not get it.. most of your recipies use this, so please tel me whether this can be home made

Regards,
Amitha

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dassana November 2, 2013 24

we do get dry fenugreek leaves in the market. its called as kasuri methi. you can make at home too. an easy way is to just dry the methi leaves in the sun. first rinse the leaves well, pat then dry with a kitchen towel and then dry them in the sun. when they are completely dried, store in an air tight box. btw the finest kasuri methi comes from kasur/qasoor in pakistan.

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Ashwini October 26, 2013 25

Hi Dassana,
Thank you once again for this simple and flavourful recipe.Made it few days back with rotis. Everyone loved it.

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dassana October 27, 2013 26

thanks and welcome ashwini.

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Sufia October 7, 2013 27

I love ur all recpie &ur way of presenting

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dassana October 7, 2013 28

thanks sufia

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Supriya singh September 27, 2013 29

i am going to try this. I dont know would i can do tis but this is awosome…………….

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Zo September 4, 2013 30

Do you have a facebook page?

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dassana September 8, 2013 31

fb page link is mentioned on the blog.

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Princy September 2, 2013 32

This looks heavenly i have a block of paneer in the refrigerator and this dish of yours is asking me to make it :))

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chanu August 30, 2013 33

i love ur all receipe.plz give me some tandoori deceices…
thanks
chanu(twesha)

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dassana August 30, 2013 34

thanks chanu, i will post few more tandoori recipes in few days time. there are already few posted in the blog.

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divya August 25, 2013 35

hi dassana,
the recipe is awesom n so easy to make. im single n hardly cook, though i like cooking bt my job doesnt allow me to do so. i love kadhaai paneer bt nvr tried my hands in it./….today the cook dint turn up n i had all the veggies required so i decided to cook n search fr the recipe…this was the first site i stumbled upon n the result ws surprising…:) thanks a lot n keep it up….will surely try ur other recipes. all the best!

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dassana August 30, 2013 36

thanks divya for the positive feedback.

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farhath August 19, 2013 37

Hi,
I am making this like every other week, It is just yummy, thank you,
I would like to make a suggestion to it, saute the paneer in some oil before mixing it to the curry, it enhances the taste.:-)

Thank you,

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dassana August 20, 2013 38

thanks farhath. i know sauting the paneer in oil before adding to the masala does taste good. will add your suggestion in the notes section of the recipe.

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Aisha August 13, 2013 39

Too good………. I made this at eid party and everyone loved it. Will try some other receipts by you very soon.

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dassana August 13, 2013 40

thanks aisha

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simran August 10, 2013 41

Thanxx…

i have made paneer tikka with ur recipe and its was ultimate… 1st dish that made tasty in my life :-)
thanks dear

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dassana August 10, 2013 42

thanks simran

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Deepti August 4, 2013 43

Hello Dassana,

Thank you for providing this recipe.. I am a novice but it turned out to be very good and my family members loved it! Thanks again for guiding newcomers like me :-)

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dassana August 4, 2013 44

thanks deepti for the positive feedback. you can also try more step by step recipes from the blog.

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Chayanika August 2, 2013 45

Hi Dassana
Thanks for the recipe, I would be trying it soon and would definitely give you my feedback then. I loved your style of ‘Recipe writing’ and somehow it made me want to write to you. I am a very occasional cook but I love cooking. I love to just search the web for new newer and unique recipes!!!
however I really want a recipe for cooking paneer without onions and garlic, since my husband eats vegetarian food on Saturdays, and he loves paneer. Hope you might be aware that for Bengalis vegetarian means without onions and garlic, though I find it queer, but still that is what is vegetarian for us!!!So I was hoping whether you can help me out with a recipe for paneer without onions and garlic. Though frankly speaking I would be trying out this recipe of yours without the garlic ;) tomorrow and would let you know the outcome.
Thanks and warm wishes
Chayanika.

P.S. I would have asked you the meaning of Dassana, but then my good sense prevailed and I went back to your ‘About’ page and read the meaning. its a beautiful name!!

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dassana August 3, 2013 46

hi chayanika. thanks for writing and am glad you wrote. i had a feeling that for bengalis vegetarian means without onion & garlic, but was not completely sure about this. now i know :-)
just add a generous pinch of hing/asafoetida to the kadai paneer recipe, if you prefer. just to slightly mimic the onion-garlic flavors.

warm wishes to you too chayanika. you also have a beautiful name and i wonder what does it mean.

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bina patel July 31, 2013 47

hey mem tody i make paneer kadhai with ur recipe and its was realy to good like resturent thanku

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dassana July 31, 2013 48

thanks bina

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Aravindh Balasubramanian July 24, 2013 49

I tried this recipe. Really wonderful.. A must try.

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dassana July 25, 2013 50

thanks aravindh

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dassana July 19, 2013 51

richa, i hope your husband likes it.

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Sangeetha July 18, 2013 52

Hi Dassana,
Thanks a lot for this wonderful recipe, tried your Kadai Paneer and loved it a lot. Posted the recipe on my space too :) Thanks again..love ur pictures !

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dassana July 19, 2013 53

thanks sangeetha for trying the paneer recipe as well as giving the link. much appreciated.

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suvidha shelar July 9, 2013 54

Thanks a lot to make such a good n testy recipe web site..
yesterday i made Kadai Paneer and i got so great response from my family…they just loved it….the all credit goes to you because of your blog i made such a good recipe…
again thanks a lot…

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dassana July 9, 2013 55

thanks suvidha for this nice feedback.

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Swapnil June 26, 2013 56

Wow…..I made this yesterday and it turned out just like from a restaurant. I only made one change by adding some thinly sliced red onions and I guess it added to the flavor of the dish. I have also tried your pav bhaji and spinach daal recipes and it was the best ever bhaji I’ve ever made….my husband just loved it ( and he’s a picky eater)
I am just going to stick to your blog for my cooking needs from now on. Thanks for your wonderful recipes and your awesome blog!

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dassana June 26, 2013 57

thanks swapnil for this nice feedback. keep visiting the blog.

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Prachi Deore June 25, 2013 58

After successful attempt in cooking your PBM recipe, all of a sudden I have developed interest in cooking. So the next in line was Kadhai Paneer. I cooked it y’day. What I can say, again a gr8 restaurant style recipe and so easy to make. My husband and me are relishing your recipes.

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dassana June 25, 2013 59

thanks prachi for the positive feedback

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sukhraj gill June 25, 2013 60

good

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Smitha June 21, 2013 61

This is the 5th consecutive day i m preparing this dish n believe me , it myt continue for few more days …everyone loved it.!! I google a lot on recipes n m so fortunate to have found u ,of all sites i have ever come across , u r d best ! its simple , easy to make and taste ?… jus heavenly !!! :)

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dassana June 21, 2013 62

thanks a lot smitha for the lovely and encouraging comment. made my day :-)

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Aditya June 5, 2013 63

Thank you so much for this great recipe. Made it today and none of my friends could believe that it was made at home. Typical restaurant type taste.

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dassana June 6, 2013 64

welcome aditya.

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Yashika June 5, 2013 65

Woohhh u know my dad is an NRI not really fond of paneer
He came to see us and i used ur recipe
He simply loved it and told me he is proud to have a daughter like me
M just 19 and cooked this for the first time
And it looked yum and tasted even better
Thank you thank you thank you…
You are simply awesome :D
Keep up the good work!
\m/

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dassana June 6, 2013 66

thanks a lot yashika.

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harshil May 31, 2013 67

I love ur recipe…it is so easy to understand, the way u hv added the pics at each step is amazing..thank you so much for a wonderful site…I m going to try it tomorrow n I m a new ingredient in kitchen…so all the best to me..thanx a ton

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dassana June 1, 2013 68

thanks harshil. all the best and happy cooking.

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Ritika April 25, 2013 69

Loved it! It was easy to make.. even when I didnt have kashmiri mirch and green chillies and added some red chilli powder instead, turned out really good. Really enjoyed the pictorial depiction, so comforting for a beginner cook.. Thanks for posting!

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dassana April 26, 2013 70

thanks ritika. the pics do help. even when i surf, the pics do help when making a particular recipe.

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Manjula Arora April 25, 2013 71

Amazing!!! because of the pictures I didn’t forget the steps and could make kadai paneer more easily. Please give some more such recipes which are easily available in kitchen. Thanks.

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dassana April 26, 2013 72

thanks manjula. there are many recipes on the blog that has ingredients easily available in the kitchen. in your free time you can surf the recipes on the blog.

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divya April 4, 2013 73

hi dassana,
this is a lovely recipe for kadhai paneer!!! my husband only likes to eat shahi paneer but i took a gamble and used your recipe and the result was SUCCESS. He finished the entire bowl!!! thank you so much!

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dassana April 4, 2013 74

thanks divya.

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Ashna March 10, 2013 75

Hi, thanks for posting this. i’ve followed your paneer recipe and i’m going to store it for me to mke this kadai paneer tomorrow. must i fry the paneer? is not, how do i have to store it – in the fridge or freezer? what do i have to do before using the paneer tomorrow?
thanks for such wonderful recipes. :)

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dassana March 10, 2013 76

thanks ashna. no need to fry the paneer. if using the next day, then you can keep in the fridge. but keep in a box or keep covered. you can also keep the paneer in the tray just below the freezer if this option is there in your fridge. just let the paneer come to the room temperature before you add in the kadai for making kadai paneer. enjoy cooking :-)

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Ashna March 10, 2013 77

thank you Dassana :)
i’m planning to cook this along with aloo bhatura but i’m unable to make a distinction between wheat flour and refined wheat flour. I live in Mauritius, so i don’t think the ingredients are named the same way as yours. can you shed some light, please?

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dassana March 10, 2013 78

refined wheat flour is all purpose flour and wheat flour is whole wheat flour. its just the linguistic differences like corn starch is called as corn flour in india.

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Ashna March 10, 2013 79

ok, thank you :) am cooking all these for my fiance. hope I’m as successful as you in the kitchen :)

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dassana March 10, 2013 80

welcome ashna. all the best. don’t worry. happy cooking.

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Anu March 1, 2013 81

Hey Dassana!!!

‘The recipe turned out AWESOME’…will be an understatement :)) Pictures surely did speak louder than words and the step by step process clicked…goes to show ur passion for cooking :) Thanks for a terrific recipe girl :)

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dassana March 2, 2013 82

great anu. thanks for all the lovely words.

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sarmistha February 9, 2013 83

it is delicious

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jay February 2, 2013 84

I have to say that this recipe was easy and delicious. Even my daughter who is not a big fan of Indian food loved it. Usually I am very sceptical about “restaurant style” recipes because I am thinking lots of grease, ingredients that I don’t have at home, too many spices, etc, etc…But this recipe was very different and is a keeper. Thanks so much for posting this online.

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dassana February 2, 2013 85

thanks jay. in the restaurants they use a lot of oil, spices etc. but when we make at home we can create the same taste & flavor using healthy ingredients.

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Ronak January 30, 2013 86

I just tried this restaurant style kadai paneer and it was simply superb! Tastes even better than restaurant ! Thank you for such a wonderful recipe! I am looking forward to trying other recipes on your website :)

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dassana January 30, 2013 87

thanks ronak for your feedback. do try the other recipes as well.

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bharti October 4, 2012 88

DELICIOUS! I loved the simplicity and taste of this recipe. I’ve been reading all of your punjabi recipes and a lot of them remind me of what my grandma used to make. Your recipes are authentic and delicious. Keep it up! :)

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dassana October 4, 2012 89

thanks bharti for those beautiful words. i am humbled to know that the punjabi recipes remind you of your grandma :-)

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Mohana October 2, 2012 90

Wow!!!!!! your kadhai paneer is superbly fantastic. It tastes better than any restaurant. I am loving it Ooh:-)

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dassana October 2, 2012 91

glad to know that kadai paneer was fantastic :-)

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Priyanka Nagar September 20, 2012 92

I tried this dish today and it came out amazing! My co-worker came to my desk through the wonderful smell. She tasted it and loved it too!

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dassana September 20, 2012 93

hey priyanka, thanks dear. thats awesome :-)

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Aimee | The Honeyed Almond September 7, 2012 94

I’ve just learned how to make paneer and came across this recipe which looks incredible. I’m definitely going to try it out with the paneer!

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dassana September 7, 2012 95

thanks aimee. do give your feedback.

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shweta thakur August 15, 2012 96

i have just read this reciepe …yummy…mooh me pani aa raha hae..he best part is that…each step itne achae se bataya hae k confidence aa jata hae…yes i can make it…..tand now i could not stop myself from trying it….i hope jitni achee dikh rahi hae utni yummy bane b….i.’ll surely let u know…..Thankyou so much

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dassana August 16, 2012 97

thanks shweta for your lovely comments. if possible do give the feedback.

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April July 27, 2012 98

I’m a new reader of your blog, from the US. Made this recipe over the weekend and it turned out great. I even made my own paneer thanks to your directions. Can’t wait to try more of your recipes!

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dassana July 27, 2012 99

thank april for your encouraging comments. yes do try the other recipes from the blog as well.

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shweta July 22, 2012 100

liked it….surely make this one

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nisha kakwani June 9, 2012 101

i love kadai paneer,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lekin aaj me is recipe se banaya
hmmmmm…………. bahut yami-yami bna

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Nandini April 29, 2012 102

Hi Dassana,
Just made this and it turned out so good.
Thankyou for the easy recipe. I came across your blog just today
your pictures and recipes are great, made me want to try this immediately!
I will surely be back again and again!

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dassana April 29, 2012 103

thanks nandini for making the kadai paneer and good to know it came out nice. do visit whenever time permits.

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suhani March 9, 2012 104

i made kadai paneer today with dhaba style dal, jeera rice and rotis..the food was heavenly..the kadai paneer was so tasty that my husband declared me the masterchef of the house..i m so glad to have found this site nd most importantly u Dassana..i m so grateful to u to be my cooking friend and guide..

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dassana March 10, 2012 105

dear suhani, thanks for all your encouraging comments. i don’t have any words to say as i am feeling so good for you.

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Sandhya March 6, 2012 106

In any other websites they hardly attract users to feel they want to try the recipe. this is the only page i found with great pictures of step by step process which makes me feel that i’ll succeed in my attempt of making this dish

please keep going!!!

upload more and more recipes

i’m a fan of your site from now on :)

all the best !!!!!!

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dassana March 6, 2012 107

dear sandhya

your comment has made my day. its visitors like you who encourage me with your positive comments and compliments. thanks a lot.

i will be uploading more recipes.

if you are interested you can subscribe to my website and get the recipes in your inbox. click on the link below to subscribe.

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usha March 4, 2012 108

One of my favourite dish.mouthwatering………..yummmmm.I am cooking tonight.

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Deepa Mohan January 29, 2012 109

Superb. dish

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Deepa Mohan January 29, 2012 110

I tried out this dish. It was marvellous. This dish is a must try. Hats off….

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dassana January 29, 2012 111

thanks deepa… good to know the kadai paneer turned out great.

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jyoti January 11, 2012 112

superb yaar…..will try today itself….I am sure my hubby goin to impress with this…..cheers…………….

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Alan December 7, 2011 113

I like this recipe but also just tried an amazing prepared set of spices from the oneofakind show in toronto http://www.jaswantskitchen.com/recipes.php?rec=16

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harikannan December 5, 2011 114

the kadai paneer came out so good…..thanks…never thought its so simle to prepare…. :)

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dassana December 5, 2011 115

thanka harikannan

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Ranjani November 19, 2011 116

Tried your recipe today and it was AWESOME..your blog is wonderful!!!!

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dassana November 20, 2011 117

that good to know ranjani… thanks dear…

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sneha November 2, 2011 118

The pictures are so tempting! And the step by step instructions with pictures are just fantastic! Thank you so much.

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poonam singh October 24, 2011 119

i jst love paneer. i m sure goin to try dis out. thnk u.

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Susheel October 15, 2011 120

Found this from Tastespotting. Looks good and I love paneer will try out

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Radhika October 14, 2011 121

Dassana,
Came here through tastespotting and so glad to find you!
Your kadai paneer looks and sounds so lip smacking. Even though I’m not a big fan of paneer, the husband is and I’m *so* tempted to give it a try..

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Maria October 14, 2011 122

Vow my favorite recipe… my mouth is watering I will surely make this one :)

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divya September 7, 2012 123

i tried dis recipe but my dish came out to veryyyy sour :(…hw cud i have corrected it?

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dassana September 7, 2012 124

dear divya, there are only two ingredients in this recipe that can go sour – tomatoes or paneer. what was sour…. the masala or the paneer?

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divya September 9, 2012 125

d masala…

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dassana September 10, 2012 126

ok…. it is the sour tomatoes that i presume must have made the masala go sour. sometimes one does get sour tasting tomatoes, even though they look red and ripe from outside. i would suggest to add 1 or 2 tbsp of cream in this case… it will lighten the sourness of the masala. but there is nothing one can do when such things happen…

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divya September 10, 2012 127

oh ok.. thanku soo much :)

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indu November 26, 2012 128

the recipe is delicious i love it

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