tawa paneer masala recipe, easy and quick paneer tava masala recipe

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tawa paneer masala recipe with step by step photos – this delicious tawa paneer recipe is one of the easiest and quick paneer recipe you can prepare. a delicious semi dry curry which can be cooked in less than 30 minutes. so easy that you can make these when you have unexpected guests at home or you want to cook something easy for dinner after a day’s hard work.

the best part is you can easily serve the tawa paneer masala with a wheat bread or brown bread or pav. you don’t need to make chapatis or parathas. of course you can make chapati or parathas, if you have time and are not too tired.

paneer tava masala

few other quick and easy paneer recipes on the blog are:

the entire recipe is made on a tawa/tava – a concave shaped round pan (shown in the step by step pics below) used in indian homes for making various indian flat breads like rotis and parathas. even dosa and cheela (gram flour crepes) are made on the tawa. they are also used for shallow frying snacks like aloo tikki and for dry roasting spices, nuts and seeds. a few vegetarian recipes made on tawa are:

if you don’t have a tawa, then you can easily use a frying pan or a medium skillet. if using a tawa, then use a medium sized or a large tawa, so that the food does not spill from the sides while cooking.

to make this recipe, you will need paneer/cottage cheese, capsicum, onion, tomatoes and the regular indian spices-herbs. i have made a puree of the tomatoes. however, you can just finely chop them and add to the dish.

while serving paneer tawa masala, drizzle some lemon juice on top and garnish with coriander leaves. accompany with some side salad.

if you are looking for more paneer gravy recipes then do check:

tawa paneer masala recipe

tawa paneer masala recipe, quick paneer tava masala recipe
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tawa paneer masala recipe | quick paneer tava masala recipe

tawa paneer masala recipe - a semi dry curry with capsicum/bell pepper, onions, tomatoes and paneer cubes cooked on tawa or a griddle. a popular restaurant side dish.

course main course, side dish
cuisine north indian
prep time 15 minutes
cook time 25 minutes
total time 40 minutes
servings 3
rough calories per serving 307 kcal
author dassana amit

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

  • 200 to 250 grams paneer (cottage cheese)
  • 1 large onion - finely chopped OR about 100 to 120 grams onions
  • 1 medium capsicum OR about 80 to 100 grams capsicum (green bell pepper or shimla mirch)
  • 3 medium tomatoes - chopped OR 180 to 200 grams tomatoes
  • 4 to 5 medium garlic cloves (lahsun)
  • 1 inch ginger (adrak)
  • 1 green chili - chopped (hari mirch)
  • ½ teaspoon ajwain (carom seeds or omam)
  • 1 teaspoon coriander powder (dhania powder)
  • ¼ teaspoon red chilli powder (lal mirch powder)
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)
  • 1 teaspoon pav bhaji masala OR ½ teaspoon garam masala + ¼ teaspoon dry mango powder (amchur powder)
  • 2 tablespoon butter
  • ½ teaspoon crushed kasuri methi (dry fenugreek leaves)
  • salt as required
  • few chopped coriander leaves for garnish (dhania patta)

how to make recipe

preparation for tawa paneer masala

  1. finely chop the onions and capsicum/green bell pepper.
  2. roughly chop the tomatoes, green chili, ginger and garlic.
  3. crush the ginger and garlic in a mortar-pestle to a paste.
  4. add the chopped tomatoes in a blender and make a smooth puree. keep aside.
  5. chop the paneer in ½ inch cubes.

making tawa paneer masala

  1. melt butter on a tawa or skillet.
  2. add the ajwain (carom seeds) and fry them for a few seconds or till aromatic.

  3. add the onions and saute till translucent.
  4. add the ginger-garlic paste, green chilies, finely chopped capsicum/green bell pepper and saute for about 3 minutes.
  5. then add the red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder and pav bhaji masala. if you don't have pav bhaji masala, add garam masala + amchur powder/dry mango powder.
  6. stir and saute for about a minute.
  7. then add the tomato puree and salt.
  8. stir well and saute till you see butter releasing from the sides and the masala has thickened a bit. this takes about 8 to 10 minutes on a low flame.
  9. if the tomato masala looks dry, then add 1 or 2 tbsp of water and continue to saute.
  10. add the paneer cubes and stir well, so that the masala coats the paneer cubes evenly.
  11. cook the paneer for 1 to 2 minutes. then add the crushed kasuri methi (dry fenugreek leaves). stir very well and switch off the flame.

  12. garnish with coriander leaves and serve tawa paneer masala with chapatis, phulkas, naan or bread. accompany with a few wedges of lemon slices which can be drizzled on the tawa paneer and a side onion salad.

how to make tawa paneer masala

1. add the chopped tomatoes (3 medium tomatoes or 180 to 200 gms) in a blender and make a smooth puree. keep aside.

puree for tava paneer recipe

2. melt 2 tbsp butter on a tawa or skillet.

butter for tawa paneer masala recipe

3. add ½ tsp carom seeds/ajwain and fry them for a few seconds or till aromatic.

carom seeds for tawa paneer masala recipe

4. add 1 large onion, chopped (about 100 to 120 grams) and saute till translucent.

onions for tawa paneer recipe

5. add the ginger-garlic paste (1 inch ginger + 4 to 5 medium garlic), 1 chopped green chili, 1 medium finely chopped capsicum/green bell pepper and saute for about 3 minutes.

preparing tawa paneer masala recipe

6. then add the ¼ tsp red chili powder, ¼ tsp turmeric powder, 1 tsp coriander powder and 1 tsp pav bhaji masala. if you don’t have pav bhaji masala, then add garam masala + amchur powder/dry mango powder. stir and saute for about a minute.

spices for tawa paneer masala recipe

7. add the tomato puree and stir.

stir - making paneer tawa masala recipe

8. season with salt and saute with stirring at intervals.

tomato puree to make tawa paneer masala recipe

9. saute till you see butter releasing from the sides and the masala has thickened a bit. this takes about 8 to 10 minutes on a low flame. if the tomato masala looks dry, then add 1 or 2 tbsp of water and continue to saute.

preparing tawa paneer masala recipe

10. add the paneer cubes (200 to 250 gms) and stir well, so that the masala coats the paneer cubes evenly.

paneer for tawa paneer masala recipe

11. cook the paneer for 1 to 2 minutes. then add ½ tsp crushed kasuri methi (dry fenugreek leaves). stir very well and switch off the flame.

making tawa paneer masala recipe

12. garnish with coriander leaves and serve tawa paneer masala with chapatis, naan or bread or pav. accompany with a few wedges of lemon slices which can be drizzled on the tawa paneer and a side onion salad.

paneer tawa masala recipe, tawa paneer masala recipe

About

dassana amit
i started vegrecipesofindia.com in feb 2009. it is a pure vegetarian blog and shares recipes with step by step photos.

i am passionate about cooking from childhood and learnt cooking from my elders. a home science degree course further enhanced my cooking and baking skills professionally along with an internship in a five star hotel. i am trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.

all the 1800 recipes posted on blog are tried and tested and made healthy wherever possible. the recipes are detailed and with step by step pictures that will easily help you to make delicious and tasty vegetarian food.



275 thoughts on “tawa paneer masala recipe, easy and quick paneer tava masala recipe

  1. I am not getting your app on play store..please help me with the link to download your app

    • Vidya, we no longer have app on play store. You have to check these website only for recipes.

  2. Excellent recipe, thank you. I added additional garlic flakes and some fresh lime to give it some zest!

    • Welcome Sammyez. Glad to know the variation you did to paneer tawa masala recipe.

  3. Thankful to u.
    Ur recipes are just awesome.
    I tried tawa paneer masala at both Houses(my parent house n at in law ).
    Both my families loved this recipe.
    It just turn out awesome,yummy n t

    • Welcome Meeta. Glad to know that everyone liked the tawa paneer masala recipe. Thanks for sharing this awesome feedback.

  4. Any reason for deleting the app ?

    • HM, we are not able to manage the app well. few complaints are coming. however you can check the recipes in the website as the app is the exact replica of website. in fact website is better than app.

  5. Hi, I used to try almost all the receipes. All are came out well. Ur dishes are just awesome. I’m waiting for non veg dishes :).

    • Thanks Sowmiya for your positive feedback on veg recipes. We only share vegetarian recipes. Although we have got many request to post non-veg recipes.

  6. Thank you very much for your tawa paneer recipe. It’s easy to cook and delicious in taste.

    • welcome prabha and thanks for sharing this positive feedback on tawa paneer masala recipe.

  7. Just Wow. Tried your tawa paneer recipe.It came out so tasty and yummy that I wanted it to share with you immediately.Full proof recipe.Loved it!!

    • Thanks Mrinal for this positive feedback. Glad to know that you liked tawa paneer masala recipe.

  8. Hi dassana tried tawa paneer recipie it came out awesome 😊,,,,i have tried your other recipie also ,,,,really you have made vegetarian recipies more and more interesting,,,,,thank you for sharing step by step recipie giving every detail,,,,keep up the good work😀

    • welcome kavita. glad to know this. thanks for your positive feedback on tawa paneer masala.

  9. I am a veg food lover and cooking addict and this site is the answer for all my cravings …thanks dasannna for all the wonderful recipies…everything i have made till today came out really well..i m newly wed and everyone is surprised to see my hubby happily eating the veg food i m making.He is actually a hardcore non vegetarian and used to hate all kind of vegetarian food..its all the magic of your recipies

    • thats nice to know shilpa. thanks a lot. vegetarian food can be made very tasty and flavorful. i am glad that the website is helping you in creating vegetarian recipes. stay happy, blessed and wish you all the best in life.

  10. I’m a big fan of your recipes.. tried tawa paneer today and it came out very well. Instead of aam chur, I add a few cranberries for that tart taste. Came out well. Thank for the recipe!

    • welcome tara. glad to know this. thanks for sharing the variation you did to the recipe.

  11. Sounds easy will give it a try . I usually come to your site for all my veg recipies and thanks to you they have come out real well.
    Can I make this at night n serve in the morning? Coz really mornings are a super crunch time. I usually make all my sabzi pervious night n make rotis in the mornings.since it’s tawa paneer I m a lil apprehensive!!!

    • thanks safia. you can prepare in the night. refrigerate. then reheat in the morning and serve. if the gravy becomes thick, then add some water.

  12. just now only I came too know about this app..it really came out well thank you ma’am

    • welcome radhika

  13. Mam can we make frankie using tawa paneer?

    • you can easily make frankie with the tawa paneer masala. just keep a semi dry to dry gravy.

  14. Hi i tried ur recipe it came out good but it had a little sour flavor. Can u suggest wht to do pls?

    • sourness could be due to tomatoes. you can add some cream or a little sugar to tone down the sourness.

  15. This is an awesome recipe, I tried it & it came out yummy… thank you so much for the recipe

    • Welcome Jhumur

  16. You are simply the best in the whole wide world. Your every recipe is to the perfection. What a balance in every dish. Simply mind blowing. Your fan.

    • Thanks a lot Mayuri for your kind words.

  17. I made this recipe yesterday and it came out fantastic! The flavor and taste was excellent. I also like the pictures for each and every step. So happy I found your blog and excited to try more recipes!

    • thanks minal for sharing your feedback. sure do try the other recipes and i hope you like them.

  18. Hello Dassana,

    I have tried this and the result was just excellent. The Only alternative I used was, Shahi Jeera at the place of Azwain (Due to unavailability). Still the texture was same and it taste great. Thanks for sharing this.

    Regards,
    Abhijit

    • pleased to know this abhijit, thanks for positive views. you are welcome.

  19. Mam, i try all d recipes js frm ur blog. Nvr even give a look towards others.js bcoz i hav a confidence dat i wl nvr fail if try ur recipes.

    • glad to know this rachna 🙂 thank you for you kind and encouraging words. do share your feedback when you try the recipes from blog.

  20. Hello dassana mam I try this recipe today it just awesome everyone just love it

    • pleased to know this thank you kahekashan 🙂 for the feedback.

  21. How do paneer taste. . Kindly rply

    • paneer has a bland taste and it absorbs the flavors of the sauce or gravy that you make.

  22. Hey Dassana.. Your recipes are just amazing.. Could you tell me if there is any substitute for carom seeds or could I skip them?

    • thanks bhavi. just skip them. an alternative but not a substitute, would be cumin seeds.

  23. Amazing recipe

  24. Thank amit ..u made me a good cook

    • welcome dhananjay. glad to know this.

  25. Hello…. Can I make this recipe without capssium

    • capsicum gives a very good taste. without capsicum some flavor and taste will be lost. but you can still make.

  26. Hi,
    Wanted to try this recipe. But I need to make it for a quantity that has to be served to 20 ppl..so if I use 600g of paneer can u tell me how to alter the quantity of ingredients accordingly..

    • use 1 kg of paneer and increase the quantity of all ingredients 4 to 5 times proportionately except the spice powders. add the spice powders as per taste.

  27. I love this blog..they have the best and most easy recipes..and most of all my husband has started loving my veg food..thank u soo much..keep bringing in excellent recipes!

    • glad your husband started liking veg food and thankyou for your kind words 🙂 also you are always welcome rasha.

  28. You deserve 10 stars!

    • thankyou adarsh 🙂

  29. I’ve tried it and it was very delicious and easy to make!?

    • thankyou so much adarsh glad you liked the tawa paneer masala 🙂

  30. Thanks. I’ll try to do the recipe

    • welcome.

  31. Very nice recipe thanks, quick tasty and the perfect quantity for 2 people. I served with onion lachcha and roti, perfect!

    • glad to know this and thankyou tom 🙂

  32. Can I substitute tamarind powder for the mango powder, or should I special order the mango powder. I just came across your blog & see that you use this ingredient quite often in your recipes. Can’t wait to try it!

    • tamarind gives a different kind of sourness than dry mango powder. skip the dry mango powder and add few drops of lemon or lime juice towards the end.

  33. Dear Dassana Amit….been wanting to write to you since a while. I have tried most of your paneer recipes with great success! Your site is so inviting for any vegetarian cook….and God sent for an amateur like me. Thank you once again.

    Anubhuti

    • we had aimed to help amateur and beginners through our food blog. pleased to know the mission is getting accomplished thankyou so much 🙂 anubhuti.

  34. actually i am vegan, however i do the cooking here at home and the kids and grand kids all love paneer. will definitely try this out at the week end. great recipes on your blog. regards

    • ramjee surely try the tawa paneer recipe and share your views. thankyou so much and you are welcome.

  35. Hey tried you tava paneer. It turned out quiet well. Good job with such nice recipe.
    Thanks.

    • thanks sini for the positive review.

  36. hey dassanaji, i tried this and many more recipes of urs..n they came out to be fabulous..and lip smackingly tasty..:)
    thnx for all these organoleptic recipes…thnx a lot

    • thankyou richa 🙂 for your kind words.

  37. Hi Dassana,

    I have tried your most of the paneer/rice recipes, they are great. You are a perfect cook, simple and yet tasty recipes!
    Thank you for making our lives so easy!

    Regards,
    Sowmya

    • sowmya pleased to know you liked all the paneer recipes 🙂 mostly simple recipes have the best flavor. you are always welcome.

  38. Hey pls hlep me..i will make paneer butter masala bt end the moment i loss my cream.so if u suggst me without cream how i make panner masala

    • jyotirmoyee, skip adding the cream.

  39. Tried it last night. We liked the taste. Yum 🙂
    Also I tried making rasgula’s as per your instructions and each time it tasted differently.
    But always nice to eat 🙂
    Thanks Dassana. Heading to the kitchen now , to make some besan ladoos with the recipe you have provided in this site . Will surely let you know about it too.
    Cheers. You are doing a good job

    • welcome amrutha. glad to know this. thanks for sharing positive review.

  40. Hii mam,
    Ur all recipies are very helpful to me..i hav learn soo many things with ur help of ur recipies..i hav now noo need to join the cooking classess..thanks alot mam..

    • welcome aisha. glad to know this.

  41. HI don’t who r u but u r recipes I cook daily i am a big fan of u

    • thanks shravanthi for your kind words. glad to know this.

  42. Hello dassana,
    Ur all recipes are wonderful, I really love ur all recipes, thank u.

    • welcome renu. glad to know this.

  43. I’m a beginner in kitchen.. Ur recipes are just very easy n it helps me alot… I hv tried many of ur recipes n it came out well… Thank u

    • welcome dipti. glad to know this.

  44. Hi Dassana,
    Made this twice. Thanks fr the good work you do, you save so many lives.
    I have sticked to your site since I moved to Malaysia, as there are less options for vegetables here. But , aftr visiting your site , I don’t have to think about dishes to cook. I’m always ready with some or other dish. Love your work.
    Thanks again.

    Deepika.

    • welcome deepika. glad to know that you like the recipes.

  45. Hi,

    I would like to try this recipe sooner. I have two doubts although:
    1. Can I use non stick flat pan instead of tawa?
    2. Whenever I use tomato puree, I don’t know why but my dish on tasting seems uncooked, slightly sweet in taste. No matter how long I cook, I never saw gravy releasing oil/butter. This happen only with tomato puree based dish. Please suggest what should I do?

    • you can use a non stick tawa. you have to cook the puree for some more minutes. oil specks should be seen floating on top or at the sides. add a pinch of salt for the tomato puree to cook faster.

  46. I tried pander butter masala. It is an excellent recepi. Thanks!

    • thanks sintu for the positive review on paneer butter masala.

  47. thanks a lot .hope to be nice as it looks

    • welcome aparna

  48. Turned out delicious!

    • thanks jayshree

  49. Hi dassana,

    I really love your recipes. They come out so very well that all my friends praise me always for making such wonderful dishes 🙂
    Can we use chopped tomatoes instead of tomato puree.
    Did you use sour tomatoes.

    • thanks sandhya for sharing positive feedback. yes you can use. chop the tomatoes finely. i used riped tomatoes which are not sour.

  50. Its really tasty and yummy , hot and spicy. I liked it very much.

    • thanks ananya for sharing positive feedback.

  51. I cant wait to try this recipe. Everything else i’ve tried from your website is absolutely fabulous. You are very talented.
    I had one question. I would prefer to use double cream in this dish rather than sugar. How much would i need to pour? Half or quarter cup?

    • jashen, i have not added sugar in this recipe.

  52. Hi Dassana,

    Tried it, turned out very nice, easy and yummy. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • welcome harsha. glad to know this.

  53. Cool blog. Tried many of your recipes, this one too turned out tasty. Thanks for sharing tasty and easy recipes.

    • welcome mitali. glad to know this.

  54. This recipe is so easy to cook..m aao feeling very Happy to make ur all recipes… N really evryvn who taste d dish which I hv made they are praising me….

    • thanks afrida for sharing positive feedback. glad to know this.

  55. All recipe are fabulous thanks a lot

    • welcome shweta

  56. All your recipes are just fabulous and the step by step photos helps a lot… If you can then please try to add some assamese recipes… Thank you…

    • welcome anindita. yes i will keep on adding more recipes.

  57. This recipe is awesome. Everyone in my family loved it. Thank you!!

    • thanks for the positive feedback seema.

  58. It is very tasty!!! Thank you so much

    • welcome sanjana

  59. I want to thank you for this tasty and easy recipe…… and your all recipes are fabulous and most importantly your recipes made me star of my home…. thank you so much….

    • welcome sanjana. glad to know this. thanks for sharing positive feedback.

  60. Thank you so much! I follow All your recipe’s And they are simply amazing!

    • welcome lucio

  61. Thank you for the delicious recepies!!

    This is so easy even my husband can make the dishes! The step by step pictures make everything so much “less messy” and it looks easy and makes you want to try. Thank you for spreading the indian love of food to a scandinavian family!!

    • welcome daniella. glad to know this. do try some recipes.

  62. Just awesome

    • Thanks Sinchana J.N.

  63. Hi,

    I am great fan of your blog. I prepared bendi curry the other day and it came out so well. Yesterday i prepared tawa paneer and it tasted awesome. I want to thank you so much.

    • Welcome Sinchana J.N. Glad to know this. Thanks for sharing your positive feedback.

  64. Hi,

    I am great fan of your blog. I prepared bendi curry the other day and it came out so well. Yesterday i prepared tawa paneer and it tasted awesome. I want to thank you so much. Now i have started looking out for only this website if i want to prepare anything.

    • Thanks Sinchana J.N for your positive feedback and kind words. Glad to know this.

  65. whenever I want to try something new n want to know the proper steps of any particular dish I explore ur website. Ur steps r easy to follow with delicious pictures. Love ur recipes

    • thanks neetu. glad to know that you like step by step recipes presentation.

  66. Ur recipes are mindblowing and delicious and v well illusrated by you to show them as simple as u can.. love ur recipes 🙂
    Keep up the good work.

    • thanks saba for sharing positive feedback.

  67. hey tried tawa paneer recipe yday and it was just awesome….everyone enjoyd it..thanx and keep posting more recipes.loved ur recipes

    • welcome maitry. glad to know this. thanks for sharing positive review on tawa paneer masala recipe.

  68. I tried this out today and it came out very well. I kept comparing my dish at various stages of preparation with the photos to ensure that it was on track. The end result is delicious. As always your site has served me very well. Thank you so much. 🙂

    • thanks again sneha. good to know and welcome 🙂

  69. Hi Dassana,

    Tried this recipe today. It was simply superb.The taste was awesome. Must thank you for the step by step recipe with pics.It tasted great with paranthas. Thanks again. I keep going through your site in free time, I’m sure going to try out other recipes as well.

    • welcome tanmayee. glad to know this. thanks for sharing positive feedback on recipes.

  70. I’ve made this four or five times as written and it’s spectacular every time.

    • thanks jake for sharing this positive feedback.

  71. I came across your website and love it. I have tried loads of your recipes including this one and they all come out great. Nowadays, i check what veggies i have in the fridge, then check your website for what i can do with them 🙂 the pictures make the recipe very easy to follow. and i love trying out new stuff. thanks for such an awesome blog! keep up the great recipes and photos!

    • thanks suparna for sharing this positive feedback. i am trying to cover as many vegetables and ingredients as i can. so that it benefits readers. i am humbled to know that you check the website with the veggies in mind. thanks again. happy cooking.

  72. Absolutely tasty recipe. I serve it as a filling into hot dogs.

    • thanks kalpita. you can serve it is a filling with hot dogs.

  73. Hey your steps are so easy to follow..and your recepies are fabulous .one question
    Why haven’t you added jeera or cumin seeds and chose ajwain seeds instead ?
    And how do you chop everything so finely .do you use a special tool. If so please share the same as chopping is very time taking .thanks 🙂

    • thanks. i added ajwain as it would give a good aroma to the curry. you can also add jeera instead of ajwain. i chop with a knife. i have been trained to chop finely with a knife. though i don’t chop that finely the way i used to do before.

  74. I will try your method to cook. And then only share my experience.

    Thank you.

    • sure 🙂

  75. thank u
    i felt easy cooking by your steps

    • welcome bhavadharane. glad to know this.

  76. m sorry to post my comment after a long time..its been 7 to 8 times i cooked this recepie shared by you….its AWESOME…..lip smacking…..
    My 4 yr old fussy daughter relishes this recepi a lot…else she is very choosy wen it cums to eat food.i even add bolied peas to it…n its really tasty.thnx for sharing it.

    • welcome sumitra. thanks for sharing your experience. glad to know that your daughter liked the recipe very much.

  77. such a yummy recipe. Simply love it and its so easy to follow all the steps.
    Thanks!

    • welcome shadab

  78. loved this one. Ive made this n number of times and its so yummy ans simple to make.
    Thanks!

    • welcome shadab

  79. Hi Dassana,

    Followed your step by step guide and tried tawa paneer masala, it was so yumm!
    Everybody at home loved it!!!!

    Love your recipes…keep posting

    • thanks sweta for sharing positive feedback. glad to know this.

  80. This was a fabulous dish. Thanks for sharing.

    • welcome maina

  81. Your site is the best! Amazing food within minutes! i feel so lucky to find this site Dassana!!
    Thank you so much! Trust me i no more see recipes of Mr. Sanjeev Kapoor or Mrs Tarla Dalal! Keep posting new recipes.. Good Luck 🙂

    • welcome sakshi. thanks for this sweet feedback. glad to know that you are liking the recipes. wishing you all the best in cooking.

  82. My feedback for this dish is long pending.. I should have done it earlier…
    This is one of the easiest paneer sabji ever! I have made this dish 5-6 times for rotis and its such a foolproof recipe. It doesn’t go wrong and tastes the same everytime… (usually that doesn’t happen with me for other dishes!) Especially when you are hard pressed for time.. this recipe takes just 30-40 mins in all! It goes so well with rotis and the flavour of pav bhaji masala is what makes this dish so good!

    • thanks nivedita for sharing this positive feedback. i am sure it will inspire other readers to try this recipe. happy cooking.

  83. Excellent recipe. Thanx a lot .

    • welcome deepika

  84. Excellent recipe. Everyone liked it.

    • thanks pushpa

  85. the best way you explain the best recepie site I can cook very easily with.understanding the benefit of each an every ingerdient

    • thanks shreya for this positive and sweet feedback. happy cooking.

  86. This one was a winner too Dassana. I’m really amazed at the ease that you have explained it with and how even beginners can come up with the right taste to make it look it was made by a seasoned cook. Needless to say, brilliant work done by you as always. I think I spend most times running through your blog than anything else, I always thought I can never cook but now, I’m a believer. All thanks to you ! ! !

    • welcome hemanth. i believe everyone can cook and its not a rocket science. what is needed is the patience to learn and passion to try new recipes. thanks for sharing your feedback always.

  87. Handy ingredients & easy recipe using panner. My son wished to take some panner item in his lunch box. Usually I prepare palak panner. Your tawa panner masala recipe was a welcome change. He loved it. Thnq Dassana

    • welcome uma. glad to know this. thanks for sharing your positive feedback.

  88. Great recipe. To prepare this so easy.

    • thanks priyanka

  89. Hi, just want to say your recipes are awesome! And so easy… These recipes have been a great help to me as I have recently started living on my own.

    • thanks subhi for this positive feedback. glad to know this.

  90. Thanks it helped got so many praises

    • welcome mitushi

  91. Really comes very well, thanks

    • welcome jyoti

  92. Very nice, went down very well, making triple the amount tomorrow. Thank you

    • welcome paul.

  93. Love your recipes….Thank u so much….

    • welcome reena.

  94. Hi
    I keep on preparing variety of food for my family and dear ones and I love it.
    When I made this, the best part was not that every one at my home enjoyed it but that that surprisingly my mom has already asked me to cook this recipe twice after the first occasion.
    This I guess is a big complement.
    Thanks

    • thats really a good complement. its always feels good when our mothers complement us. thanks for sharing your experience. good to know 🙂

  95. Hey you are doing a brilliant job.. keep it up.. Your recipes are so tasty and mouth watering..

    • thanks ankit

  96. Your recipes are amazing, I was feeling that I am running out of recipes and hence sat whole afternoon surfing the net to find more recipes and your recipes especially the pics are awesome and a person would surely get tempted to try these. Thank you for posting these recipes.I am going to come back to your site almost everyday, till i exhaust the list. Keep the good work!!

    By the way I have created a website/Platform for all the food lovers, you can post your recipes on the same under your account and drive more and more traffic to your site.

    • thanks kirti. i will check your site in my free time. however, i don’t have time to post the recipes or articles. but you have created a good platform. all the best.

  97. So useful for me and its interesting

    • thanks.

  98. I tried this recipe for our Diwali get-together and it turned out great ! Thanks for sharing..

    • welcome ashwini

  99. Good recipe.We are going to make it today.I’m sure everyone would love it.

    • thanks nachiketa.

  100. Hello……i tried paneer tawa masala n everyone liked it………..thankyou………

    • welcome zoya. glad to know this.

  101. I have read the Paneer tawa and few interesting items of Panner served in the hotels.
    These receipes are so nicely described step by step to cook easily.Myself a well versed cook I like these veg items and I can easily make at home.
    with regards.

    • thanks.

  102. I dont see a pin it button here – how to Pin ‘Tawa Paneer’ to Pinterest ?

    • gita, hover the mouse over the photos (except the first photo) and you will see the pin it button at top left corner of the image. happy pinning.

  103. Easy recepie

  104. i just loved the demo they gave visuals always helps to remember thank u i loved i will try very soon . it was simple and quick receipe.

    • thanks beena.

  105. PLZZZ POST ME NEW RECIPES SPECIALLY OF PANEER

    • sure 🙂

  106. Paneer shahi

  107. Hello..i have tired your tawa paneer today itself..and my in laws nd husband liked it a lot..thanks a lot. Please keep sharing your awesome recipes. I am very thankful to u. I m belongs from marwari family can u please suggested some tradinational recipe for me..

    • thanks a lot payel. there are many traditional recipes on the blog. you can use the google search button and type the name of the recipe. then hit enter and you will get the recipe if posted.

  108. Since the capsicum is added in between, what if it is overcooked because it is a very dominating one………..But i didn’t make a try yet…….

    • the capsicum can be half cooked or three fourth cooked. its the capsicum that bring in flavor in this dish. if you feel its too much, then you can add a small capsicum instead of a medium sized one.

  109. I Love your blog and follow it on regular basis. I have a quick question on your tawa paneer recipe. Instead of butter can I use oil. I am lactose intolerant, so can’t eat dairy products.

    • thanks sonu for the positive feedback. butter gives a nice taste but you can also use oil instead of butter.

  110. Tawa paneer masala was fantastic. It is easy and explained very well. My children liked it very much. Yes I would like to try other receipes also.

    • thanks swapna for the positive feedback on tawa paneer masala. yes do try some more recipes.

  111. Tawa paneer masala was fantastic. It is easy and explained very well. My children liked it very much. Yes I would like to try other receipes also.

  112. its really awesome………………….just i have cooked this.my hubby liked it.

    • thanks swathi for the positive feedback.

  113. Thank you so much .

    • welcome kalidass

  114. Thank you so much .. tried gobi masala and aloo mattar from your blog came out really well…. will surely try more recipes …. I have a query about this tawa paneer, we dont get fresh paneer here can i do it with frozen paneer … can you just explain it

    • welcome alekha. keep the paneer in warm water till it soften or bring the paneer to room temperature and then you can use the paneer for this recipe.

  115. Hi Dassana,
    This is the 3rd recipe in a row I am trying from your website and trust me there is no other feeling like being appreciated for the food by the guests. This is an brilliant effort by you to share this information. Please do keep up the good work. 10 out of 10
    I assure you I will keep on leaving my feedback on whatever I try from this website.

    • welcome ashish. glad to know that you are liking the recipes. we appreciate the readers feedback and always love to read them. do try more recipes and share your feedback. also feel free to ask any queries on recipes. happy cooking.

  116. WoW WoW WoW WoW!!! Simply amazing… today cooked it and turned out truly amazing…

    Thanks,…

    • welcome sachin

  117. Thanks Dassana. I followed your recipe and it turned out very well. Here’s what I achieved in first attempt. I used non-stick tawa to cook this.

    http://i.imgur.com/fqFIXBe.jpg

    • thanks for the feedback and also for uploading the image. looks yum. you can prepare in a non stick tawa too.

  118. dear,
    today i tried tawa paneer. it came very well and the taste is very nice. My daughters loved this recipe with roti.

    • welcome gomathi. glad to know that you all liked the tawa paneer recipe.

  119. This was an amazing recipe – everyone at home loved it. I usually only use capsicum and paneer together in kadhai paneer so this was a welcome change using the same basic ingredients. Thank you!

    • welcome saloni. glad to know that you tried something new and it came out well for you.

  120. I am a big fan of your cooking and often refer to your site for my cooking. Love the dishes and the great presentation.
    Please keep up the good work…all the best to you.

    • welcome preeti and big thanks for this positive feedback.

  121. Loved the dish. Thank you for the simple style of cooking & elaborate explanation.

    • welcome rohan

  122. Hi Dassana,
    It was so much fun cooking on a tawa..my first time with this style of cooking..:-)Also the dish tasted very good…thank you:-)

    • welcome ashwini. tawa cooking is a lot different than cooking in kadai or a pan.

  123. Cool recipe, I liked it becoz all the ingredients r readily available in the kitchen and the final dish is very yummy.Thanks

    • welcome navin.

    • I made this for dinner yesterday and since I am a vegan I used coconut oil instead of butter and firm organic tofu for paneer , it was delicious. my family raved about it.
      Thanks so much!

      • welcome carmen and big thanks for sharing your feedback and variation. coconut oil or even any other oil can be used instead of butter. tofu is a nice vegan substitute for paneer.

  124. This looks great Dassana!! i am going to try this tomorrow as my cook will be on a leave…All your recipes are so good for health Dassana. You are doing a noble deed by teaching people to to cook healthy yet maintain the great taste 🙂 Restaurants make us sick and are heavy on pockets.

    • welcome tanvi and big thanks for your kind words. i agree home cooked food is better than restaurants food. more healthy, hygienic and suit the pockets.

  125. hello friends..
    i have tried this receipe and it tastes yummm…
    just i have added tadka of kashmiri mirch for little bit spicy flavour to dish..rest 10/10 receipe.thank you

    • welcome khushbu and big thanks for your feedback.

  126. Hi , Tried this for lunch today and it came out very tasty. The pav bhaji masala, amchur and kasuri methi gave a very nice flavour and taste to this dish. Had it with phulkas. Enjoyed it! Thanks a lot for the lovely recipe.

    • welcome shruthi and thanks for this positive feedback.

  127. Dear Dassana,

    I have been trying out the recipes listed on your website. Thanks to you, all my recipes have been delicious and have received many compliments for those. Today shall try this recipes of urs (tawa paneer masala). Loved the new look of ua website 😉 . Please keep posting such much mouth watering recipes 🙂 😀

    Lots of compliments n wishes,
    Tilika.

    • thanks tilika. happy cooking the tawa paneer masala and will be adding some nice recipes. in fact i have lots of them in drafts. just not getting time to update them.

  128. I’ve made made paneer in many ways but this was the best…thnx for the recipie

    • welcome sunita. glad to know that you liked the method.

  129. With this recipe , I have literally fallen for u 🙂 … This site has become my fav now !! I can enjoy restaurant style dishes at home, thanks to u … 🙂

    I needed a small advice , how do i keep my rotis soft for a long time ?

    • thanks smitha. knead the atta with hot water. this way the rotis become soft and even stay soft for a long period of time.

  130. Thank you for greate receipe,its wonderful,
    lookslike mouth watering.

    • welcome aman.

  131. Made it today for dinner. Yummy.

    • thanks pragya for the feedback

  132. Dassana, when I make tawa paneer, I just crumble the paneer before adding…..as this can be done quickly….and always my last resort for a quick curry…..next time I make, I will try with pav bhaji masala and cube the paneer as this looks more yum…yummy clicks as always!

    • i don’t crumble the paneer, as it looks to me more like paneer bhurji 🙂 do try with the paneer cubes. pav bhaji masala gives a nice taste and flavor to the entire dish.

      • I cubed the paneer and added this time and you are so right….they looked yummy!!

        • so you tried nisa. they looked yummy…. but did they taste yummy?

  133. Can we make this in Kadhai too? Will that taste same?

    • you can make in the kadhai. the taste will be a bit different though.

  134. simple and tasty paneer recipe

    • thanks veena

  135. Done let it me try this for today’s lunch 🙂 Thanks for sharing this quick recipe.

    • welcome prasant

  136. this reminds me a lot of my hyd days. a restaurant there made a killer version of tawa paneer and i used to go there so often. hope you have been good 🙂

    • yes nags, i am fine.

  137. loved the idea of making it on the tawa. being a paneer lover, i should try this soon . though i have tried some thing similar in the kadai ! loved the click .. so as recipe too

    • thanks aparna.

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