Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hyderabadi Paneer 65

I love hyderabadi style of any dishes..those dishes are always authentic and really delicious dishes to enjoy..who will say no to hyderabadi dishes, me! not at all..I have already prepared Hyderabadi Chicken 65 a long back, my interested towards this amazing cuisine pulled me to try out paneer in place of chicken and i followed the same as i did while i prepared chicken 65 as hyderabadi style..this hyderabadi style paneer 65 tasted fabulous,i served it as side dish for simple jeera rice..both jeera rice n hyderabadi paneer 65 goes tremendously together n we enjoyed having these both delicious dishes for our weekend lunch..This paneer 65 goes to WYF -Side dishes by Ec of Simple Indian Food..


2cups Paneer pieces
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
2tbsp Corn flour
1/4tsp Red food colour
1/2tsp Cumin seed powder
1/2tsp Salt
Oil for deep frying
2nos Green chillies
5nos Curry leaves

To Mix:
1cup Thick yogurt
1tsp Pepper powder
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Turmeric powder
Salt

Mix cornflour, food colour, cumin seed powder, ginger garlic paste, fennel seed powder with salt as thick paste with enough water...marinate the paneer pieces with the cornflour paste for atleast one hour..heat oil for deep frying, fry them in batches until they get well cooked...

Heat a few tsp of oil in another pan...fry the curry leaves n slit opened green chillies,meanwhile mix all the ingredients from list (to mix).Once the green chillies gets well fried, add the thick paste of yogurt n all spices... stir them continously in simmer, once they start boiling add the already fried paneer n cook them until the oil get separates, the gravy will turns dry and the paneer pieces will get well coated with the yoghurt gravy..


Delicious Hyderabadi Paneer 65 !!!

37 comments:

  1. Lovely colour priya,dish looks great.....

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  2. looks so yum yum and nice color too

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  3. I tasted something similar in a restaurant! Looks mouthwatering!!

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  4. Wow.. nice colour.. looks delicious..

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  5. Wow any paneer recipe is always welcome...this looks so good..thanks

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  6. Hey Priya, this dish really looks great!

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  7. wow..looking yumm..i think hyderabadi paneer65 might be a good feast for vegetarians...

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  8. yum..yum yum.looks soooo delicious..Im drooling at ur paneer 65 :)

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  9. Great dish Priya,Excellent entry.This is perfect with anything for me.I can understand how this has tastedwith jeera rice.
    I think I must invite myself to your house on weekends.

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  10. I haven't tried 65 so far, love the red color. Looks yum, great entry! :)

    I made one of your yummy dishes, will post tomorrow at FH.

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  11. Colorful and yummy ..would love to try this

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  12. Yum yum paneer 65! lovely colour! Inviting dish.

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  13. Wow simply yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

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  14. Vibrant color Priya, looks awesome and simple...

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  15. Paneer 65 is very new to me Priya, they do look gorgeous with lovely color, thanks for sharing this yummy recipe dear :)

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  16. wow ! love the recipe and color ...hey i love ur energy ..tell me the secret ...wow ..:)

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  17. wow that sounds delicious and love the color.

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  18. Priya Paneer looks yum yum yum

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  19. Yummy piya..lovely color..looking tempting...

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  20. Wow! Definitely need to try this out.

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  21. hi Priya,
    U r simply too good!it's amazing just amazing to c u dish out yummies one after the other :) and ya had eaten chicken 65 in restaurants...not made at home, u've gone ahead and made paneer 65 tha's too good girl! Kudos to ur enthusiasm :)
    TC

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  22. I love these kinds dishes .. lovely color, this is a good one Priya

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  23. Looks so good and yumm..Lovely color..

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  24. Sounds simple and delicious Priya..

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  25. Anything paneer gets my attention. Such a lovely dish.

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  26. Oh..I loved this Priya..yumm..looks spicy n grt..:)

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  27. lovely priya..nice color..i am very rare to use paneer..but now I am tempting :)

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  28. Looks so yummmm...my hands are itching, just wanna grab that plate.

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  29. Looks great Priya! Nice, yummy dish!

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  30. Wonderful color and looks sooooo yummy Priya... Really wanna try the recipe... thanks for sharing! :)

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  31. wow, that looks spicy :) yum!

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  32. Looks absolutely delicious Priya...i am all for it.

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  33. looks so gud an spicy paneer 65.. surely try this for weekend :)!! Gud one Priya !!

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  34. Hi Priya, oh u r too fast on posts! Two three posts almost a day!! Hey just here to tell u that I made it day before yesterday, the same day u posted this,and it was loved by hub n kids alike..cdn't get a photo as it all got over! :D I used up 8-10 cubes from a used Amul frozen paneer+200 gm cubes frozen pack for this..tks for sharing such a tasty recipe..(my query..did u add color to the yogurt as well..mine was a different hue..is it due to garam masala color then? :D )

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  35. instead of the ginger garlic paste ....we can also use chopped ginger and garlic ...it will give a better taste....i do the same at my hotel.. :)

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