Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Gobi Matar Paneer

U have heard either matar paneer or gobi matar, i thought of making out a delicious dish by combining gobi, matar and paneer for our yesterday's lunch as side dishs for rotis..As i have told already once a week, am trying to have rotis or parathas for our lunch instead of having rice..voila i tried out this combination for our lunch and they tastes marvellous.. Gobi, mattar with paneer works out wonder and everyone at home loved this delicious combination, i went for simple ingredients and simple spices for making out this fantastic side dish, I dunno much about indian cauliflowers, but the cauliflowers we get here is Paris can be cooked really very easily without even water while making out curries,yes i cooked everything with the juices that oozes out from onions and tomatoes itself which is quite enough to cook the cauliflowers we get here, if i add water they may turn very quicky mushy while coming to green peas i didnt used frozen or fresh one, i used the dry green peas soaked overnite and pressure cooked for one hiss, as they also tends to turn mushy when they pressure cooked for a long..Such a delicious side dish na!!!..


20nos Cauliflower florets
1/2cup Green peas (soaked and cooked)
1/2cup Paneer cubes
2nos Onions (chopped finely)
2nos Tomatoes (chipped finely)
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
1tsp Red chilly powder
1tsp Coriander powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Cumin seeds
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil and fry the paneer cubes until they turns golden brown, keep aside..add again enough oil to the same pan, let crack the cumin seeds, add immediately the chopped onions and ginger garlic paste, saute until the onions turns transculent, add now the chopped tomato pieces and cook until they turns mushy..now add the cauliflower florets, cooked green peas with red chilly powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder and enough salt, saute everything in simmer until the spices gets well mixed with the veggies...

Cook everything in simmer until the oil get separates from the masala..immediately add the fried paneer cubes and coriander leaves, toss gently until the masala gets well mixed, cook everything in simmer for 5minutes and put off the stove..

Enjoy with rotis, y not with rice dishs..

41 comments:

  1. you give me anything with paneer, I 'll just gobble up !!:):)

    this is a nice version with cauliflower and green peas, what else do I need, everything is perfect!!! just need a plate with roti to get served!!!:):)

    thank you for the quick response Priya, I love puddings, all at home too ( always my favourite in my list of quick to make desserts), this one seemed to be new, want to give it a try!! Bonne journée mon amie!!!!!

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  2. PERFECT WITH ROTIS AND PHULKAS, YUMMY DISH

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  3. Thats a new info about the cauliflowerin Paris. Here weneed to put some water while cooking to have it cooked better.

    We also prepare vegetable curry with gobhi mutter, aaloo and other small stuffs.

    Your vesion of gobi mutter paneer looks delicious.

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  4. Looks very delicious, priya!...tempting clicks!!

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  5. Gobi matar paneer est delicious! Je mange this happily!

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  6. That's a great combination to add green peas and cauliflower to panner Priya...loos so yummy and if that plate is place in-front of me..it will vanished in seconds :))))

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  7. எனக்கு பிடித்த் டிஷ் மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கு..

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  8. Love the idea of using the three in one dish.
    Delicious with roties.

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  9. hmm I love mixing up vegetables...even I do such combo's...perfect for roti's..

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  10. Perfect with chapathi ...YUmmy and delicious...

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  11. thats a wonderful combo..Loved it..gotta try it soon...
    Looks soo yummy...

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  12. good combination..would love to have it with nan or chapati...

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  13. Nice recipe with gobi, love to have this with roti,perfect with it anytime

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  14. yummy superb combination, I've tries paneer with gobi n matar, thanks for the tip dear :)

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  15. I agree that with you totally. Looks delicious..must take delicious.What an interesting combo!

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  16. Yummy combination, looks mouth watering.

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  17. thatz a very yummy dish with gobi & paneer

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  18. Yummy dish Priya...I would love to have this with chapathi :)

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  19. all my favorite things together...sometimes I also make it this way. yummy

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  20. I jus love this curry. yummy. one of my fav

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  21. Perfect side dish, i would to taste this one!

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  22. Great with rotis.looks very delicious..

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  23. Wish I get some paneer here:( Everyone are posting about paneer and making me crave for it, its not so fair, he he. Looks crisp:)

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  24. Great combo..Looks ready for my rotis :D

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  25. Already posted anther one??? I am not able to catch up with you....

    Curry looks wonderful. I am on a cooking break and these wonderful curries make me drool and compel me to enter the kitchen.

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  26. Nice combo... looks delicious... perfect with parathas Priya :)

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  27. Thanks Priya! Cauliflower, peas and paneer, now that's a combo that can never go wrong!!!

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  28. Awesome,Priya!Your recipes make me hungry all the time..

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  29. what a creative dish!! It looks so nice and crispy and yummy.......slurrrrrrrrrp!!

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  30. So many delicious vegan and vegetarian recipes here...

    Thanks!

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  31. Hi Priya,

    Thanks for your sweet comments.. :)

    I can still see your enthusiastic energized work in your blog with great pictures and cool recipes! Kepp it up! :)

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  32. I love both panner and gobi and i always end up making these two once a week.

    Perfect with hot parathas :)

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  33. i love this combo very much.picture looks tempting.excellent combination for naan

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  34. I love cauliflower but have not tried with paneer.Looks yummy!

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  35. Yummy dish, nice combo, looks delicious.

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  36. I like this combo,great with Roti

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  37. This looks yummy and I love all the ingredients too.. I have to make this!
    And I have to compliment you on your blogging... Not only are you a wonderful and creative cook but an energetic blogger too... Everytime I check you have 5-6 new recipes :) I am trying to catch up and atleast read recipes in time! Keep it up

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