Sunday, May 3, 2015


Hello everyone 
As I told earlier my kids are big fan of paneer dishes especially gravy ones , so I have to do new experiments everyday to satisfy their little tummy without getting bore. Even everyone at my home are in badly love with paneer☺️. But we have to take care of our growing tummy too, So today I tried this simple , low calorie ( no cashews, no cream and no much oil) yet delicious crunchy munchy paneer dish and hope you will definitely going to love it.
Step wise recipe is given below, do try it.



2 cup cottage cheese ( paneer)
2 cup milk
1 cup mixed colored capsicum, diced
3-4 big onions, thinly sliced 
8-10 garlic cloves, peeled
1 inch ginger, sliced
3-4 green chillies 
1 slice bread
1 tbsp kitchen king masala
1/2 tsp garam masala
1 tsp kasoori methi,crushed between palms
Salt to taste


First of all boil onion,garlic,ginger and chilies together . Let it cool and make its smooth paste along with bread slice using little water. Avoid adding too much water while grinding otherwise it will splutter a lot while cooking.

Sprinkle some oil on a nonstick pan and fry capsicum on high flame till it become little charred. Keep it aside .

Now heat 1 tbsp oil in a wok ,add this paste and fry for at least 5 mins. Then add kitchen king and garam masala in it , fry till it starts leaving edges of the wok.

Then add milk little by little stirring continuously to avoid lump formation. Let it boil then add paneer cubes and salt in it and simmer for 5 mins.

Finally add capsicum and kasoori methi,mix well and simmer for 1 more min and done.

You can increase or decrease milk as per your gravy consistency preference, but remember it will thickens on cooling.

Your super easy without fuss low calorie creamy paneer gravy is ready to serve with roti, naan , rice paratha any thing. It's a finger licking dish even can be served in parties too.

Hope you will like this dish and please let me know your views about it by commenting and at the same time your valuable suggestions are also invited for further betterment of my this little initiative towards healthy cooking.

Happy cooking....

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