Palak Paneer (with Tip to keep Palak Green) Paneer Recipes @ Guru’s Cooking

Palak Paneer Recipe is one of many of the best loved vegetarian punjabi dishes are the ones where paneer is combined with a vegetable. Paneer is widely used and very popular in punjab due to the abundance of milk and milk products in the area. This combination of spinach and paneer is not only highly nutritious, but is a splendid blend of taste, texture and flavour called Palak Paneer

Palak Paneer Recipe Ingredients :

350 gms Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese)
01 Litre Water
1/2 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Sugar
01 Kg Palak (Spinach)
03 tbl spoons Vegetable Oil
1/2 tsp Jeera (Cumit Seeds)
1/2 tbl spoon Garlic (Chopped)
02 Onions
02 Green Chillies
07 Tomatoes (Medium Size)
01 tsp Red Chilli Powder
01 tsp Coriander Powder
01 tsp Garam Masala
1 and 1/2 tsp Salt

Palak Paneer Cooking Instructions :

1) Add water to a pot and bring it to a boil by adding sugar and salt, then add Palak and cook for 5 minutes in an open pan.

2) for blanching Palak to retain it’s amazing green colors remove the palak from the hot cooking pot of water and add it to a bowl with ice cold water.

3) using a mixer/blender, blend the palak by adding it to the mixer and creating it into a fine paste.

4) to a pan add oil for cooking, and when the oil is hot enough while you cook at a medium flame, add jeera / cumin seeds followed by chopped garlic and saute`

5) Add the Onions and Green Chillies paste and saute` for 5 minutes in an open pan by adding 1/2 tsp of Salt.

6) Add tomato puree, followed by coriander powder and red chilli powder and cook by covering with a lid for 20 minutes by simmering at a low flame.

7) Add the Palak Paneer puree (spinach puree) to the pan and stir everything while adding 1 tsp garam masala and salt to taste, cook for around 5 minutes atleast.

8) finally add Paneer / Indian cottage cheese, and cover with a lid and cook for 2-3 minutes.

9) serve the Palak Paneer with roti’s , naan, chapati, or with rice.

10) enjoy 🙂

Palak Paneer (with Tip to keep Palak Green) Paneer Recipes @ Guru’s Cooking

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  1. i tried your palak paneer…it was very children loved it…i followed aĺl your steps to make the palak as green as it can b BUT!!!even then it lost it green colour…i think you used green color to make it….
    nevermind…the it was really delicious..thankyou for d recipe

  2. Guru sir thanks a lot for such lovely tips wid such easy nd beautiful way of cooking,ur sweet voice makes the recepi most beautiful such a lovely and mesmerising voice u hve really hats off to u.

  3. 1. adding salt and sugar b4 boiling
    2. not covering the boiling Palak
    3. transferring the boiled Palak to ice cold water
    ok will try the above steps to retain the green color!

  4. That's a very good flavour balance my friend, and a credit to you that you explained the prep so well. However, I would suggest that you should not instruct people to toss the water (used to boil the spinach) down the sink… seriously, put it back in the garden at the very least, or use it as the base of a stock or gravy…. Why throw all those nutrients away?


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