The best “Palak paneer” recipe- restaurant style

 I love anything with paneer. Though I wanted to make paneer at home, I somehow never manage to do it and end up buying it in the Indian stores whenever I visit. It happened this time too. But this time I made palak paneer very patiently using maximum ingredients for better taste quality and tried to do a bit differently than my usual procedure. It tasted very good and was over in no time. We all loved it. Indeed this is a restaurant style palak paneer recipe.

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The best "Palak paneer" recipe- restaurant style
Course side dish
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course side dish
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Wash and chop palak finely. Boil them in water with a little salt. Blend the palak into a puree.
  2. Then cut the onions into big slices.
  3. Boil them in water. Then blend it with a garlic clove.
  4. Mix together sesame seeds,cashews,poppy seeds in a bowl and add some hot water. Keep it for around 10 minutes and grind them too.
  5. Now mix all the mixtures(palak, onion and the white paste) together.
  6. Heat oil in a pan. Add cumin seeds. Then add this mixture into it.
  7. Add coriander powder,garam masala and salt and allow it to cook well.
  8. Meanwhile, cut the paneer in cubes and deep fry them till they are slightly golden brown.
  9. Then add the paneer cubes in the palak mixture and cook for another 10 minutes.
  10. Serve hot with rotis.
Recipe Notes

Below, you can see the picture of moon cakes. They are chinese pastries which are made for the mid autumn chinese festival. They are quite different from the regular cakes. It is basically pastry flour covering with some filling inside. The filling may be lotus stem, yam,sweet potato etc. My hubby received this very attractive box of moon cakes from a chinese colleague of his, so I thought of sharing with you all.

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19 thoughts on “The best “Palak paneer” recipe- restaurant style”

  1. Palak paneer is my fav too. You have made it with a lot of ingredients, it sure must have tasted good.
    I have tasted Moon cakes before. I like it, but am not crazy about it.
    The pic looks cute though.

  2. The Palak Paneer looks delicious and the mooncakes look good too….I have tagged you, please check my blog and collect it. Its nice to know about fellow blogger’s through tagging.

  3. Palak paneer looks good – this is an entirely new method though…

    I like certain flavours of mooncake but don’t like the ones that have the whole egg yolk in them.

  4. delicious palak paneer Sowmya! Looks so colorful too.

    I tasted mooncakes when we were in HongKong. I love them. Thanks for reminding those good old days!

  5. Love this dish i.e. before I turned vegan:) I still make it for the family and it actually tempts me:(. The moon cakes sound nice:) Thanks for sending the palak paneer to my event:)

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