Tuesday, August 3, 2010

PANNER BHURJI/PANEER RECIPES/SIDE DISH FOR ROTI

  Panner bhurji is an easy side dish which we can prepare with paneer, and can be done in a jiffy. It consumes less oil too compared to other paneer gravies.

paneer bhurji

INGREDIENTS:

PANEER(SCRAMBLED) 3/4 CUP
GINGER GARLIC PASTE 1/2TSP
CARROTS 1 NO
CAPSICUM 1/2NO
CHILLI POWDER 1/2 TSP
KITCHEN KING MASALA 1/4 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
KASTURI METHI A PINCH(OPTIONAL)
ONION 1 NO
OIL 1 TSP
CUMIN SEEDS FEW

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METHOD:

  • Soak the panner in hot water for 15 mins .
  • The water should be very hot.
  • After 15 mins, discard the water and scramble the paneer.

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  • In a kadai, add oil and put the cumin seeds.
  • Before they splutter add the ginger garlic paste.
  • Cut the carrot, onion and capsicum into fine pieces.
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  • Now add the onions and saute till they turn pink.
  • Add the chilli powder ,the kitchen king masala(if not u can add the garam masala)and the salt.
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  • Mix well and add the carrots and capsicum.
  • Now add the scrambled paneer and mix it well with the veggies and masala.
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  • Finally add some kasturi methi(if using).
  • Serve hot with roti/naan/pulao.

paneer bhurji

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40 comments:

  1. Looks very tempting,i have not tried this so far...beautiful clicks Jeyashri :)

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  2. That looks really incredible and yummnyyy with those colours...i just love it....

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  3. Wow...looks drool worthy.....love to try this version soon....

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  4. paneer bhuji looks simply delicious ...beautiful click dear ..i have not prepare it till today ...thanks for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  5. this is a absolute favourite at home..so easy and quick to make..

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  6. Looks yum ...nice click dear

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  7. Loved the addition of kasuri methi

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  8. that is such a simple yet sooooo mouthwatering dish..lovely presentation dear :)

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  9. Simple yet Yum...
    nd loved the clicks :)

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  10. New to me.Looks simple & yumm..

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  11. I normally stuff this in bread and make sandwich, it's quite filling for lunch box.
    Looks really colourful.

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  12. Thanks friends for ur nice comments.

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  13. I have never tried this .Thanks for the recipe

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  14. looks delicious jeyashri, i usually do this one ..

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  15. yummy bhuji....nice click jeya!

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  16. யாரோ ஒரு ஆள் ப்ரொபல் போட்டோ எல்லாம் மாத்தியிருக்கா, உங்களுக்கு தெரியுமா அந்த ஆளை?..:)))

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  17. Looks delicious and colourful

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  18. Gotta try this recipe. looks absolutely yummy and inviting.

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  19. I love this very very very much ..pictures are awesome jeyashri.. whenever i make paneer or tofu bhurji we used to eat this way..check it out

    http://www.dishesfrommykitchen.com/2009/02/chappathi-tofu-roll.html

    Try this when you make it next time dear.

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  20. Looks awesome..anything with panner love it..

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  21. of late I have become die hard fan of this Paneer ...I am sure gonna try this and let u know how it turned out :)

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  22. WOW!!! luks delicious and very tempting... very colorful dear.... just loved it!!!!
    u have a lovely space ...and good collection of recipes .. if u find time do visit my blog.. happy to follow ur blog

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  23. My Fav..so perfect and yummy!!

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  24. Sounds delicious and healthy, nice photo too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  25. just like the scambled egg - the scambled panner thats so god one jayasree.. very easy to make and tasty to eat dish

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  26. i love paneer in any form and this recipe is so tempting.. first time here and u've a very wonderful space.. love to follow u

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  27. looks simple and delicious dear :)

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  28. Nice Click Jeyshri....paneer burji is is my to do list too....looks tempting

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  29. Lovely click Jeyshri...
    I will try it v soon ....
    thanks for the tip of putting the paneer in hot water for scrambling it.

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  30. great comforting recipe. lovely recipe.

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  31. love paneer...looks so tempting..

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  32. wonderful clicks. wish to have some now. i am drooling.very easy to make too.

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  33. Great recipes u have here ..am following your blog .Please check out my food blog www.happyhealthyfuncookng.blogspot.com
    Pls follow if you like .

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  34. This is a wonderful dish dear. Lovely pics with beautiful presentation. I'm happy to follow u...keep rocking.

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  35. YOur pic shows just rightly done bhurji without overfrying ingredients,so well illustrated,great going

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  36. Planned to try long ago, tried today. It's tasty n easy to prepare.. My wife always ever this site n succeeded in most of them.. Thanks for nice presentation n keep updating with new ones..

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  37. Planned to try long ago, tried today. It's tasty n easy to prepare.. My wife always ever this site n succeeded in most of them.. Thanks for nice presentation n keep updating with new ones..

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  38. Hi jeyasri.nice recipes.Bt i have a small advice for the recipe panner burji. Adding tomatoes will make the burji evn more tastier.i have read i many websites and even tried

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