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Prepare Shahi paneer recipe step by step

    About the recipe    Shahi paneer recipe with step by step photos – Shahi paneer is one of the popular paneer (cottage cheese) recipe and also requested by many readers. Shahi means royal and as the name suggest this is a royal paneer dish literally translated to royal cottage cheese. dry fruits, yogurt, saffron, whole spices and sometimes cream is added to make this dish royal and rich. The shahi paneer gravy or sauce is onions-almonds-cashew-melon seeds based. so this is very rich with the dry fruits in there. plus there is also yogurt. The result is a creamy, aromatic, semi sweet gravy with soft paneer cubes.     Recipe type: Main Course Cuisine: Moghlai Yield / Serves: 2 to 3     What Ingredients it Requires ?   Main ingredients for shahi paneer: 200 grams paneer (cottage cheese) 1.5 cups strained stock (got from boiling the onions with dry fruits) + water OR 1.5 cups water ½ cup full fat fresh curd (yogurt or dahi) - whisked till smooth 1 teaspoon coriander powder (dhania powde

Navratan korma recipe with step by step

    About the recipe    Navratan korma recipe with step by step photos – aromatic, flavorful and mildly sweet vegetable navratan korma recipe. There are both vegetarian as well as non vegetarian versions of preparing navratan korma. This recipe is a vegetarian version of navratan korma. You can consider making navratan korma for special occasions like expecting a guest at home, birthday party or during festive times like Diwali, holi and so on.    The dish is named as a tribute to the original navratan- the nine jewels or the nine courtiers of the great mughal emperor akbar. Navratan korma is an easy recipe because after you are done with making the paste. then all you have to do is brown the onions with whole garam masala, add the paste, curd, veggies and let the korma simmer till the veggies are cooked. by the way for all those who do not know hindi, ‘nav’ means nine and ‘ratan’ means a jewel. so the english translation of navratan is nine jewels. korma or kurma is a dish with a yogu