Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Paneer Gobi Masala

Gobi Paneer Masala

                Today i am here with a delicious Paneer Gobi Masala for Blog Hop Wednesday from Divya's blog.She has lots of yummy delights.Its really a tough task to choose one among them...I tried Paneer gobi Masala and Kashmiri Pulao from her space.Both were so yummy and we loved it.But today i share the recipe for Paneer gobi Masala and a picture alone for Kashmiri Pulav.I am having severe throat pain and headache, not able to do any work because of blog hop Wednesday i am writing my today's post or i would have taken leave today :)Compared to Radhika's effort for this great event my pain is nothing i don't want to be idle from the group today ..i tried these recipes last week itself so now easy for me to share the recipe we go..

  1. Paneer   1 cup or 8oz pack(cubed)
  2. Cauliflower/Gobi    1 and 1/2 cup( cut in to small florets)
  3. Onion     1 large(finely chopped)
  4. Tomato   1 and 1/2 large(finely chopped)
  5. Ginger garlic paste    1 tbsp
  6. Cilantro    2 tbsp (finely chopped)
  7. Kasmiri red chilli powder    1 tsp
  8. Pav bhaji masala     1 tbsp
  9. Kasoori Methi    1 tbsp (crushed)
  10. Soy sauce   1 tsp
  11. Tomato sauce    1 tbsp
  12. Salt    to taste
  13. Oil   1 tbsp
  14. Butter/ghee   1/2 - 1 tbsp
  15. Jeera/cumin seeds    1tsp

  • Keep the paneer in warm water until use..(then drain completely ,wipe n add it to the curry )
  • Heat oil + butter in a non stick vessel, add cumin seeds and allow to splutter.
  • Then add onions and saute till turns translucent and add ginger garlic paste and saute until raw smell leaves.
  • And add tomato and fry till sit turns soft and mushy, then add soy sauce and dry powders and stir fry the masala mixture for a minute.
  • Then add tomato sauce and mix well after that add cauliflower florets and stir fry well and add 1cup or more water , enough salt and bring the mixture to boil .
  • Once it started boiling ,add the paneer cubes and kasoori methi and mix everything gently and cook for 4-5 minutes in low flame.
  • Lastly add finely chopped cilantro and turn off the stove.
  • Thats it Yummy Paneer Gobi Masala is ready.. Serve warm with any Indian breads/Pulav/Biryani.
Instead of adding paneer as such, you can also shallow fry the paneer, drain n add it to the curry.
Pav bhaji masala can be replaced with garam masala or curry powder.

Here's the picture of Kashmiri Pulav from Divya's blog.I followed her recipe as such ...but i omitted the last step adding nuts..the pulav so flavorful n yummy ...checkout the link for the detailed recipe..

Checkout here to know what other Co-Hoppers are doing on Blog Hop Wednesday.


  1. Yummy clicks of superb dishes.. Any one would finish the platter in minutes !!
    Get well soon , dear!!

  2. Fabulous combo and they look mouthwatering yum, Sangee :)

  3. wow tempting recipe...awesome clicks..:)

  4. Thank you Julie and Priya for your sweet words...
    @ Julie thanx dear for your concern..

  5. Both dishes are lovely. You took effort to post step by step pictures despite of your illness. Thats U sangee. Recover soon and keep up the good work.


  6. Great combination! and Good clicks

  7. Of all the things I have paired paneer with, never thought of gobhi! I am totally loving the idea n the recipe :)

  8. simple recipe. have to learn about the events that are happening! geting a lot of links thru you...thanks:-)! Tk care & get well soon!

  9. Extremely delicious combination of paneer and gobi. Clicks have made it look so amazing.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  10. Love it both Sangee. You could have skipped it. really. But hugs to you dear for making it in spite of the pain. Thank you so much. I love the masala very much. So scrumptious.

  11. both are superb.. quite new masala to me; pav bhaji masala, sauces and kasoori methi.. will try this next time..

  12. Sounds like a winner recipe.Beautiful clicks.

  13. lovely pics and thanks for trying, they r my favourite recipe....happy that u liked the recipe....get well soon sangee....

  14. yummy masala & wishes for a speedy recovery !

  15. That's a mouthwatering platter...looks very yum!..Hope you are feeling better/..

  16. Hot and adorable looks to grab the plate and to finish it...hahaha

  17. a new combo...and i am sure it will taste as good with the pavbhaji masala too....

  18. Paneer gobhi masala looks absolutely yummy!

  19. Wow kashmiri pulav and paneer gobi masala sounds taste and yummy.

  20. Delicious subzi!!! I loved the combi of spiced used...indian PB masala & then soya sauce!!! I just have to try this out!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  21. Thats a beautiful combo for masala, super tempting and inviting..

  22. yummy yummy yummy .. i am drooling all over now


  23. aneer gobhi masala looks absolutely yummy!Also I have posted the award you shared with me and grabbing an opportunity to say Thanks Once Again!!


  24. Send some across please, looks delicious.

  25. Lovely recipe....Get well soon dear....

  26. superb combo Sangee !

    Lovely to do the Blog Hop along with you :-)Cheers
    Current Event: Fasting Foods(Vrat ka Khaana Special)

  27. Both the dishes look yummy .. take care of your healthy Sangee.


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