Monday, February 21, 2011

Paneer rice with curry leaves

This is a very simple , delicate mild flavoured rice which I did personally experimented and  I have added light touch of south Indian flavour which I just adore.......

Ingredients

1 cup Basmati Rice

2 Red chilli broken

1/2 cup cubed Paneer

2 Sprigs of curry leaves

1 small onion (finely chopped)

2 green chillies (Slit)

1/2 tsp grated ginger

2 tbsp butter + 1 tsp oil

salt to taste

Method:

Soak Basmati Rice for 30 Min's, then drain and cook till 3/4 done and keep aside. Mix salt and Oil to it so that they don't stick together.

Heat Butter /Oil in a kadai or deep pan add  green chillies,grated ginger to it and fry now add curry leaves , broken red chilli , onion and  continue frying till onions are translucent.

Now add cubed paneer pieces and fry well till they turn golden brown now Switch off the flame and mix rice and keep aside......Serve with with the fav curry of your choice.




76 comments:

  1. Looks superb..very inviting paneer rice

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  2. Looks fab, very inviting and love the south indian touch!

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  3. Looks super delicious,love both flavors combined.

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  4. What a lovely recipe,It looks absolutely delicious..thanks for sharing Sushma!

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  5. Curry leaf is a great addition to the rice. Looks superb!

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  6. What a wonderful rice recipe..full of flavors . Loved the pics too :)


    US Masala

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  7. Wow! Both my favorite ingredients paneer and curry leaves in one dish. I love this recipe, very tempting pictures.

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  8. What a lovely recipe,It looks absolutely delicious..

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  9. lovely and delicious rice with the combo of paneer and curry leaves.I am coming over keep some for me.

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  10. Sushma, rice looks delicious with curry leaves, they are my weakness.

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  11. wow, that rice looks super yummy, with south indian touch.....curry leaves....great

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  12. Terrific ! simple and tasty meal

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  13. Simply delicious rice with paneer and curry leaves looks wonderful and flavourful..

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  14. Simply delicious..looks so yummy!!

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  15. Gosh.. amazing pictures... tempting.. dont hve words.. I can stare at the pics for a while.. glad to follow you
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  16. thts indeed a treat to the eyes ...yummy n full of flavors...

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  17. Sushma, Perfecto!! my favy paneer in rice..I am happy to follow your blog..

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  18. Looks delicious and inviting!

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  19. Wow nice one with milky paneer and flavorful curry leaves.. great combo..sure will give it a shot.

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  20. looks delicious and what a wonderful alternative to pulav!

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  21. hi sushma how are u how is ur weekend wat are u doing today

    paneer rice with curry leaves it sounds really goood

    yummy and delicious food


    sms world

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  22. Paneer rice looks awesome. Great pics.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. very nice and yumy way of eating paneer.a nice variation from the usual curry we make out of paneer. Adding curry leaves makes it flavourful

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  24. simple, delicious and inviting. Thank you Sushma for sharing this.

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  25. Simple n yummy rice..Mouth-watering clicks..

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  26. healthy rice...surely kids will like it!

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  27. I love rice preps beyond any limits..... & this prep is seriously enticing.... Miss u All so so much....:( Still looking forward to that day when I would finally post a prep on my space so that I can join u all awesome girls, back again..... Hugs))))

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  28. wonderful recipe Sushma. Will try it sometime :)

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  29. hey Sushma! thats simple easy recipe.

    I often try basmati rice and it does not stick. Amma said to use 2 and a half cup of water for 1 cup of rice, thats the ratio to avoid pieces sticking.

    Hope not a new information to your guys but yes though to share.

    I will try this paneer rice.

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  30. looks delicious dear....
    nice clicks :)

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  31. Perfect Clicks Sushma !! Looks too delicious !

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  32. Wow! What a rice! I'd gobble it with paneer side dish!

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  33. Thanks all for dropping by and leaving ur lovely feedback:)
    @Ash...Hope u come back soon with lovely post:)
    @Abhi ...Another tip is to cook and drain rice when it is 80% cooked then mix salt and oil ans spread tht on plate so this way it won't stick:)

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  34. More paneer! You are speaking to my soul. Looks delicious!

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  35. his sushma me doing good

    my weekend was ok

    just going hehe

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  36. Hi Sushma, how r u doing....love this rice...I usually add some mustard seeds also in the beg...

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  37. Oh man, i know how much flavorful this rice would have tasted with that curryleaves..Awesome...

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  38. Love anything with paneer.I love this fabulous dish.

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  39. Thanks everyone for dropping by and leaving ur feedback:)

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  40. Looks simply delicious..liked the idea of south indian touch in it..

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  41. wow, looks superb and so delicious.

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  42. This really is a beautiful dish. I'll wager it is delicious as well. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  43. hellooo..paneer behan, whats up? Im just back to blogging..Hows amit? What all did you make when I didnt visit?

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  44. adding curry leaves is a nice twist and it will make it more flavorful!

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  45. lovely paneer rice..loved d south Indian touch 2 it

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  46. lovely paneer rice..loved d south Indian touch 2 it

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  47. looks so yum!!loved the pics

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  48. Paneer rice looks superb and delicious!

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  49. wowww.. this looks amazing.. do you have any paneer sweet recipe? or do you know the name of any sweet thats made of paneer?? 1 packet paneer is resting in my fridge.. i had made paneer laadoo before.. nw i want to make smthin different??

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  50. What a lovely blog and this recipe is so innovative:)

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  51. Thanks everyone for dropping by and leaving ur lovely feedback.
    @Leena..ya leena u can try this Paneer Kheer which I was planning to try which recently I had seen in tarla dalal's website U could try this here is the link.
    http://www.tarladalal.com/Paneer-Kheer-(-Pressure-Cooker-)-33372r

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  52. hi sushma thanks for lovely comment


    how are u doing i hope all is well

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  53. Simple and delicious. I have not tried paneer. Must look out for it.

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  54. my fav ingredients paneer and curry leaves :) looks yum.

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  55. tempting combo...very interesting presentation dear..:D
    Tasty appetite

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  56. Such a unique and delicious combo!! Simply scrumptious :)

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  57. paneer rice is inviting and irresistable..

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  58. looks amazing..love the addition of paneer

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  59. nice touch to the paneer rice with the aromatic curry leaves and healthy too!

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  60. hi

    sushma
    how are u
    i am doing good just busy shedule

    life going busy

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  61. If i want to try any recipes with paneer , i shud land here. U have extraordinary collections of recipes using paneer, hats off sush :)

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  62. That luks delicious, perfect fulfilling meal

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  63. Fantastic! I really love the flavor of curry leaves. That dish look so mouthwatering.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  64. Thanks everyone for leaving ur feedback.

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  65. Dear Sushma
    How are you? I am just discovering what all have I missed at your blog..It is better late than never. I am going to make this, it is very nice and will enjoy in Hot Delhi summer.
    have a nice week

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