The Lazy Paneer! 🖤🔥 I usually enjoy preparing a wide array of food with a lot of complexity. But, sluggishness got the better of me today, and I ended up cooking what I call The Lazy Paneer.
The list of ingredients are mentioned and every following pic has the step for reference.
1. Cube an onion and capsicum and fry it on a medium flame with a little oil, salt and pepper powder. Let it remain crispy, and don't over fry it. About 2 mts should do. Keep it aside.
2. Dice an onion and grind 2 medium sized tomatoes to a paste. Do not grind the onion.
3. Cut paneer into the size you want and immerse them in hot water for 5 mts.
4. Heat up a pan, add butter, cinnamon and a bay leaf.
5. Add the chopped onions and fry until they start turning translucent.
6. Add the tomato paste along with a little more pepper powder, salt, chilly powder and a little garam masala.
7. Fry until the tomatoes start emitting the butter. It should take about 7 mts for the quantity.
8. Add in the fried onions and capsicum along with the panneer.
9. Coat the masala evenly, add a little water, cook and cover for 5 mts.
10. Open, let the water evaporate to a consistency that you like, garnish, switch off and serve! 🔥
It took me around 20 mts for this, and I teamed it up with egg fried rice!
You can adjust the consistency of the heat and increase the pepper powder accordingly. Pepper gives a good flavour in accordance with fried rice, rather than chilly powder.
Imma gonna gorge now! -until later, love, Paru 🖤
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