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Different Types of Paneer Recipes

We’ve complied a list of our favourite 15 Paneer Recipes. Take a look.

Paneer Recipes

Did you know that everyone’s favourite and popular Paneer’s history goes back thousand years ago. Fresh and very versatile Paneer is also mentioned in our Veda’s. Paneer known as cheena in other parts of India is widely used to make desserts and a variety of Sabji’s. We’ve complied a list of our favourite 15 Paneer Recipes. Take a look.

1. Kadai Paneer

Kadai paneer is one of the most popular paneer recipes. It could be made dry, semi dry or gravy version. This kadai paneer recipe is a semi dry version. Simple and easy restaurant style recipe with step by step photos. Serve hot with roti or plain paratha.

Source: Veg Recipes

2. Garlic Paneer

Delicious garlic flavoured quick paneer starter that can be made under 15 minutes. This can be served in so many wonderful ways – as a starter for parties, as an evening snack or can be used as a filling for kathi rolls. Since it is mild spice and hot, it is best to enjoy during the chilly winters.

Garlic Paneer
Source: IndiaHealthyRecipe

3. Paneer do Pyaza

This is another Indian curry recipe wherein amount of onion used is relatively larger compared with other main ingredients. Pair this dish with roti or plain paratha. Perfect recipe when the party at home. Check the video recipe of Panner do pyaza here.

Paneer do Pyaza

4. Patrani Paneer

Steamed in banana leaf, oil free recipe. A perfect starter when get together at home. Perfect balance of all ingredients. Serve these hot parcels as it is. Let the guest open them and enjoy the hot patrani paneer. Head over to Patrani Paneer recipe here

Patrani Paneer

5. Paneer Salad

Salad is one of the healthiest dishes. There are many dieters who follow a salad diet to lose weight while taking the required vitamins and nutrients to stay healthy. Those who are on diet always include salads in their meals. A salad is low in calories and fat (if prepared in the right method). This vegetarian paneer salad is prepared with roasted paneer and vegetables, this salad recipe is filling, nutritious and low in calories too.

Paneer salad
Source: BoldSky

6. Paneer Butter Pizza

Pizza gets an Indian makeover! This Butter Paneer Pizza has a creamy curry as the pizza sauce and is topped with pieces of spiced paneer (Indian Cottage cheese ).Valentine day is almost here, you can make this pizza on 14th Feb and finish off your dinner with this panna cotta.

Paneer Butter Pizza
Source: CookWithManali

7. Paneer Musallam

Paneer musallam no onion no garlic recipe. Must try those who are allergic to garlic and onion. Great option for jain dishes. The combination of all spices, tomatoes and curd is unbeatable. Must do during festivals when you don’t eat onion and garlic. Serve hot with plain paratha, roti or rice.

Paneer Musallam
Source: Chitralekhan

8. Millet Cottage Cheese Fritters Recipe

The baked millet cottage cheese fritters is a perfect and healthy appetiser to serve for your parties. With the winter holidays approaching these millet rolls flavoured with za’atar, a middle eastern spice mix, makes its way into the oven, that gets rolled into a bread and then baked in an oven.

Millet Cottage Cheese Fritters Recipe
Source: ArchanasKitchen

9. Paneer Paratha

Paneer paratha recipe with step by step photos. A very easy stuffed paneer paratha recipe. It is dhaba style rustic Indian flat bread stuffed with delicious cottage cheese filling. Paneer paratha is one among authentic punjabi recipes often made for breakfast.It is served with curd and pickle. Paneer is an excellent source of protein for toddlers and kids. It is comparatively low in fat too.

Paneer Paratha
Source: cookclickndevour

10. Paneer Tikka

For newbies to Indian food, Paneer tikka is marinated paneer/cottage cheese cubs, arranged on skewers and grilled or baked in the oven. Specifically the recipe is called as tandoori paneer tikka, as the paneer is cooked in the tandoor which lends a subtle smoky charcoal flavour to the paneer. Paneer tikka is usually served as a starter.

Paneer Tikka
Source: VegRecipeOfIndia

11. Paneer Pasanda

“Pasanda” means every one’s favourite. So as the name suggests this paneer delicacy is adored by everyone who tastes it. The various pastes used to make this dish add their own distinct flavours which combine to form a flavour like none other. Must do recipe when guests at home.

Paneer pasanda
Source: TarlaDalal

12. Paneer Kofta in Mcrowave

Easy, quick and less oil paneer recipe. Koftas are generally fried dish but in this recipe, it is done in the microwave. You can say it is healthy, less time consuming and tasty recipe.

Paneer Kofta
Source: Nishkamdhulikakitchen

13. Paneer Methi Chaman

A unique recipe of paneer. The combination of paneer, methi, spices and cashew nuts will make you fall in love with this dish. Great side dish for kids who hesitate to eat green veggies. Mild taste of gravy will easily adapt kids.

Paneer methi chaman
Source: tomatoblues

14. Paneer Bhurji

Scrambled Indian Cottage Cheese (paneer) cooked in Indian spices, aromatics, tomatoes, and green peas for a hearty vegetarian main course, for your next Indian Dinner at home! This crispy, authentic, Indian Punjabi Paneer Bhurji will be everyone’s favourite on Dinner Table!

Paneer Bhurji
Source: chefdehome

15. Paneer Biryani

Easy paneer biryani recipe in the pressure cooker with step by step photo and video recipe. paneer biryani recipe is cooked with marinated cottage cheese with capsicum and onions. This recipe is ideal if you are running out of veggies in your fridge and yet you have to satisfy your craving for biryani.

Paneer Biryani
Source: HebbarsKitchen

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Written by Bhakti D

Bhakti is a dedicated full-time certified yoga instructor and follows yogic teachings as a way of life rather than a fitness goal. Yoga has helped her lead stress-free life for herself as well as has a calming influence on the family. After she realized the goodness of Yoga, she decided to pursue Yoga more seriously by building on Yoga related competencies. She has done a number of classrooms as well as one to one teaching sessions in Mumbai, helping her clientele achieve a happy and healthy lifestyle.

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