Paneer Do Pyaaz

Paneer Do Pyaaz


Paneer / cottage cheese – sliced into desired length
Onions 2-4 sliced
Ginger 1″ size peeled and grated
Garlic 3-5 beads minced
Tomato 1 sliced
Chili powder 1 spoon
Food color 1 pinch
Green chilies and curry leaves – fried
Cilantro leaves to garnish
Ghee 1/4 cup


Heat a large, heavy bottomed skillet. Heat ghee, fry the paneer and set aside.

Further add onions to the same oil…continue frying. Followed by ginger-garlic, tomatoes, salt and chili powder. Now also stir-in the fried paneer. Saute briefly. Garnish with fried curry leaves, green chilies and cilantro leaves.

Serve to go with naan, roti or pulkahs. Enjoy:)


16 Responses so far.

  1. Priya says:

    Droolworthy dish, very tempting!

  2. Sanjeeta kk says:

    Lovely recipe, like paneer in any form.

  3. divya says:

    Wow looks very mouthwatering dish …..very tempting..

  4. Sayantani says:

    I would finish that bowlful in itself…looks so tangy and tasty.

  5. swapna says:

    Looks lovely….

  6. belesaaru says:

    Yummy and looks delicious!

  7. Pushpa says:

    Hi Malar,Paneer dish looks colorful and delicious.

    Pushpa @

  8. I love the curry leaves in the dish! Very yum!

  9. Dolly says:

    Wow Malar..LOve ur Paneer Do Pyaaza..Looks delicious and an easy recipe. Very colorful too. How you been..Visiting ur blog after a very long time and pleased to see this recipe as we all love paneer @ our house..

  10. Kumudha says:

    Paneer do pyaz looks YUM!

    I sometimes make this dish using Tofu, and it tastes delicious.

    Thanks for sharing some great recipes!

  11. Dear Malar
    Dusshera and durga puja greetings to you.
    How are you?
    I was bit busy , cd not visit blogs. Now I have to see what all I have missed.
    This recipe is very new for me..will try soon.
    Are you back in US?
    Have a nice week

  12. Rina says:

    Looks so colorful and yummy, Malar..and such an easy method too..should give it r u doing??

  13. kanthi says:

    very colourful ,surely must be yummy

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