Sunday, July 13, 2008

JALDI MAI MUGHLAI PANEER ,MUSHRROM MATAR KE SAATH OR MEETHE MAI HAI SHAHI RABADI

sometimes while cooking there isnt much time to search recipes for the ingredients,.that time mind starts working on its own,,same happened with me ,had invited my friend for lunch,,,by one pm had to prepare chapati ,rabadi,rice,and two curries,..thats lotz when there one yr old to manage at home,..was lucky hubby was off call that day...thought hubby will manage advay and i will cook,,,but opposite happened,..i got so busy dng other chores and managing advay , finally hubby had to prepare everything,..i knew if i didnt tell him how to prepare,..both mushroom and paneer would have tasted same so while i was managing advay and doing other chores,..hubby managed kitchen and cooking,..i always prepare cottage cheese at home,. so preparation for lunch started with cottage cheese preparation,..after that i imagined the recipe and told him how to prepare,,,here goes the recipe paneer mughlai,,,my own creation...

ingredients

one cup home made cottage cheese(300gm)

paste of onion,tomato,green chilli and garlic one cup

milk half cup

saffr0n strands few

salt to taste

oil to cook

half tsp each of red chilli,turmeric and coriander

sugar half tsp

dry fruits chopped for garnishing

fresh cream one tbsp

procedure

heat oil in wok preferably non stick wok

add paste and keep stirring ,this process gonna take long time

as more time is needed to fry paste for gravy

once done and oil is seen along the sides

add coriander,turmeric,redchilli,salt and sugar

keep stirring...if pastes start sticking add milk instead of water...

once the mixture starts boiling ,lower the flame add chopped cottage chesse

simmer for few minutes ,add saffron strands and remove from heat

just before serving add fresh cream and chopped dry fruits.

while hubby was busy preparing panner dish,..i thought hard what to prepare with mushroom,..canned one,.had green peas too,,,so thought of this simple recipe to go with,..mushroom matar

ingredients

mushroom 250gm

green peas half cup

onion chopped one

green chilli one

cumin seeds half tsp

salt to taste

garam masala one tsp

procedure

heat oil in wok

add cumin seeds followed by chopped onion and green chilli

once onions start changing colour add garammasala and salt

keep stirring,now add chopped mushroom and green peas

fry for few minutes

once done remove from flame

for bharva baingan recipe click here,

do chk out khurchan too

for the sweet dish hubby prepared RABADI,recipe fro which can be checkedhere

RABADI GOES TO SWEET SERIES EVENT HOSTED BY PAAJAKA FOR THE THEME COOL DESERTS
MUGHLAI PANEER GOES TO SRIVALLI WHO IS HOSTING CURRY MELA,TATSES BEST WITH ROTI ,and ALSO TO VANDANA RAJESH WHO IS HOSTING PANEER A DELICACY
Photobucket
Yesterday saw " JANE TOO YA JANE NA,..",..ENJOYED A LOTZ,...FEEL GOOD MOVIE,,,FELT NICE AFTER WATCHING THE MOVIE,,DON MISS THIS ONE...

15 comments:

rekhas kitchen said...

ooh now a days first Iopen net and Iam running to your blog wah kaya bath hai mmmmmmm mouth watering hey you allready posted for curry mela so fast great entry and that rabadi mmm just yum

jayasree said...

Thats one lovely and delicious spread you have.

Sunshinemom said...

Lots of lovely dishes to complement each other! Good entries:)

Srivalli said...

great spread..thanks for the entry!

SriLekha said...

great entry priyanka... paneer mushroom looks delicious

Sireesha said...

Lots of lovely and yummy dishes.....
Will tyr Mughlai Paneer....I also saw "jane too ya jane na movie " yesterday only Really itz good movie.....I feel its must see movie...

Medhaa said...

Looks great, love the paneer.

Priti said...

Loved the new look of your blog and the header too...
Jaldi mei you prepare home made paneer?? wow I should say...
Very nice recipes, spread looks so gud..Your hubby did a very gud job indeed..this friend of your is very lucky :-)..

Laavanya said...

oh boy.. everything looks great.. esp. the rabdi - yummy meal.

Cham said...

Hum, it is a feast! All re looking yummy :)

Pragyan said...

Impressive spread! :)

sowmya said...

hey your template looks nice...both the subji are really good..nice recipe for paneer.. i too made paneer this weekend.. nice of your hubby to help you cook...tht rabdi looks yummy too..unique entry ...hope you hada great weekend...

LG said...

Rabdi looks yumm..and u know I just loose myself in front of sweets.

notyet100 said...

thanks rekha feel good to knw tht u like my blog

thanks jayshree,sunshinemon,srivalli,srilekha,medha,lavanya cham and pragyan
for appreciating

sireesha good to knw even u enjoyd movie,..change from regular boring movies

priti i always make paneer at home,.its tastes fresh and good,..

sowmya weekend was fine ,..hubby was on call on saturday so was at home alone with advay,..entertained myself by watchn movie "jane too ya jane na.."must watch don miss

lakshmi i knw...;-)

Illatharasi said...

Lovely recipes... keep proving your creativity in cooking!!!

New look for the blog ;)