Dum paneer goes best with piping hot rice or chapatti.

Highlights

  • Dum paneer is considered to be one of the most loved paneer preparations
  • Try to use bare minimum oil while you are preparing the dish
  • Follow NDTV Food’s YouTube channel for more delicious recipes

Paneer dunked in luscious  and spicy gravy. There are very few who would say no to a helping of dum paneer. Along with shahi paneer, palak paneer, matar paneer and paneer bhurji, dum paneer is considered to be one of the most loved paneer preparations of all times. If you are thinking of putting together a spread, you can serve this scrummy treat to your guest without batting an eyelid. We are sure this will be the talking point of the evening. Tossed in a melange of eclectic spices, cooked until perfection- this delectable gravy dish is sure to leave you tantalised.

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The recipe posted on NDTV Food’s YouTube channel goes best with piping hot rice or chapatti. You can serve it puri too, with side of your favourite pickle. Paneer is said to be a good source of protein, especially for those who do not eat meat. Protein ensures healthy weight-management and is also useful in building muscles. Try to use bare minimum oil while you are preparing the dish. A hit among both kids and adults alike, this rich and robust delicacy is ideal for all small and big gatherings. Make sure you use fresh paneer in the dish, stale paneer becomes crumbly and also have a peculiar stench.
Try this recipe at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below. Follow NDTV Food’s YouTube channel for more delicious recipes, kitchen trivia and hacks.

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Watch: Dum Paneer Recipe Video

About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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