2011 m. balandžio 7 d., ketvirtadienis

Paneer Bhurji / Trupintas panyras su daržovėmis

Kaip išmokti gaminti maistą?

A Eksperimentuoti ir bandyti
B Skaityti knygas, žurnalus, interente ir gaminti pagal juos
C Eiti i kursus ir pamokas

A,B,C

Nors kol kas dar nebandžiau C. Pamokos mokykloje nesiskaito, nes tiesą sakant as per jas beveik nieko nedariau ir neišmokau.. Gal dabar būtų pats laikas, nes radau kelis kursus, bet kol kas vyras nenori leisti, tikriausiai todėl, kad tai reikstų, kad tuos vakarus, kai as būsiu kursuose gaminti namie turės jis :)




Porcijos:
3-4

Gaminimo laikas:
30 min.

Produktai:

300 gr. trupinto panyro (saldaus pieno sūrio)
1 svogūnas (smulkintas)
1 a.s. imbiero pastos
1-2 žalieji čili (smulkinti)
0.5 stiklinės pomidorų pastos
0.5 a.š. raudonųjų čili miltelių
1 žalioji paprika (pjaustyta nedideliais gabaliukais)
1 stiklinė žirnelių
0.4 a.š. ciberžolės miltelių
1 a.s. garam masala prieskonių
1 a.s. maltos kalendros
1 a.s. citrinos sulčių
Druskos pagal skonį
Aliejaus kepimui

Gaminimo procesas:

Keptuvėje įkaitinti aliejų, sudėti svogūną, imbiero pastą, žaliuosius čili ir apkepti kol svogūnas suminkštės.

Sudėti pomidorų pastą, druską, ciberžolę, maltą kalendrą, raudonųjų čili miltelius. Viską gerai išmaišyti ir pakepti kelias minutes.

Sudėti žaliąją papriką, žirnelius ir viską pakepti dar apie 5 minutes. Sudėti panyrą ir ant nedidelės ugnies kartais pamaišant pakepti apie 5 minutes.

Sudėti citrinos sultis, garam masalą. Viska gerai ismaišyti ir galima patiekti.


How to I learn cooking?

A, experiment and try
B. Read books, magazines, articles and recipes on the interent and try it
C. go to the courses and lessons

I would say A, B, C

Although I haven't tried C yet. Lessons at school does not count as to tell the truth during those lessons I learned almost nothing cause I didn't even try to .. Maybe now would be a good time because I found a few courses, but my husband doesnt want me to go, probably because it would mean that he would have to cook himself dinner while Im in the courses. :)

Serving: 3-4

Cooking time: 30 mins

Products:

300 gr. crumbled paneer
1 onion (chpopped)
1 tsp ginger paste
1-2 green chilies (chopped)
0.5 cup tomato paste
0.5 tsp red chili powder
1 Green capsicum (cut into small pieces)
1 cup green peas
0.4 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp garam masala
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

Method:

Heat the oil in a skillet, add onions, ginger paste, green chilies and fry until onion becomes soft.

Add the tomato paste, salt, turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chili powder. Mix well and fry for a few minutes.

Add creen capsicum, peas and fry everything for about 5 minutes more. Add paneer , mix everything and fry on a low flame, stirring occasionally for about 5 minutes.

Add lemon juice and garam masala. Mix well and serve.

24 komentarai:

  1. How delicious! You know, I have never cooked paneer! This recipe is inspiring!!! Thanks!!!

    AtsakytiPanaikinti
  2. Manu, paneer is always very delicious, I love all paneer dishes :) you should try it sometime :)

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  3. This looks like a great lunchtime dish. Yum!

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  4. If you have the opportunity to go to culinary school, do it!

    The dish looks really good... I love all that you've put in it.

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  5. T&T, thanks, it really is, but really spicy :)

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  6. Beloved Green, we had it both for dinner and lunch :) was really filling

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  7. Kate, I think I would want to go to those courses..

    Thanks :) as usually I thought that more vegetables would be better :)

    AtsakytiPanaikinti
  8. I love paneer! We went out to an Indian restaurant last week and I had a paneer tikka kebab. It came out sizzling with loads of charred onions and peppers, really delicious. I need to buy some paneer when I've finished this detox!!

    AtsakytiPanaikinti
  9. I love paneer! This recipe sounds like a delicious way to prepare it! Your recipes are always so full of wonderful flavors :)!

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  10. It looks great, I'll need to try your recipe :D

    AtsakytiPanaikinti
  11. I really enjoy taking cooking classes hosted by local gourmet markets. I always learn so much from the guest instructors. Your paneer bhurji looks great!

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  12. I love Paneer no matter what way it's cooked. Thanks for sharing :)

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  13. foodblogandthedog, its so easy to make paneer at home! Its tastes better and Im sure its healthier too, so better try making it at home :)

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  14. Amy, thanks :) I started loving flavorful food so Im always trying to make it that way

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  15. Firefly, its one of those great and easy recipes :) if you like paneer you should try something like that

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  16. Lisa, thanks. Yes, Im thinking that it's useful to lean something, you cant learn everything just reading

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  17. Munaty, always welcome and I totally agree with you :)

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  18. Another wonderful (and exotic for me!) recipe! Always love stopping in to see what lovely dish you've cooked up :)

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  19. Reading is always the best way. Looks good!

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  20. Lizzy, thanks, so nice to hear (actually, to read) that :)

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  21. Rick, thanks :) I am reading and reading.. :D

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  22. today i make paneer bhurji ur one is looks best i'll post soon.

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  23. Daksha,ok Im waiting for your paneer bhurji :)

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