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Mattar Paneer is a delicious slightly sweet and spicy North Indian saucy dish consisting of Paneer (Indian cottage cheese) and peas.this North Indian curry made with mutter (peas) and paneer (cottage cheese).
Mattar paneer koora, Mattar panir Kuzhambu, Mattar paneer torkari
VahChef Posted on Thu Oct 04 2007
watch my vido on paneer making and its easy to make vahchefReply 0 - Replies
Shirow66 Posted on Sat Oct 06 2007
I love your recipes! Do you remove the skin from the tomatoes before you chop them?Reply 0 - Replies
yamankalyana Posted on Sat Oct 06 2007
Can you tell about the proportions of ingredients?Reply 0 - Replies
Shirow66 Posted on Sun Oct 07 2007
The proportions are on the website mentioned in the video.Reply 0 - Replies
Ellan30 Posted on Fri Oct 26 2007
Vahchef - Appreciate if you could make a video on making of Puttu and Ragi Puttu. Thank youReply 0 - Replies
adamp108 Posted on Sun Nov 04 2007
I would really love to hear more about the preparation of the restaurant gravies and how they are combinedReply 0 - Replies
Sonam Tsering Posted on Sun Nov 18 2007
Thanks a lot for ur recipes. Keep up ur good job.Good luck.Reply 0 - Replies
Saulat Majid Posted on Sun Dec 23 2007
Hi Chef, Lovely recipe:) I havent tasted matar paneer in my life, but will try it soon now. Plese tell me about the cheese u have used here, which cheese is it? It seemed to have some herbs in it...plz clarify. Many Thanks.Reply 0 - Replies
rinkisinha Posted on Sat Oct 14 2017
very nice video THanku for sharing with usReply 0 - Replies