Winter is a season for colorful vegetables. It’s always a pleasure to see many colors in our platter. It’s like a color therapy. When we add paneer to all this colors it became awesomely delicious and divine. Paneer rangoli is the name given by me as in this dish you will get fusion of colors and taste . I am sure you will love the royal taste. So what are you waiting for enjoy this elegant royal rich dish paneer rangoli.
Preparation time : 15 minutes Cooking time : 20 minutes Serves : 4 Ingredients : 10 to 12 paneer cube 8 to 10 cauliflower florets ½ cup fresh green peas 1 carrot peeled and cut into chunks 1 beetroot peeled and cut into chunks 1 potato peeled and cut into chunks 1 green bell pepper seeded and cut into chunks 1 onion chopped 4 to 5 cloves of garlic ½ inch ginger 1 cup fresh coriander and mint leaves 2 big tomato handfull of cashew 10 to 12 raisin 6 to 8 green chilly 2 bay leaves ¼ tsp whole cumin 1 whole red chilly broken into pieces ½ tsp turmeric powder ½ tsp coriander powder ½ tsp cumin powder ½ tsp garam masala powder 1 tbsp butter 1 tbsp cream ½ cup oil salt to taste
Methods of Cooking : Per boiled all the vegetables except green bell pepper and green peas. Keep aside the vegetable . In your blender take fresh coriander, mint leaves, tomato, cashew and raisin, green chilly, onion garlic and ginger. Make a smooth paste. Heat oil in a pan fry the paneer and keep aside. Fry the per boiled vegetables individually and keep aside. In a pan heat oil then add bay leaves, whole cumin, whole red chilly. When the seed start splutter. Then add the green paste. Add turmeric powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and salt. Fry the masala till oils comes out. Now add green peas and capsicum. Mix with the masala and fry a little then add all the other vegetables. Mix well with the masala. Now add 1 cup of warm water. Let it come to boil. Add the fried paneer cubes. Mix well with soft hand. When the gravy is almost dry add butter, garam masala powder and fresh cream. Mix well. Your colorful paneer rangoli is ready to relish with paratha, naan or simple breads.