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Nwababi Paneer Recipe

We all like to eat and try different recipes at home. That’s why we are sharing a veg recipe today. This is called Nwababi Paneer. We can try this item in this festival session of Durga puja, Navaratri.


  • Paneer
  • white oil
  • cloves
  • cardamom
  • cinnamon
  • cumin
  • onion
  • Ginger Garlic Paste
  • Raw Chili
  • Butter
  • Sour curd
  • Black Paper Powder
  • Coriander powder
  • Salt and Sugar
  • Garam-Masala
  • Fenugreek leaves
  • Fresh cream

Making Process

First, put 2 tablespoons of white oil in the pan, then add two cloves, cardamom, and cinnamon, a little whole cumin, and let it heat for a few seconds. Then (for 100 grams of Paneer) chop 2 small or medium-sized onions a little, fry a little, there is no need to turn red. Then add 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste. Shake lightly. Then add a little water and add 2/3 of the raw chili to taste.

Cover for about 20 seconds. Then take it down and cool it. Then mix it well and paste it so that it looks like a fine cream.

Then add 3 tablespoons of white oil and one cube of butter to make sure it doesn’t burn, then add the mixture paste and keep stirring on low heat for 2 minutes. Then beat 2 tablespoons of sour curd well and put on the pan. Then let it boil for 2 minutes on a very low flame. Then add one teaspoon of black paper powder, one teaspoon of coriander powder, and a little salt, sugar to taste. Stir over low heat until oil released from the mixture. Then add a little water. Then you have to give the paneer cubes (I gave 100 grams paneer). When it boils, add one teaspoon of garam-masala powder and 1 tablespoon of dry fenugreek leaves. Cover and simmer for 1 minute. Then at the end of the day 2/3 tablespoon fresh cream. Nawabi paneer is ready to serve.

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