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Dahiwale Paneer- Paneer cooked in silky smooth yogurt gravy.

Dahiwale Paneer is a easy side dish to go with Chapathi/Paratha/Jeera rice.

Ingredients: Paneer cut into 1 inch cubes-200 gms Dahi/Yogurt  well beaten– 1 ½ cups Onions sliced-1 cup Green cardamom -4 Black cardamom-5 Cinnamon stick -1 inch Bay leaf-1 Black pepper -1 tsp Jeera/cumin seeds – 1 tsp Turmeric powder – 1/4th tsp Jeera powder -1/4th tsp Chilli powdaten yogurt maand keep er -1 tsp(adjust spice accordingly) Coriander powder – 2 tsp Ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp Cashewnut paste- 1 tbsp Cream – 1 tbsp( optional, I did not use) Kasuri methi powder – ½ tsp Coriander leaves finely chopped Oil -1tbsp

Method: In a wok add add oil when heats add bay leave, cardamom, black cardamom, jeera, cinnamon stick and black pepper and fry for a second. Now add in the sliced onions and fry till dark brown(do not burn). When onions are brown add in ginger garlic paste and fry until the raw smell has gone. To this add coriander powder,turmeric powder,jeera powder, red chilli powder and mix well and fry for a few seconds. Now…

Vegetarian Omelette

If you do not want to eat eggs any day and want to eat an omelette  then this is perfect dish for you. It makes a tasty breakfast for whole family and its Vegan! I used to make this omelette before but it was a webit thicker than this. Ever since I made this method its just perfect. Serves :3 Method credit: cookingshooking website

 Here is the recipe to make vegetarian omelette.
1 cup Gram flour/ besan/chickpea flour 1 tbsp wheat flour ¼ th cup finely chopped onions 2 tbsp finely chopped tomatoes 1 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves 3 green chillies finely chopped A pinch of baking soda Salt to taste Water approximately 2 cups Oil to drizzle for frying dosa
In a large bowl add 1 cup chickpea flour and wheat flour and baking soda to this add water little by little(adjust water accordingly) and make into a smooth batter making sure it has no lumps. Whip the batter well. The batter must be a runny batter i.e if you drop the batter  on the pan it must be easy to swirl, the consis…

Pineapple Saffron

Hello Aps Kitchen Readers! May this year 2018 bring lots of Happiness and good health in your life. This is a cool recipe that I adapted from KudpiRaj Maam. It is indeed yummy.

Pineapple chunks 1 cup Sugar ¼ th cup(adjust according to the sweetness of pineapple) Saffron –little less than a pinch Method:
In a small bowl add a tbsp. hot water and soak saffron in it and keep aside for later use. In a mixer grinder/blender add in the pineapple chunks and churn it well to get a nice juice. Now strain the pineapple juice. ‘ In a pan add in the sugar and 1/4th cup water and dissolve the sugar completely. Now add in strained juice and mix well. Boil it for approximately 8-10 minutes making sure the juice thickens and does not stick to the bottom of the pan. When it is just done add the soaked saffron and its water in the pineapple juice and mix well, allow this to cool at room temperature. When cooled add in popsicle/icecandy mould and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight. Enjoy making this!