Detailed Recipe: showmethecurry.com
this looks really delicious.. i should try this tomorrow… 🙂 by the way, have anyone of you tried the recipes from facebook and twiiter like real indian food recipes, real greek food recipes and real moroccan recipes..? i’ve tried some and they are all yummy..! anyway, happy cooking and happy eating 🙂
I love cooking & watch recipes from youtube.U guys are really innovative and talented.Most of your recipe videos are just excellent and I really appreciate that you guys allow the viewers to put their feedback(whether it is good or bad)for each of your recipe. There are some sites like manjula’skitchen.com or the videos uploaded in youtube by them they even don’t allow people to add comment which states some disliking or suggestions. They only keep the good comments posted to their video.LOL 🙂
indian food is delicious
Lol…you are right. This is one of our older videos and we’ve learned a lot since then. Hopefully, you will get a chance to see some of our newer ones.
I ain’t waiting for no parties. I can’t wait to make this
Ladies, don’t use transitions on your video. When you watch tv incl food channel, do you ever see transitions?
Awesome video…gr8 step by step procedure…will try in my kitchen and provide feedback…
hi ladies your doing great but just suggestion can u plz. tie your hair atleast while cooking .people watching you coz of food LOL
Instead of Paneer, I used slightly fried tofu. It turned out great. Thanks for the great recipe!
I tried ur kadai paneer recipe along with the phulka and the kadai paneer recipe came out great…loved it 🙂 I did add a capsicum just for some colour and taste .
why dont you use Capsicum in this recipe because I show evrywhere Kadai Paneer have Capsicum always..?
Homemade “cottage” cheese made by scalding milk, adding an acid such as lemon juice or vinegar to curdle the milk and separating the milk fat from the whey.
What exactly is Paneer?
If you grind the spices first and then roast, there is a good chance that they will burn.
hey thnx a lot!!!!but y cant we grind first and then roast?
@TheBgcheez: We carry a similar one on our online Kitchen Store on our website. It is called a Kitchen Machine.
Great video! Where can I get/order one of those spice grinders?
Very good recipe, should give it a try…
im a huge fan i made this as soon as the video came out (i was waiting for another paneer recipe from u two) and my mom n dad loved it. Thanks, 5 stars.
That chili is actually actually at 0:23. I must have timed the frame incorrectly.
Hey, no problem! No offense taken :).
Oh no, I wasn’t criticizing your video…I just like being a smartypants. What I referred to was the shape of the chili, flattened. I hear there are plenty of taxi cabs in Calcutta (I’m reading a book called “The Calcutta Kitchen”) and most of my dry chilies are bent and crinkled. The one in this recipe at 0:24 looks almost like it was ironed.
Sorry. You know I love your videos.
This meal looks amazingly delicious! I’m making it for my family tomorrow! You two rock!
what happened to tip tuesday?
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