This easy paneer manchurian recipe is a keeper of a recipe if you are a fan of Indo-Chinese cuisine, as well as Paneer. Here, fried pieces of paneer are batter fried and then tossed in a thick, sweet & sour gravy. This paneer manchurian dry recipe is perfect for snacking with drinks or to be served as a side to fried rice or noodles and a gravy side dish.
Luchi is an unleavened and deep-fried Indian flatbread made exclusively by the people of states in the eastern region of India. Popularly known as ‘Bengali-style Luchi’, the dough is made with all-purpose flour, hence its pristine white appearance. Usually reserved for a special occasion, it is often paired with Bengali Mutton Roast or Kosha Mangsho, Chana Dal or Bengali Cholar Dal or Potato Curry or Niramish Aloo Dum.
Paneer recipes are easy and that makes them so popular. This Badami Paneer Korma is no different. All you have to do is make the nut based creamy and luscious gravy and drop the paneer cubes in it. Cooked without tomato, this paneer recipe calls for simple ingredients like onion, ginger and garlic along with almonds & melon seeds to give a creamy texture to this dish. It pairs superbly well with Indian Naan breads or Fried Rice.
Luchis or Bengali Pooris are traditional Indian unleavened flatbreads, which are rolled and deep-fried in ghee or clarified butter. A quintessential part of Bengali party menu, it is often paired with Niramish Aloo Dum, or if someone is feeling indulgent, then Kosha Mangsho or Bengali Mutton Pot Roast.