Chitrakut is one of those Bengali sweets recipes which is rarely heard of. Not as popular as its counterparts like Rosogolla or Pantua, however, it is still quite popular among Bengali sweet-preferring community.
Rasbhari or Mini Gulab Jamuns are bite-sized dumplings that have been deep-fried and soaked in sugar syrup before serving. Very popular in the northern states of India, I can bet that you can not stop eating these cute little dumplings of joy!
If you are looking for quick & easy paneer recipes, then nothing tops this. This is flat out the quickest recipe of paneer on my blog. All you need is a slab of fresh paneer and a handful of pantry staple spices to bring this quick paneer recipe together. This is a vegetarian, gluten-free and nut-free recipe, which can be easily modified into vegan by replacing paneer with tofu.
Chanar Jilipi is a very popular Bengali Sweet from India’s eastern state of West Bengal. Chanar Jilipi is an Indian sweetmeat made with fresh cottage cheese of cow’s milk mixed with semolina and flour, shaped into a ‘figure 8 knot’ followed by deep frying and soaking in a simple syrup. This is a very popular Bengali sweet dish and can be found at most of the sweet shops selling Indian sweets or Mithai.
Paneer Butter Masala or Butter Paneer is probably one of the most comforting Indian dishes and quick & easy paneer recipes. Cubes of Paneer (fresh cottage cheese) dunked in a luscious, buttery and slightly tangy tomato-based gravy, topped with a generous dollop of makkhan or white butter. This is how I imagine it while having it with some garlic naan or jeera rice for an exquisite dinner.
In this post, I will share the best recipe for a Dhaba style paneer butter masala with you. I will also give you alternate vegan options for this recipe for paneer butter masala.
In simpler terms, this nutty meatless malai kofta curry is pure indulgence. Mildly spiced cottage cheese koftas dunked in nutty and luscious white gravy always makes for a centerpiece to the festive dinner table. Often said to be a decadent Mughlai recipe, this malai kofta curry is surely a keeper!
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.