May 15, 2004
Mutter Paneer

A gloriously hot Saturday in London is best finished off with a gloriously tasty bowl of mutter-paneer with fresh roti, naan or toast:

Mutter Paneer - gloriously delicious!

To learn how to make this heavenly-tasting dish - click here.

Posted by jag at May 15, 2004 10:33 PM

Hi, thanks for a wonderful website. Your teaching technique is very easy to follow and very accurate. The peas paneer was amazing and the recipe was super.
Do you have an authentic recipe for Rajma?
Thanks so much.

Posted by: sarvar on July 14, 2004 04:51 AM

Hi Sarvar - many thanks for your kind comment! I do plan to put up my Rajma recipe here soon - so please keep coming back to to check !

Posted by: Jag on July 14, 2004 08:46 AM

I really liked your recipies and their step by step preparation with pictures. I am from South India and I always refer to your website for the north indian recipies. Liked your idea of freezing giner, garlic and corriander.
BTW, do you use home made corriander, garam masala etc or which brand do you buy them
as they change the taste of curry?
(Just wondering whether i get that brand in

Nice job!

Posted by: Madhuri on October 1, 2004 05:12 PM

Hi Madhuri - thank you so much for your comment and feedback!

Unfortunately - I don’t grow any coriander in my garden - so I usually buy it fresh from grocer - and wash it and chop it all up in bulk for freezing. However - the ground coriander and garam masala I usually buy from the Indian shop in large packets - the brand I buy is usually TRS ( ) - or Natco ( ). If you cannot get these in USA - then I think you can get order them online - I am sure they ship international too!

Posted by: Jag on October 1, 2004 10:28 PM

Hey Jag-

Great recipe! My paneer dishes usually never turn out well but this one did…all thanks to you!

Posted by: Shadab on October 7, 2004 04:43 PM

Hi Shadab - glad it worked out OK for you! I am cooking this tonight! many thanks for your feedback!

Posted by: Jag on October 7, 2004 08:31 PM

Wonderful recipe..tasted so great..Do u have recipe for Dhal Makhani.. would love to learn the recipe from u..thanks…

Posted by: Nalina on October 26, 2004 10:59 PM

Hello Nalina - thank you for your feedback - I’m glad you liked it. I haven’t got dhal makhani recipe here yet - but I do plan to produce it here some time - I only have a yellow dhal (moong dal) recipe here at the moment. You need to go to my main page: and look under the “Food” section on the left-hand side. Keep coming back to look out for dhal makhani !

Posted by: Jag on October 26, 2004 11:14 PM

Thanks..will surely browse thro ur site quite often..good blogging,,wonderful recipes…

Posted by: Nalina on October 29, 2004 11:40 PM

I think mutter paneer is the best thing since sliced bread…or sliced NAAN bread if so desire! Whahahahahahha. Long live the peas and cheese!

Posted by: Eu Ere Eh Lieh on December 29, 2004 04:53 PM

Hi there Eu Ere Eh Lieh: thanks for your feedback! Yes - long live peas and cheese!

Posted by: Jag on December 29, 2004 07:00 PM

It was too yummy! Both to see the pictures as well as to taste!

Posted by: Shruti on January 2, 2005 02:04 PM

Hi Shruti, many thanks for your comment. Glad you liked it! All the best for 2005!

Posted by: Jag on January 2, 2005 11:22 PM
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