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How to make dhaba style paneer ki bhurji at home.


•Our specially made restaurant style Paneer Bhuji at home in just 5 minutes. Even those who do not eat much bread after eating it will eat up to 4 rotis instead of 2. So let’s make it today….


•Oil – 1 tbsp

•Paneer – 250 grams

•Cumin – 1/2 tsp

•Fennel – 1/4 tsp

•Asafoetida – 1/4 tsp

•Onion – 1 medium

•Green chili – 1-2

•Ginger – 1 inch

•Garlic – 4-5

•Tomato – 2

•Coriander Powder – 1 tsp

•Pav Bhaji Masala – 3/4 tsp

•Turmeric Powder – 1/4 tsp

•Preparation time: 10 minutes

•Cooking time: 15 minutes

•Total time: 25 Minutes


STEP 1: Put paneer in a bowl and take masala.

First of all, take a bowl and put the paneer in the bowl and start mashing the paneer with your finger and while mashing make fine chunks of paneer and keep the bowl aside.

STEP 2: Fry the spices while stirring in a pan.

Now take a wok and put the wok on the gas on medium flame and heat it by adding oil, when the oil becomes hot then put cumin, fennel seeds and asafoetida in the hot oil and fry the cumin till it turns brown. Then add finely chopped onion, green chili, ginger and garlic paste to it and fry all the ingredients while stirring continuously in the pan till they turn light brown. After the onion is roasted, add chopped tomato and cook till it becomes soft. Once the tomatoes become soft, add salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder, coriander powder and pav bhaji masala and cook for 1 minute till the spices get mixed with all the spices. Then add mashed paneer and mix all the ingredients well, cook for 2 minutes and after 2 minutes turn off the gas.

(Note: Do not cook the paneer for a long time as it will become like cheese rubber). Hot Paneer Bhurji is ready).

~Nutrition Information:-

•Calories: 533kcal

•Carbohydrates: 77g

•Protein: 11g

•Fat: 21g

•Saturated Fat: 8g

•Cholesterol: 27mg

•Sodium: 935mg

•Potassium: 717mg

•Fiber: 7g

•Sugar: 8g

•Vitamin A: 3745IU

•Vitamin C: 28.5mg

•Calcium: 137mg

•Iron: 4mg

~Health benefits of eating paneer:-

•Cheese improves the immune system..

•The immune system of the body becomes better and stronger by the consumption of cottage cheese. Diseases like cough, asthma, bronchitis can be controlled by regular consumption of paneer. It improves hemoglobin content and is found to be useful for children as it helps in developing their immune system.

•Benefits for cancer patients..

•The presence of selenium and potassium in paneer keeps the body healthy and prevents cancer. It also helps fight cancer if it has started to develop. The presence of protein helps in the prevention of colon and colon cancer.

•The presence of sphingolipids inside the body will help in the prevention of other forms of cancer. Prostate cancer which is common in men will be reduced by the consumption of cottage cheese.

•Cottage cheese for glowing skin..

•People spend a lot of money to get glowing skin and this is where paneer benefits. The presence of selenium and other vitamins helps a person to get glowing skin.

~Serving Types:-

•Can be served with plain paratha or roti.

•Can be served in kids lunchbox.

•Can be served with bread.

~Change in taste:-

•You can add hot mashed chaat masala.

•Cumin seeds can be tempered in vegetable oil or ghee.

•Freshly chopped coriander leaves can be added.

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