Thanks. I tried this recipe 3-4 times. it came out mouth watering each time.
Hey I tried this recipe twice once without cashew and one with cashew paste both were amazing and very easy to cook....my husband who is not fond of much paneer loved it and one of family friends who loves paneer went ga ga over it and enjoyed the dish....though i liked both but i prefere the one without cashew paste as I found it tasted better.
Thank you for making this cook extremely happy :) I am glad your family enjoyed it --DK
I dont have a recipe posted in the site currently. Typically a tandoori masala has a vast assortment of spices blend together. You can see the spices here : Tandoori Masala. Store bought works pretty well for recipes. The thing with Indian food is it works quite well with any spice in most of the cases. You can use the spices you mentioned and it will impart a different taste which I am sure will be good enough (provided you use the spices in harmony). But yes, it might certainly taste different from this recipe :) --DK
Thank you so much.. Nothing gets the cook in me going than a thoughtful feedback :) --DK
I havent fried them --DK
You skin the tomatoes before pureeing --DK
An excellent way to open my page and see this in the morning. Thank you :) --DK
Thank you Ariel :) --DK
yes it is :)
I generally do not use Tandoori Masala in my cooking. This one is from my friend whose mother sent homemade powders from India :) So I do not have any personal pref.
Not yet - but u can easily make this one by replacing butter with oil (use like 1 tsp or so), use low fat milk instead of heavy cream. If you get low calorie paneer (made from low fat milk), then it would be even better
Thank you so much :) :) --DK