Thursday, May 14, 2009

Crispy ajwain kachori with paneer sabji

Yesterday felt like having Paneer curry for dinner and together with ajwain kachori combo was perfect,Pallavi was craving since a long time for Kachoris,so i asked mother to prepare Kachori specially for her while i prepared cottage cheese curry.
This recipe is very simple and quiet apt for beginners in cooking,i am posting this recipe specially for Pallavi :-) so that she can try this recipe whenever she wants,marraige thought me cooking and i guess thats what is inspiring my Sis to cook .
coming to the recipe of Paneer curry
ingredient needed
cottage cheese 125gm chopped 
onion chopped three
tomato two chopped
grated ginger half tsp
garli clove chopped three
green chilli chopped one
salt as per taste
oil to cook one tbsp
half tsp each of red chilli ,turmeric and coriander powder
pinch of garam masala powder.
chopped coriander leaves to garnish one tbsp
cumin seeds half tsp
heat oil in wok and add cumin seeds
once cumin seeds start spluttering
add ginger,garlic,green chilli and onions
keep frying till onions start changing their colour
add tomatoes and mix well
once tomatoes gets mixed with onions add
salt and masala mixture(red chilli,turmeric and corinader powder)
keep stirring on low flame till oil is seen along the sides
if the masala starts sticking add few drops of water and scrap from the sides
add required amount of water as desired (i usually like thick gravy so i add less water )
let the gravy boil ,once gravy starts boiling lower the flame and add chopped cottage cheese.
mix well and let it simmer for few minutes.
before removing from flame add pinch of garam masala and coriander leaves.
mix well and serve hot with pori or chapatis.
Recipe of Ajwain kachori
ingredient needed
wheat flour depending on your need
water to need the dough
salt as per taste
one tsp oil (for the dough)
ajwain seeds one tsp
mix all the ingredients and knead smooth dough
roll out in the shape of pooris but slightly thicker than pooris
heat oil in wok
once oil is hot lower the flame and slowly slide the kachodis
keep turning till the kachodis are brown from both side
serve hot with curry of choice .
Event entry
Poornima of tasty treats is on with My favourite things event theme this month being cheese ,event started by Bindiya of in luv with food.
Panner subji goes to her event .
Enjoy the week frens,..cee u all soon,..:-)


Unknown said...

kachori and paneer subji wow what acombination yaar mmmmmm mouthwatering yummy post

Deepthi Shankar said...

that looks soo good ... paneer sabji is awesome

Manju said...

the paneer sabji must have been such a great combo with the ajwain kachoris..ive had ajwain kachoris but never made them..the pics are soo tempting me to!

Cham said...

The paneer sabji with kachori ,simple and delicious

Bhawna said...

Ajwain Kachori and paneer sbji nice combo.. tempting

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

cispy kachoris withsabji seems like a great combo... lovely color and I am craving for a few..

Sujatha said...

sounds simple and looks delicious! Bookmarking!

Indian Khana said...

Lovley combo...looks so yum..I love ajwain parathas..just any day:)

jayasree said...

Both paneer sabji and kachori looks delectable. I want some now.

Uma said...

both dishes look so yummy Priyanka!

Priya Suresh said...

Kachori with ajwain, would have tasted very flavourful na...just love the paneer subji, tempting one!

Sharmila said...

Mmmmm ... lovely combo. :-)

Unknown said...

paneer subji looks so drooling here!!!

Finla said...

Wow love the combo looks so yummy delicous.

chef and her kitchen said...

Lovely flavorful kachori n paneer sabji..looking so nice..

Vikis Kitchen said...

Kachori with paneer subji looks lovely. I feel hungry now:)

Vikis Kitchen said...

Hi, I am hosting an event called 'The potluck - chicken' . Expecting your suggestions , support and yummy dishes . Hearty welcome dear.

Alka said...

Nice platter, i love eating like this.... filling food is what i call it :-)

Lakshmi said...

kachori and paneer sabji is a tasty combination Priyanka. Looks so tempting :)

karuna said...

tht ajwain kachori is making my mouth water. yummy.

delhibelle said...

how delicious! i envy you for the awesome readymade paneer u get in Delhi:)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

i am drooling over the paneer subji.... looks great.

Shreya said...

what a grt combo! yummy pic:-)

Swapna said...

wow! that looks yummy! Adding ajwain is really awesome.

Laavanya said...

I've never tasted this combination but it sounds super delicious.

Raks said...

Wow, I love ajwain and what a lovely cobo of ajwain kacori and paneer sabji!! Love it!

Anonymous said...

The paneer sabzi looks realy yummy!The colour of the gravy is really rich and appealing.