PALAK PANEER RECIPE ~ Side Dish for Roti ~ Restaurant Style Palak Paneer ~ Paneer Recipes

Written by Mullai

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  1. meenugopi

    hi mullai

    i have a doubt whter v shld use boiled milk r unboiled milk. after ur reply i shld start preparg pls say me wat 2 do . waitg for ur reply……….

    1. Mullai

      Meenu, just add straight from the milk can… the pasteurized can which we get from stores. If you prefer rich and creamy texture, use half and half or light cream intead. But it even taste good with plain 2 % milk. If using raw milk, then boil and proceed.

      1. meenugopi

        Hi Mullai

        Thx for ur reply ………… u post xcellent recipes wich r really yummy ……..wil prepare and reply u soon hw was it thx u dear

  2. Leslie in L.A.

    My husband and I both enjoyed this dish very much. I have been looking for a recipe and now I’ve found the one. Thank you, Thank you!

  3. Radha Ramkumar

    Hello Mullai This is the first time I am writing to U.. Since I am a Vegeterain and my husband loves Non Veg food .. ur site was a great great help to me.. especially the Chicken Biriyani.. He was all praise for me 'coz that was my first attempt.. Thanx to U… Palak Paneer was also very tasty and delicious.. Can u please post me some recipes on Suraikkai and Peerkankai..

  4. Radha Arvindh

    Hi Mullai..

    ActuallY Mysore rasam was not in my list b’se I normally prepare that, so for a change ..tried palak paneer..As usual no doubt abt ur recipes..Outcome was fantastic..Everyone of us liked the taste..Have a great Day!!!


    Radha Arvindh 

    1. Mullai

      Thanks Radha… been busy this weekend and got myself logged in just a while ago for my latest post. Catch you again tomorrow. BTW you tomato pulav looks too tempting, got to make it sometime this week.

  5. rekhas

    Thanks soo much for this delicious recipe. Instead of paneer i fried aloo pieces and tossed in, It was still great, more of like aloo-palak. Keep up your good work, your recipes are the best.

  6. Visitor

    Hiya, i am a beginner cook,and im not sure but is palak the same as saag… palak and spinach the same thing. Sorry, if this seems to be a silly question. Bhavna

  7. Vandana

    I made this dish minus INGREDIENTS-2.It was simply superb.I must confess I am not a fan of Palak Paneer, but this one takes the cake!!

  8. Akhil

    I am from Northern India but have always been very fond of south indian foods. Luckily I found your website. Today I cooked palak paneer and it came out really delicious. Living in UK since last three years, we had not eaten it at all since then and my wife simply loved it. I love cooking, specially love trying new receipes (then handover them to my wife). We today bought many masalas and herbs (mentioned in many receipes on your website) from the market which we dont usually use, so next few weeks I will continue making new south indian food. I will keep posting here also.

    Do you have recipe for coconut chutney ( usally eaten along with dosas etc). Many thanks, Akhil

    1. Mullai

      Hello Akhil, Very glad to hear that everything worked out great. Hope there will be big South Indian feast this week at your place. I do have the recipe for coconut chutney and will post sometime this week. Please ask your wife to share some North Indian recipes, my website lacks them. Will be happy to hear all your feedback, thanks again for visiting.

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