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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Achari Broccoli with Paneer


Time for Radhika's "Blog Hop Wednesday Week-10". Today I am paired with Monica @ "Sin-a-mon". She has many tasty dishes at her space. I picked "Achari Broccoli" from her blog. I never cooked broccoli as a side dish. This suits me very well. I find a way to treat my family with a healthy and tasty side dish. I replaced pumpkin with paneer. So here I go.....!!!




Ingredients
Broccoli(cut into florets)
    250 gms
Paneer/Cottage Cheese(cubes)
    150 gms
Onion
    2 (Chopped)
Tomato(cut into chunks)
    1 Big
Turmeric Powder
    1/4 tsp
Dhania Powder
    1 tsp
Amchur Powder
    1/2 tsp
Red Chilly Powder
    1/4 tsp
Oil
    1 Tbsp
Panchphoran
    1 tsp
(Fenugreek seeds,
    
Cumin Seeds.
    
Mustard Seeds,
   
Fennel Seeds,
    
Nigella Seeds)
    
Salt
    As per Taste



Method
* Boil one cup of water. Add Broccoli florets and cook for about two to three minutes.
* Drain out the water.
* Heat oil in a pan. Temper it with panchforan. Let them crackle.
* Add onions. Cook until they turned pink and transparent.
* Add turmeric powder, chilly powder, dhaniya powder and amchur powder. Cook for a minute.
* Add Blanched Broccoli and mix very well.
* Add tomato and paneer cubes.
* Mix very well and cook for about two to three minutes.
* Switch off the fire. Achaari Broccoli with Paneer is ready to be served with roti or Parantha. 



26 comments:

  1. I have not cooked brocolli as side dish too. This looks great, Will try it out

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  2. The colorful platter is just calling to me.

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  3. wow achari broccoli.. sounds interesting.. must try, both paneer and brocoli are my kids fav..

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  4. Super delicious achari broccoli with paneer, just drooling rite now here.

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  5. The platter is colourful. Nice combo seems workout better.

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  6. looks yummy and nice clicks ..........

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  7. Healthy, yummy n tasty side dish... looks gr8...

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  8. Looks delicious and healthy too.

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  9. Very healthy, colourful and delicious achari broccoli..

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  10. I love achari flavored anything...This ones yummy too!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. You know, I had broccoli for lunch and now I feel like preparing this for dinner tomorrow, nice!

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  12. so colourful, healthy and yummy..

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  13. Delicious tangy and tasty ...the name itself is mouthwatering!

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  14. Delicious recipe...Adding broccoli makes it more yummy and colorful...

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  15. delicious looking combination this looks wonderful

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  16. Looks so yummy Deeksha.. and healthy too :)

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