Indian traditional dish

indian traditional puri with matar paneer
@hema7213 (3525)
India
December 4, 2015 2:23am CST
hey friends, yesterday, i prepared the indian traditional dish which we cook or make in some special occasion.....it is puri with matar paneer .....it is my favorite meal..... i hope you will like it and will ask for the recipe
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@cahaya1983 (8310)
• Malaysia
4 Dec 15
That looks delicious! We have a lot of Indian restaurants here, if I go I'll see if they have that on the menu.
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@dpk262006 (53850)
• Delhi, India
4 Dec 15
@cahaya - I am afraid if you could get the exact gravy dish of cottage cheese and peas in any Indian restaurant and that too with 'Puris' (fried homemade wheat bread), but you could still try and let us know the results.
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• Chandigarh, India
5 Dec 15
@dpk262006 I agree with dpk262006. I am afraid, you going to get the same gravy dish along with "Puris" in any Indian restaurant abroad. If you find, let us know.
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• Malaysia
9 Dec 15
@hema7213 @dpk262006 @rocky1980 Yeah I doubt the ingredients would be as authentic as the ones in India. I do know a lot of them import the cooks and spices from there though. Well I guess I just have to try them out first.
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@rocky1980 (548)
• Chandigarh, India
4 Dec 15
this is my favourite food and i can have it any time of the day. My mom is a very good cook of traditional indian food. Aaloo Paranthas, matar paneer, white chole, puri, desi ghee ka halwa, etc. she is just a amazing cook. Mouth watering picture. good day.
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
4 Dec 15
i just prepare my favorite matar paneer with puri yesterday in dinner and i really enjoy it
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• Chandigarh, India
4 Dec 15
@hema7213 sometimes I try to cook as well but generally I don't enjoy food cooked by me. I am the worst cook in the world.
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
5 Dec 15
@rocky1980 well, i am also not that much great cook 2 years ago but practise and practise makes me a good cook now ...still i am not an expert cook....but i cook well...so you should keep cooking one day you will be a good cook
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@Drosophila (16862)
• Ireland
5 Dec 15
Oh I love a saag paneer! Receipe plx :)
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• Chandigarh, India
5 Dec 15
Really, how do you know about Saag Paneer. you really surprised me. and that's my favourite too.
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
5 Dec 15
@rocky1980 saag paneer means palak paneer .....i haven't wrote its recipe in my website till now so i can't help it but you can get the recipe of matar paneer if interested
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@Drosophila (16862)
• Ireland
5 Dec 15
@rocky1980 Indian food is very popular in Ireland! Saag Paneer is a must get when visiting restaurants.
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@dpk262006 (53850)
• Delhi, India
4 Dec 15
What makes you always tempt us with such mouth watering and yummy dishes.. It is always delightful to enjoy freshly prepared hot fried puries with a dish of cottage cheese and peas. Cottage cheese and peas complement each other. You indeed are a good cook. Let us know about your kitchen, so we could come over there to taste your sumptuous and yummy dishes.
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• Chandigarh, India
4 Dec 15
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
5 Dec 15
and you really in my opinion is a food lover and that' why you are responding on my every food discussion.....i think my guess is really right..
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• Chandigarh, India
5 Dec 15
@hema7213 , you really made me laugh, who on earth is not food lover. We all have favourite choices in food. By the way I respond to each comment, this is what I have learned here so far that is interact with others as much as possible. you should also interact with others more too not just with but with other mylot members. that's just a advise. nothing personal.
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@softbabe44 (5959)
• Vancouver, Washington
4 Dec 15
Can you tell me what all is in it and how it is cooked?
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
5 Dec 15
well there is puris in it and they are made from dough of flour and then get deep fried. and the one of most special Indian dish is there which matar paneer ....if you want i can provide you the recipe of it.
• Kerala, India
14 Feb 16
I eat it regularly! Puri with baji is my favourite
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• Vancouver, Washington
17 Feb 16
@ProGeek So what's in it?
@jerzgirl (7805)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
13 Feb 16
I really enjoy puri with chana masala, which is how I first learned of it. I've eaten matar paneer, too, but my favorite is murgh makhani or tikka masala. I just love the gravy over the rice with fresh naan. I would love to have the puri recipe if you have it.
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
17 Feb 16
that's really nice and i am really glad to hear the names of Indian dishes, Are you Indian
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@jerzgirl (7805)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
20 Feb 16
@hema7213 No, I am not Indian, but I love many of the foods. We have quite a few restaurants in our area where I found different things I like. I can't eat too much spicy foods, but I do like a little bit of spice. I'm not a fan of raita or dal, but I love onion pakora. I like kheer, too. I've enjoyed paneer masala, too, when I wasn't in the mood for chicken. There are so many ways to alter the flavors. It's amazing anyone can remember them all.
• Hyderabad, India
16 Dec 15
looks good.by the way, my favorite dish is paneer butter masala.??
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
17 Feb 16
ohh that is also nice have a look on the recipe if you really want to know how it can be made:
This Indian paneer butter masala recipe is actually a taste of Northern India. This recipe is actually a famous party menu dish and it can be eaten with naan or vegetable pulav which are also served as food item in those parties. You can easily find this r
@zebra2222 (4897)
• United States
5 Dec 15
Looks like a very tasty meal.
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@hema7213 (3525)
• India
5 Dec 15
yes....it is really tasty dish here in India .....you should try at least once
• New Delhi, India
15 Dec 15
Looks yummm and surely tastes yummm Even i love it.
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@zarlamain (24065)
• United States
2 Jun 16
I only tried the dessert shown in the picture.
@hema7213 (3525)
• India
3 Jun 16
You should also try to have pea and cottage cheese curry....It is really amazing in taste
@zarlamain (24065)
• United States
3 Jun 16
@hema7213 Interesting.
@parpande (678)
• Bangalore, India
18 Sep 16
@hema7213 Honestly speaking my mouth is watering at the moment , I miss such poori with aloo or matter paneer as I am residing in South India from the last 6 years. Though I find some eateries serving the same here as well but the taste is not as same as in my hometown.
3 Jun 16
Thanks Hemaji, I like these traditional food. My mouth is watering.