Paneer Supreme

What you need:

Paneer -200gms cubed

Capsicum -1 cubed

Tomato -1 cubed

Onion -1 cubed

Green chillies -2 chopped

Ginger – garlic paste -1 tsp

Tomato sauce -2 tbsp

Chilli powder -1 tsp

Turmeric powder -1\4 tsp

Garam masala -1\2 tsp

Water -1 cup

Coriander leaves -1 tbsp chopped

Salt -to taste

Oil -2 tbsp


Heat oil in a non stick pan. Put the paneer cubes and fry them till light brown. Take them out and keep aside. In the same oil, fry onions and green chillies for a minute. Add the ginger – garlic paste and fry. Add the chilli powder, turmeric powder and garam masala. Mix and add the capsicum and tomatoes and fry for another minute. Add the tomato sauce, water and salt. Bring it to boil and put the fried paneer cubes. Mix well and let it simmer for 3 minutes. When the gravy is thick, put off the fire. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot. It goes well with roti, nan or kulcha.

  1. Delicious paneer dish.
    For weeks i have been wanting to make a dish with paneer but i can’t get paneer here and the thought of making them from scratch i have been lazy.
    So i guess till my laziness is over it is just drooling on the pic 🙂

  2. Paneer is one of our favourites …your dish looks good.

  3. yum! i love paneer and any dish with paneer in its ingredients is bookmarked 🙂

  4. Hi lissie,
    Have a good collection of recipes.
    I like the way u give a catchy title for each dish.Good presetation.

  5. wow…what a yummy looking dish lissie…I would love to have it with my rotis 🙂

  6. Looks so beautiful. Great recipe Lissie, thanks:)

  7. Looks like a cool dish.

  8. looks great! nice recipe.

  9. supreme indeed!! wud like to try it sometime.

  10. panner are always my fav….just love them..urs looks fab!!! havent made any panner dishes after coming here….

  11. lissie,
    this looks delicious. i love all paneer dishes.

  12. nice dish Lissie..and loved the pachoru…should definitley make it…went down the memory lane seeing its snaps!!

  13. Lissie, can you send me an email so that I can get the recipes to you. I don’t have your email address.

  14. Paneer finds a place once every week in my abode…This is something that i would want to try …

  15. thank you happy cook, rajitha, asha and rina for your kind words!

    welcome sunita and priar’s to my blog!
    sirisha, remya and prajusha thanks!

  16. thank you rohini, swaroopa and rachel for visiting!

    cynthai, i have sent you an email. thanks a lot dear!!!

    thank you kitchen scientist! i hope you have already made the pachoru. try the paneer too!

  17. paneer supreme looks very supreme and nice:)

  18. Lissie nice recipe.