Malai Paneer Korma मलाई पनीर कोरमा | Kunal Kapur North Indian Recipes

Malai Paneer Korma मलाई पनीर कोरमा | Kunal Kapur North Indian Recipes


Hi Guys,
Today we are going to make a really tasty dish,
named as ‘Malai Paneer Korma’ For making Malai Paneer Korma, we will first have to make its gravy. We are going to take a pan, turn it on, we will add two cups of water to it I have some onion, which is roughly diced we will add
some garlic, a small piece of ginger, cut roughly, 1-2 green chillies
(whole) Black Cardamom, very small pinch
of shahi cumin, 2-3 green cardamom, a handful of cashew nuts, a pinch of
black pepper, Next, boil this until onion becomes a little mushy, Let’s have a look! Alright, the onion is now boiled sufficiently, We will now turn off the gas stove, Next, we will drain it through a sieve, we will drain it nicely, This is important because while doing this
we will remove the sweetness, And, for the curry, it is important
to remove the sweetness We will now spread the onions
like this on the plate, And, we will allow it to cool down a little. In the meantime, we will remove the black cardamom and the green chillies, The reason why we are doing this is that while grinding the mixture the
cardamom and the green chilly will make it a bit dark; which we don’t want, Next, we will add this to a mixer grinder, Next, we will add some yoghurt to it, This has a good amount of mixture already, We will grind the mixture, The mixture is well ground and ready, Next, we will take a pan and we will add some ghee to it, You may also use regular oil, we will add this paste to the pan, Alright! Now, we will add some water
to the remaining curry in the jar, We will add
some salt, this is a curry, this will dance and splutter, Next, we will cover the pan with a lid
and cook it for good 10 – 12 minutes, Alright, we will add some water
to make the mixture quiet, we will add a dash of milk, Milk will make it creamy and make the mixture
a more towards white, some green chillies, some ginger, a pinch of mace powder, a pinch of
cardamom powder, Now, it’s time to add cottage cheese (paneer)
into the mixture, You may shallow fry, deep fry, grill
and then add it to the curry; But somehow, I prefer adding raw uncooked cottage
cheese to the curry, and let it cook into the gravy, So I am going to drop – in all
cottage cheese pieces into the curry, and going to give this a gentle stir, We will cook it for five more minutes, So that the cottage cheese becomes tender
and dense and moist and silken, Milky, silky, creamy Malai Korma Curry, Let’s turn this off, And, our curry is ready! Lovely!
And, now is the time to plate this. On this, we will add some Rogan, Look at that, beautiful it looks! some black freshly cracked pepper, and garnish it with some beautiful sprigs of coriander, Beautiful, Silken, creamy ‘Malai Paneer Korma’ – Done!

100 thoughts on “Malai Paneer Korma मलाई पनीर कोरमा | Kunal Kapur North Indian Recipes

  1. Hi Kunal. Can you please explain what is "Rogan" , the liquid you added at the last step. I have Googled it a lot. But no luck yet. Thanks in advance.

  2. Hi kunal I tried yr malai paneer korma it came out sooooo beautifully am extremely delighted henceforth I shall try all of yr receipe thank you so much by watching yr video got chance to try out yr receipe hats off to you

  3. Totally Dynamic & healthy to eat and Enjoy the Hot taste inside the Taste buds.
    Its a vegetarian delight in white gravy of cashewnuts.

  4. sirji is  it  preferable  to  use  saffron  soaked  milk  instead  of  white  mlk  to  give  a  richer  exotic  color  and  richness  to  the  dish  if  preferable how  much  quantity  and  is  it  preferable  to  boil  raisins  along  with  kaju  to  make  our  khorma  a  little  sweet  in   taste  and    if  preferable  how  much  quantity

  5. Sir master shef ka oudition diya but abhi tk koi call nii aya pls mujhe ana hai master shef mai pls sir bataiye call kb tk ayega lko mai

  6. Maza aagya kunalji …market mey 200 ki sabji…or phr b taaza hone ka darr or ghar pr sasti or taazi bna kr khaane ka maza hi kuch orr…well great boss thanks for ur great chef video…

  7. SUBBED ! Not liked because it's not my kind of dish . I can't see how milk with yoghurt and water would taste good ! Sorry! ( Also the paneer in the UK is yellow and hard )

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