Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Dhaba Style Paneer Bhurji At Home 

No matter how hard you try, you cannot recreate the dhaba delicaciesat your home, unless you learn some secret tips and tricks.

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: August 02, 2019 17:25 IST

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Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Dhaba Style Paneer Bhurji At Home 

Try this dhaba-style paneer bhurji recipe in the comfort of her kitchen

Highlights
  • Dhaba food makes travelling a fun and foodie affair in India
  • Dhaba style paneer bhurji is a sensation across country
  • Paneer is a super versatile ingredient

There's something about dhaba food that makes travelling a fun and foodie affair in India. Besides travel, remember all those times when your local dhaba's dal and roti came to your rescue late at night? Dhaba is referred to any small eatery by the road or your neighbourhood that may or may not have elaborate seating available. Another common feature of dhaba food is that it is tossed in lots of spices, ghee and butter. And let's admit it, no matter how hard you try, you cannot recreate the dhaba delicacies at your home, unless you learn some secret tips and tricks. 

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In this video, famous Mumbai-based blogger and YouTuber Alpa Modi, tries to recreate decadent dhaba-style paneer bhurji recipe in the comfort of her kitchen. Paneer bhurji is a delectable Indian dish made by scrambling paneer and mixing it up with a host of spices, veggies and butter. If you substitute paneer in this dish with egg, you would get a delish anda bhurji. For making Dhaba-style paneer bhurji you would need, malai paneer, green chillies, ginger-garlic paste, onions, tomatoes, capsicum, jeera and garammasala. You can pair this scrambled paneer dish with steaming hot chapatis. You can also have paneer bhurji with some rice, dal, papad and pickle for a wholesome experience.



Here's the recipe of dhaba-style paneer bhurji. Let us know how you like it. 

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