Planning To Make Matar Paneer? This Time, Make It Restaurant-Style! Watch Recipe Video Here

Restaurant-style matar paneer recipe: Dhaba restaurant shared their matar paneer recipe with us and we are sharing it further with you to try at home.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: July 31, 2020 00:08 IST

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Planning To Make <i>Matar Paneer</i>? This Time, Make It Restaurant-Style! Watch Recipe Video Here

Restaurant-style matar paneer can be easily made at home.

Highlights
  • Matar paneer is a popular dish in Indian cuisine.
  • Dhaba restaurant shared its famous matar paneer recipe with us.
  • Watch the recipe video to make it at home.

We all make matar paneer quite often at home and love its taste every single time. But, why this same dish tastes different when served in restaurants? In fact, all the dishes served in restaurants are nothing like what we make at home and it leaves us wishing we could make restaurant-like food at home. Guess what? Your wish has just been granted. Dhaba restaurant shared their matar paneer recipe with us and we are sharing it further with you to try at home.

Watch: Restaurant-Style Matar Paneer Recipe Video -

(Also Read: Here's How You Can Make Restaurant-Style Chatpata Paneer At Home)



The video surprises us with the simplicity of the recipe and the entire procedure. You just have to puree tomatoes and cook it in a pan. Then add boiled peas and paneer and top it with some cream.

Here's a tip by the restaurant to make tomato masala - Cook chopped tomato, onion, ginger-garlic paste in red chilli powder, cumin powder, coriander and salt. Cook till the masala leaves oil from its sides and becomes mushy. After it cools down, grind it to make a smooth paste.

Here's the step-by-step recipe of Dhaba restaurant's matar paneer -

PREP TIME: 10 mins COOK TIME: 15 minutes SERVES: 2

Ingredients:

200 gm paneer
1 cup boiled peas
1 cup tomato masala
Cream for garnish

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Method:

1.        Heat oil in a pan and add tomato masala.
2.        Cook on high flame.
3.        Add the boiled peas and paneer.
4.        Add water as required.
5.        Finish off with cream.
 

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