There's something about dhaba-style food that makes us fall for it time and again. Isn't it? Be it a hearty bowl of dal or simple aloo-jeera, dishes cooked at these food joints taste oh-so-delicious. One such dhaba-style recipe that we absolutely love is paneer bhurji. Paneer crumbled and cooked in a pool of spices, this recipe is not only easy to make, but also helps you put together a scrumptious meal in just no time. But have you ever wondered what goes into making the dhaba-style paneer bhurji that makes it so special? We have found the answer for you. You read that right. We found a recipe that can help you replicate the exact dish at home, that too in not more than 10 minutes. Sounds perfect, right?
This quick and easy dhaba-style paneer bhurji recipe is shared by food vlogger Parul on her YouTube channel 'Cook With Parul'. According to Parul, the secret masala that goes into making paneer bhurji are ghee, besan, haldi, chilli powder, dhania powder, amchoor powder, water and salt.
Besides, for this recipe we also need butter, onion, ginger, green chilli, tomato and of course, fresh paneer. Now that you got to know what ingredients go in to make dhaba-style paneer bhurji, we suggest get them handy and prepare the dish. Let's take a look at the dhaba-style paneer bhurji recipe.
Quick And Easy Recipe: How To Make Dhaba-Style Paneer Bhurji In 10 Minutes:
We have to start with preparing the secret masala. To make it, we need to first add ghee to a pan and roast besan in it. Then add haldi, red chilli powder, dhania powder and amchoor powder to it. in it. Add some water, cook well and sprinkle salt as per your taste. Once the mix gets prepared, keep it aside.
Now, pour a generous amount of butter and oil in a kadhai and add onion to it. Cook it well. Add ginger and tomato to it. Once the tomatoes get softer, add the besan masala. Then add the paneer crumble and mix. Add some water and salt as needed.
Garnish with freshly chopped dhania and you will get creamy, soft dhaba-style paneer bhurji ready in just no time. Pair it with roti or paratha and relish.
Watch the detailed recipe video of Dhaba-Style Paneer Bhurji here:
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