A favourite at many Chennai restaurants and also cooked at homes on special occasions. It tastes delicious with dosa and is also a favourite with idiappam.This version is less 'calorific' because it uses steamed dumplings.
Chenna Murki is a popular Bengali sweet made with chenna (moistened form of paneer) and dipped in sugar syrup.
Once you nail the art of making chenna at home, there is just no looking back!
Both variants are derived from dairy. All you need is full cream milk.
Rasgulle ki sabzi is a dry, thick gravy made of chenna balls and goes best with any roti/chapatti/ naan or rice. While this dish is not widely available anymore, some smaller eateries that specialise in ...
The whole process was a bit time consuming and involved many trials and errors but the results were absolutely delicious and gluten-free!
Much like jalebis, paneer jalebis are made in similar coiled shapes, but with fresh curd cheese.