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Palak Paneer Recipe

Updated on April 23, 2013

Best Palak Paneer Recipes, Videos and more!

Palak Paneer is a traditional North Indian delicacy and is an integral part of the Punjabi cuisine. It is also one of my favourite dishes. Not just because I love both palak and paneer but also because it always transports me back to my younger days and images of Popeye the Sailor gulping down cans of Spinach(Palak) come screaming back to my memory.

This lens has my favourite Palak Paneer Recipe, videos and much more

Palak Paneer....what's that?

Palak = Spinach

Paneer = Indian Cheese


250 grams paneer

2 bunches of palak

3 medium sized onions (finely chopped)

2 medium size tomatoes (finely chopped) OR tomato puree as per convenience

2 green chillies (slit into half)

½ tsp turmeric powder

1 tsp red chilli powder

½ ginger paste

½ garlic paste

1 tsp cumin seeds

1 tsp garam masala

½ tsp chana masala

1 tsp sugar

3 tbsp oil

Salt to taste

Cream for garnish


1. Cook the palak (spinach) for about 5 minutes in boiling water and grind it to fine paste after it is cold.

2. Cut the paneer into small cubes and deep fry in oil till light golden brown

3. Heat the oil in a Kadhai/non-stick pan and add the cumin seeds. Wait till it crackles and ensure that it does not burn. Add the chopped onions and green chillies and sauté till the onions are golden brown. Add the ginger garlic paste and sauté for another minute. Add the turmeric powder, chilli powder and the chana masala powder and sauté for another 1-2 minutes. Then add the tomatoes/tomato puree and stir till the oil separates.

4. Add the palak paste to this mixture along with 1 cup water.(Tip: You can use the water used for cooking the spinach)

5. Add the paneer, garam masala, sugar and salt and cook till you start to see the gravy bubbling. If the gravy seems a bit dry, you can add some more water.

4. Garnish with some cream in the end

Please tell me how you liked this Palak Paneer recipe!

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      phoenix1491 4 years ago

      Purple Star! Chha gaye guru! Great lens :)

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      RetireAt57 4 years ago

      I did not know the name, but I love this dish. Thanks for the recipe!

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      eightieschild 4 years ago

      I've always known it as sag paneer, and often order it if I go out for a curry. Not many people I know here in the UK seem to like that much, but I think it's delicious! :)

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      Pat Goltz 4 years ago

      I hadn't heard of adding chana masala to palak paneer. Palak paneer is one of my favorite Indian foods. I make a quick palak paneer that tastes very close to what they serve at the Indian restaurant. I get a can of spinach from the grocery store, mix in some regular cottage cheese, and a dollop of garam masala. I can't have onions, even though in Indian food they rarely bother me because they've been cooked so much.

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      JospehLau 4 years ago

      Man oh man does that look good.

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      hntrssthmpsn 5 years ago

      I love palak paneer, but have never tried to make it at home! The only good Indian restaurant in town is also a little on the pricey side. I'll have to give this a whirl, as I'd certainly save some dough making my palak paneer at home!

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      Satdin 5 years ago

      Nice recipe! Will make it today.

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      microfarmproject 5 years ago

      Looks great!

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      nolinel lm 5 years ago

      This makes me hungry.... and missing India...

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      beardedbrian lm 5 years ago

      Looks great thanks.

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      smartyAcc 5 years ago

      wow... I love palak paneer, it's good

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      smartyAcc 5 years ago

      wow... I love palak paneer, it's good

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      LouisaDembul 5 years ago

      I like Palak Paneer, and this recipe looks easy to follow!

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      javr 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      It looks really good!

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      nigel7725 5 years ago

      Never heard of the Palak Paneer Recipe before, so thanks for sharing.

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      Anderotin 5 years ago

      Recipes are really interesting.

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      Nancy Carol Brown Hardin 5 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

      Wow! This recipe sounds delicious. With our supermarkets including more ethnic foods each week, the ingredients that make it particularly Indian shouldn't be hard to find. Thanks for sharing a fine recipe.

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      GadgetKnowHow 5 years ago

      I love this stuff, always wanted to learn to make it, thank you.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. Us young new squids are growing and can use such dishes :)

      One yummy thumbs up for for this fantastic lens.

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      HuntAndFishGuides 5 years ago

      Number 7 on your list of Palak Paneer Recipes is surprisingly good! I'd say a little under-rated. :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I'd try this.

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      food monkey 5 years ago

      nice lens!

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      benelly 5 years ago

      Good idea for a lens!

      I like it.

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      diyav22 5 years ago

      amazing lens...good job

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      SAPearl 5 years ago

      This looks amazing, and am determined to make this soon! Thanks.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thank you, I love Palak Paneer and am going to try this recipe!

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      Maria-Zuzeena 5 years ago

      Thanks for the recipee, I can't wait to try it!

      Could you post a recipee on vindi?? and bengan? ... and karella!

      I lived in India 4 years and I love their food! Punjabi style, of course =)

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      Domique21 5 years ago

      Palak Paneer. This was one of the things my friend kept talking about. I am going to cook something for her.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I want to try this! Love Spinach and what Indian food I've had. Saving this recipe. Thank you for the Lens!

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      jc91583 5 years ago

      This is an introduction for me. I am very curious now. Thanks for the great lens.

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      sallypmoore 6 years ago

      I've tried a few recipes and none have worked very well. I'm going to try this for sure.

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      mench686 6 years ago

      Not really familiar with this food but it looks healthy for the body.

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      MissBuffySpears 6 years ago

      I first heard of and tried Palak Paneer through Amy's Foods. It was really good! Thanks for showing me how to make it! I learned a lot about it too :)

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      TheFoodDigest 6 years ago

      I've never tried this before but it sounds good so I may have to try it.

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      vkumar05 6 years ago

      Palak Paneer is a favourite. Recipe sounds great.

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      manchester lm 6 years ago

      Wow!! This looks incredible... and pretty healthy too.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      U have to try this, I love Indian food!

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      orange3 lm 6 years ago

      mmmm! this is a must try recipe! thank you

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      Kathryn Grace 6 years ago from San Francisco

      I haven't tried it yet, but I love spinach and Indian food, so must learn more about it and give it a go very soon. Just reading your list of recipe lenses made me want to jump up and check my pantry for ingredients. Good luck with the Squidu voting. You have my vote.

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      gypsyman27 lm 6 years ago

      This is a good and nutritious recipe. Popeye indeed! I will store this away among the recipes I have collected from others over the years. See you around the galaxy...

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      sushilkin lm 6 years ago

      Thanks for sharing nice stuff on squidoo!!

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      clouda9 lm 6 years ago

      Incredible recipe find! Spinach and cheese, together with all those lovely spices...num num! My [Recipes] Angel Blessing today is SWAH and featured on

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      NiedersJobs 6 years ago

      I always love trying to cook new foods. This is a recipe I will be trying in the very near future

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      cheesebaskets 6 years ago

      yeah. great lens. so easy to follow this recipe.

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      lilyofthevalley1 6 years ago

      I love, love, love Palak Paneer. I can't wait to try out this recipe!!

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      Angela_Rosas 6 years ago

      Haven't tried it yet. Near future experiment though

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      Philippians468 6 years ago

      sounds delicious! cheers

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      blujeanmomma 6 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      I had never heard of this recipe before but now that I have I can't wait to try it. Although I am unfamiliar with a few of the spices the recipe sounds yummy

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      newyinsur 6 years ago

      i never know this dish..

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      jlshernandez 6 years ago

      I had this before and it was delicious. Thanks for sharing this lens.

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      Chazz 6 years ago from New York

      Love it! But then I've never tried an Indian dish I did not like. :-)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I like palak paneer very much.It is tasty,bright colored and healthy.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Never thought would see my favourite palak-panner on Squidoo. Thanks.

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      manujadon007 6 years ago

      Simple and Delicious! Appreciate it !

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      Ilona E 6 years ago from Ohio

      I love Indian food, but am not very familiar with how to cook it ( only a basic curry dish so far). This sounds fabulous to me :)

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      TasiL 6 years ago

      Have lots of Indian neighbors. When they cook, their food smells so good. Love the lens.

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      Ben Reed 6 years ago

      This looks wonderful. Cannot wait to try it.

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      Cheryl Paton 6 years ago from West Virginia

      Thanks for telling that palak means spinach. I often by the frozen version of this in the health food section of our grocery store, and really like it.

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      Tyla MacAllister 6 years ago

      I've enjoyed a version of Palak Paneer at a local Indian restaurant. I never realized it would be so easy to make at home. I'll have to try this recipe.*Blessed by a squidangel*.

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      antoivo lm 6 years ago

      this looks yummy love the lens my friend well done

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      glenanail 6 years ago

      My girlfriend will try it tomorrow. I love Indian food, I hope I find all the ingredients.

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      glenanail 6 years ago

      My girlfriend will try it tomorrow. I love Indian food, I hope I find all the ingredients.

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      pyngthyngs 6 years ago

      I love Palak Paneer with some nice warm Naan bread. Thanks for this recipe.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love Paneer! Normally I have it with the tomato sauce version, but this spinach one looks intriguing!

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      maxnic11 6 years ago

      indian food is my favourite!

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      WorldVisionary 6 years ago

      This is one of my favorite dishes. Yum!

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      Obscure_Treasures 6 years ago

      I think I am slowly but steadily getting into Indian food:) This is a mouthwatering dish...thanks for the lens.

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      brittyJK 6 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      jolielaide75 6 years ago

      I love Palak Paneer, but we make it with tofu since we're vegan. This is a good recipe and I will have to give it a try!

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      sukkran trichy 6 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      It is my fav item. thanks for the recipe

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Your lenses make me so hungry! Thank you.

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      Mary Norton 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      We always order this when we go to an Indian restaurant. I have two in my street here. We're lucky.

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      Mary Norton 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      We always order this when we go to an Indian restaurant. I have two in my street here. We're lucky.

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      spritequeen lm 6 years ago

      I LOVE IT!! Thanks for the great recipe!

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      redflea13 lm 6 years ago

      I'm sure it tastes better than it looks. I like spinach but have always thought it looks gross.

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      RebeccaE 6 years ago

      this is a great lens, I have friends who have made it, but I haven't but I think with this lens I will.

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      ZablonMukuba 6 years ago

      its awesome its what am going to make

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      Thomas F. Wuthrich 6 years ago from Michigan

      I've gotta try this. Do you have lens with a recipe for Garam Masala and Chana Masala? I've got book by Madhur Jaffrey which contains an excellent Garam Masala recipe...which beats any store-bought variety that I've found. I don't usually have the ambition to prepare Indian dishes from scratch...but about once every year or two I make several. But this one sounds fairly I'm looking forward to giving it a try. Thumbs up!

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      Pete D 6 years ago

      Well presented lens. I have to try this recipe!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This is a new style and combination of flavors for me. I can't wait to try it out.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      It is a great delicious recipe that everybody likes.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      world best fruit juice monavie

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      JewelRiver 7 years ago

      I will be making this soon. I love Palak Paneer I will let you know how it turns out!

    What is Paneer

    Learn more of about this delicious indian lacto-vegetarian protein source

    Paneer is the most common South Asian and Persian cheese. It is an unaged, acid-set, non-melting farmer cheese made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice or other food acid. The process is similar to queso blanco, except that paneer does not have salt added. Paneer is very closely linked to the Turkish Beyaz peynir which is also strained and squeezed the same way.

    Most varieties of paneer are simply pressed into a cube and then sliced or chopped, although the Eastern Indian variety (known as sanaa in Assamese chhana in Bengali and chhena in Oriya) is beaten or kneaded like mozzarella, and crumbles more easily than the North Indian variant of paneer. Paneer is one of the few types of cheese indigenous to the Indian subcontinent, and is widely used in Indian cuisine and even some Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cuisine. Unlike most cheeses in the world, the making of paneer does not involve rennet (which may be derived from animal, plant, fungal, and microbial sources) as the coagulation agent. Paneer is completely lacto-vegetarian. Paneer is a source of protein for Hindu vegetarians.

    You can serve paneer chopped into cubes and fried with spinach and many other ingredients such as garlic and onions. This is called Saag Paneer in the languages of the many countries of Asia.

    read the rest of the wikipedia article

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        paynui 4 years ago

        Yours looks delicious. I do not think I have tasted it .

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        about-pomeranian 4 years ago

        Nice recipe. I love palak-paneer with lachchha parantha

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        Gigglesmith 4 years ago

        Yum yum!

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        Ellen Gregory 4 years ago from Connecticut, USA

        This looks great. I love palak paneer.

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        anonymous 4 years ago

        nice lens

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        IssacAlouf 4 years ago

        never heard of this before, but it looks delicious

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        BryantMongan 4 years ago

        Yum Yum... I'll have to try this.

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        biggking lm 5 years ago

        my goodness this looks delicious!

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        Satdin 5 years ago

        Tandoori roti and palak paneer is my favorite dish

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        microfarmproject 5 years ago

        Thanks for posting!

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        jballs6 5 years ago

        great lens spinach paneer is my favorite

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        MelonyVaughan 5 years ago

        Great lens!

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        Laraine Sims 5 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

        I like trying out new recipes. I will definitely try making this! Thank you.

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        dustintrentin 5 years ago

        Great lens, thanks.

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        iPadGeek 5 years ago

        Great lens, Laddoo! Congrats on the awards too :)

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        Titia Geertman 5 years ago from Waterlandkerkje - The Netherlands

        Well at least I like spinach very much and cheese, so I think I will like Palak Paneer too.

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        cleanyoucar 5 years ago

        Am not much of a cook but I love to eat LOL. Indian food is one my favorites.

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        Nancy Carol Brown Hardin 5 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

        Sounds very tasty to me. I like to be adventurous in learning about new flavors, and you've given me a wonderful incentive.

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        Lisa Marie Gabriel 5 years ago from United Kingdom

        I have never made palak paneer, not being much of a spinach fan, but I should try it. I love Indian food and have in fact made my own paneer a couple of times! We were in Leicester yesterday for Diwali and had a delicious thali meal. Always an inspiration to get cooking with the spices (and eat too much) :D

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        Shivani09 LM 5 years ago

        Great lens! I love palak paneer!

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        Lisa Musser 5 years ago from Kansa, USA

        Great recipe for Paneer, I have made this at home following her videos. And I have watched the Vah Chef videos and I love some of the recipes he makes too. Great examples!

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        whiteskyline lm 5 years ago

        I forgot about this. I always get this at Trader Joe's, and never thought about looking for the recipe, thank you for putting this up, and I bookmarked it, for I see you have a few reciped of foods I love.

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        darciefrench lm 5 years ago

        This is a yummy lens :)

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        jc91583 5 years ago

        Thanks again for the great lens.

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        irenemaria 6 years ago from Sweden

        Wonderful lens. Easy to follow and like.

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        Rhonda Albom 6 years ago from New Zealand

        I can't wait to try this! Sounds so yummy.


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        Melissa Banigan 6 years ago

        Looks delicious! Definitely will give it a try.

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        gypsyman27 lm 6 years ago

        I will make this recipe tomorrow, as a side dish for Sunday dinner! Spinach has so many health benefits and is delicious if prepared properly. See you around the galaxy...

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        Everyday-Miracles 6 years ago

        This sounds like it would be interesting! I love spinach!

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        tssfacts 6 years ago

        This does sound very different but nice for a change. It's another Road Trip for the SquidAngels. I stopped by to leave this Memorial Day Weekend blessing from a SquidAngel.

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        UKGhostwriter 6 years ago

        I'm going to try this !! - excellent lens!

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        sluggasteve 6 years ago

        sounds interesting enough to try!

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        colorgem 6 years ago

        This is a yummy dish , goes well with roti and naan , favorites of many people .

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        Angelina 6 years ago from California

        great to finally learn how to make this after years of ordering it :)

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        anonymous 6 years ago

        great recipe

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        Philippians468 6 years ago

        thank you for sharing this yummy lens! cheers

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        anonymous 6 years ago

        Happy April Fools Day! A Special Angel Blessing from this Fool today.

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        Rhonda Albom 6 years ago from New Zealand

        Yummy! I love palak paneer. I never thought about making it myself. Thanks.

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        anonymous 6 years ago

        The recipe is really good. I am also a cook by inclination. Do visit my lenses and give your opinion....:)

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        Pnorway 6 years ago

        Thank you

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        superbob17 lm 6 years ago

        Great lens. I have wondered how to make Paneer.

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        weight-loss-dieting-diets 6 years ago

        Interesting, I need to try :)

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        jojokaya lm 6 years ago

        Look delicious

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        JodiVee 6 years ago

        I've tried this before at an Indian restaurant -- it's really good! When the mood strikes me, I just might make it at home :)


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        anonymous 6 years ago

        new to me!

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        JVandewalker LM 6 years ago

        I have never tried Palak Paneer, but I like spinach dip and Indian food. Seems like a perfect combination to me!

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        jackieb99 6 years ago delicious!

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        WorldVisionary 6 years ago

        It's so good for you - and tastes delicious!

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        Jhangora LM 6 years ago

        I like matar paneer better. Palak Paneer is ok too.

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        eims74 6 years ago

        Love spinach and love paneer - but was always reluctnat to cook it after a trip to India a few years ago - but think i'll give it a try now - and I'll come back and let you know how I get on!

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        Diana Grant 6 years ago from United Kingdom

        This looks lovely - I will keep the recipe for later use, as I have a packet of paneer in my fridge. I've tried muttar paneer (made with paneer and green peas), which I love, but never the spinach one.

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        teamlane 6 years ago

        Very yummy lens Laddoo! Congrat on your recent selection to be a SquidAngel! ~ Colleen :)

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        Jeremy 6 years ago from Tokyo, Japan

        Looks delicious. Kind of tough to get the ingredients (and I'm not much of a cook anyway) so I think I'll try to find this in a restaurant. Know a good place that serves this in Tokyo?

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        Manbikider 6 years ago

        Great Info !!!

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        Cynthia Arre 6 years ago from Quezon City

        I love Indian food but I've never heard of Palak Paneer! Thank you for the introduction. I shall attempt to make this at home.

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        spunkyduckling 6 years ago

        Spinach is a yes and no dish with me. Love it in pizza and as a pelaw. I have to be in the mood to eat it though.

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        The-Java-Gal 6 years ago

        I have eaten packaged Palak Paneer, and enjoyed it, but I bet fresh tastes so much better. I love Indian cuisine, and even more since I discovered all the spices used are actually powerful nutrients for the brain. I will be checking out your other recipes. Great lens.

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        pylemountain1 6 years ago

        Oh, wow! This Palak Paneer looks really good and this lens is making me hungry!

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        triathlontraini1 6 years ago

        I love Indian food, but I don't think I've had Palak Paneer yet. Tasty looking though!

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        Anthony Godinho 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

        Palak Paneer is definitely one of top north Indian dishes and I quite like it. It's been a while since I've had it.

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        one dental 7 years ago

        Yummy! This is my healthy eating lens: [url=]Practical Healthy Eating Tips[/url]

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        medbuoy 7 years ago

        oh wow, these are super cool. great lens!

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        anonymous 7 years ago

        world best fruit juice monavie

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        Lynne Schroeder 7 years ago from Blue Mountains Australia

        I love Palak Paneer. I have lensrolled this to my Asafoetida lens:

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        Nan 7 years ago from London, UK

        Haven't tried palak paneer as I don't like cooked spinach, but I do like muttar paneer.

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        anonymous 7 years ago

        Looks wonderful, I would love to try the recipe for palak paneer.

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        JewelRiver 7 years ago

        First off we have very similar interests Sherlock Holmes and Indian food! I'm giving you 5 stars not only for a great lens but also for having great taste.

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        MartinPrestovic 7 years ago

        If you featured this on your lens then it must be really GOOD! I would love to try it. I have never had a Palak Paneer before. Great lens!

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        KarenTBTEN 7 years ago

        Spinach is a favorite vegetable, and I especially like spicy dishes like spinach paneer.

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        buzz11 7 years ago

        It's one recipe which brings water in my mouth even tough I am not hungry!

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        Urban_Globetrotter 7 years ago

        Hey nice lens, I love Indian food. Lensrolled! Stay in touch.

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        makemoneywithgiftbaskets 7 years ago

        Wow awesome recipe

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        lasertek lm 7 years ago

        Wow! Here's one recipe worth tasting. Hope I could make a Palak Paneer treat as mouthwatering as the pictures on this lens. 5*

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        Addy Bell 7 years ago

        I love palak paneer, and I'd always wondered why the cheese doesn't melt. Now I know!

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        Lynne Schroeder 7 years ago from Blue Mountains Australia

        Your Palak Paneer is a little different to mine but sounds very tasty. I lensrolled it to my Asafoetida lens.

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        KimGiancaterino 7 years ago

        This is my kind of recipe. I love to make creamed spinach, but it gets boring after awhile. I'm featuring your gorgeous lens on my Squid Angel Diary this week.

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        JanieceTobey 8 years ago

        Welcome to the Delicious Vegetarian Recipes Headquarters!

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        alex7 8 years ago

        Nice mouth watering lens.

        I love spinach

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        almawad 8 years ago

        Great - the panir like cheese is also known in Hungary ! I adore Indian cuisine !

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        Treasures By Brenda 8 years ago from Canada

        Welcome to the Culinary Favorites From A to Z group. Don’t forget to come back and add your lens to the link list so that it will appear on the group page!

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        Jimmie Lanley 8 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

        Oh my word! That bright green color is screaming great taste and nutrition!

        Welcome to the Asian Foods group. Your lens is now featured there.

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        Paul 8 years ago from Montreal

        Yum, looks good, I'll take one to go please!

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        Sadheeskumar 8 years ago

        It's really a delicious lens. I think you are Great cook. 5* to you.

        I am expecting more lenses like this from you.

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        Mary Beth Granger 8 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

        I've never had this dish...but you made me want to try it.

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        Jeff Wendland 8 years ago from Kalamazoo, MI

        I love this stuff