Palak paneer

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Palak paneer
Palak Paneer (Cottage cheese in spinach gravy).jpg
Palak paneer, Indian cheese in a pureed spinach sauce
CourseMain
Place of originIndian Subcontinent
Region or stateNorth India
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsSpinach, paneer, onions chopped

Palak paneer (pronounced [paːlək pəniːɾ]) is a vegetarian dish originating from the Indian subcontinent,[1] consisting of paneer (Indian cheese) in a thick paste made from puréed spinach and seasoned with ginger, garlic, garam masala, and other spices.[2]

Palak paneer may be called green paneer in some restaurants in the United States and Canada. That dish may contain mustard greens or other green leafy vegetables or green vegetables[3]. Dhaba restaurants often specialize in palak paneer, it can also be found as a canned food as well in many large stores such as Walmart.

It can be served as soup as well and is popular during winter.[citation needed]

Serving[edit]

Palak paneer is served hot with a side such as roti, naan, paranthas, makki di roti, or boiled rice, it can also be served with onions on the side for a more traditional approach.

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pastime, Palatable. "PALAK PANEER (INDIAN FRESH SPINACH WITH PANEER CHEESE)".
  2. ^ Craft, Diyartn (26 February 2018). "Palak Paneer Recipe How to make Palak Paneer".
  3. ^ amit, dassana (22 May 2013). "palak paneer recipe, how to make palak paneer | best palak paneer recipe". Veg Recipes of India. Retrieved 2 November 2018.