October 25, 2013
 Posted by Sowmya

Palak Paneer – Cottage cheese with spinach

Today I am so happy to introduce you all about here “Shruti”,  the author of “Part time chef“. She’s one of my dear friends in the blogosphere. She has a beautiful blog full of amazing recipes for all seasons. I love her photography, its so colorful and stylish. She just returned from her long vacation from india. While she rests, I am sharing a simple palak paneer recipe on her blog. Thank you Shruti for introducing me to your loyal readers.

Palak paneer was one of my favorite recipes from my childhood. It might sound weird but even when I was a child,  I loved greens. Originally Palak paneer is so creamy and cooked with tomatoes and onion. I personally don’t like the addition of tomatoes in palak paneer. Instead of cream, I added yogurt to make it more healthy .

Head over here for the Recipe.

Palak Paneer goes extremely well with hot and steamy Naans, fresh off the stove, with a sprinkle of grated garlic or onion seeds(kalonji).

24 comments on “Palak Paneer – Cottage cheese with spinach”

  1. Lillian @ Sugar and Cinnamon Reply

    This looks delicious! Palak Paneer is absolutely my favourite Indian dish so I’m definitely going to have to make this :)

    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks lillian :) Let me know how it turned out for you

    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks a lot angie !!

    • Sowmya Reply

      Yea me too. Thanks for checking out !!

    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks john !!

    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks daniela.. You can get them at indian stores !!

  2. Natasha Reply

    Hi Sowmya, thanks for stopping by my blog earlier! I’ve always loved greens too, and I like that you used yogurt instead of cream. I will check out the recipe!
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    • Sowmya Reply

      Thankyou :)

    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks a lot manju !!

  3. Nami | Just One Cookbook Reply

    I really enjoy your photography work and wish that I can learn your food styling even a little bit. I always feel like my set ups very “fake” but yours are so natural and elegant. I love it! Your palak paneer looks very delicious, and what a gorgeous color!
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  4. Rosa Reply

    That looks mighty scrumptious! An awesome combo.



  5. Simi Reply

    This is on my want list! love it! your styling is awesome
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    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks simi !!

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    • Sowmya Reply

      Thanks priya. I love palak paneer too.
      Am glad u liked my post :)

  7. Cara Reply

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will
    be waiting for your further write ups thank you once again.
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