Corn with Paneer

Being a mom, I want to feed nutritious food to my child. After doing course of child nutrition I learned, every meal of child is very-very important, and we need to make it nutritious as well as tasty. As far I know my kid, she do not eat the food which she do not like it. 

All my friends and family knows my kid loves Paneer. I always make Paneer with some veggies, like Mutter-Paneer, Paneer- Shimla Mirch, Aloo Mutter Paneer and Palak Paneer. This time I wanted to try something new. And I came out with this recipe. Simple and Quick yet nutritious recipe.

We all like to eat good food, but we do not even give a thought about its nutrition. So, I would like you guys to know the nutrition points of this curry. After reading this facts, I am sure you will definitely want to give it a try. Enjoy....
  1. Corn is nutritious, providing fiber, which aids in digestion, plus folate, thiamin, phosphorus, vitamin C, and magnesium (about 10% of the daily value for each). The folic acid in corn is now known to be an important factor in preventing neural-tube birth defects. It's just as important in preventing heart disease, according to studies that show folic acid can prevent a buildup of homocysteine, an amino acid, in the body.

  1. Paneer is very light, easy to digest, and absolutely loved by kids. Its high on calcium, and thus
    helps in building strong teeth and bones. Paneer also has a health benefit of reducing the development of insulin resistance syndrome. This syndrome is associated with obesity,
    hypertension, glucose intolerance and Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Ingredients for 4 people- 
Preparation Time - 10 minutes
Cooking time - 15 minutes
  1. Paneer - 1/2 block (200 gms)
  2. Corn - 1 cup ( frozen or fresh)
  3. Salt to taste
  4. Turmeric Powder - 1/2tsp
  5. Coriander Powder - 1/2 tsp
  6. Red Chilli Powder - 1/4 tsp or according to taste
  7. Cilantro Powder - 1 tsp
  8. Onion - 1/2 (big slices)
  9. Garlic - 4-5 pods
  10. Ginger - 1/2 inch
  11. Yogurt/Dahi - 1 bowl
  12. Heavy Cream - 1 tbsp
  13. Ghee/Oil - 1tbsp
  14. Cardamom - 2
  15. Cumin seeds- 1tsp
  16. Black Pepper-  4-5
  17. Cloves (laung) - 2-3
Directions - 
  • Blend Onion, garlic, ginger, cumin seeds, cloves, cardamom and black pepper together.
  • On the other side, heat a pan, add ghee/oil 1tbsp.
  • Add the blended mix in the oil, and stir on medium flame for 5 minutes.
  • Add all the spices except yogurt, heavy cream, paneer and corn.
  • Stir it, till all the spices are mixed properly.
  • After few minutes, this mixture will start leaving oil.
  • At this point, add yogurt, mix and then add 1 bowl of water.
  • And let it come to a boiling point.
  • Add paneer and corn, stir slowly, so that you do not break the paneers. 
  • Reduce the flame, cover and cook it for 5 more minutes.
  • Add cream, stir.
  • Your curry is ready to serve.
NOTE -  I keep the consistency of the curry completely depends on your liking. I prefer gravy little liquid. 


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