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One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

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15 Min
Easy

Ingredients

4 Portions

This dish has been optimized for 4 servings. Quantity and times may need to be varied. Here you can find more information about adjusted portion sizes:

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recipe ingredient
4  Leafs
Pandan Leaves
5  oz
Cardamom
2  tbsp
Butter
500  g
Basmati rice
5  oz
cloves
2  Sticks
Cinnamon
1  tbsp
Cumin powder
1  tbsp
Roasted curry powder
1  tbsp
Turmeric
1  tbsp
Salt
750  mL
Water
250  g
Fried paneer
50  g
Coriander powder
75  g
Tomato paste
100  g
Onion
1  tbsp
Garlic
1  tbsp
Ginger
4  Mediums
Green chilis
2  oz
Lemongrass
50  mL
Ghee oil
10  Leafs
Curry Leaves
1  cube
Maggi vegetable seasoning cube
2  tbsp
Curd

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Nutrition Value

Carbohydrates
101.74 g
Energy
780.52 kcal
Fats
40.43 g
Fiber
26.41 g
Protein
24.58 g
Sodium
181.32 mg
Sugars
3.64 g
Information per serving

Instructions

15 Minutes
  • 1st Step

    1 Min
    Switch on the Rice cooker and add 2 tbsp butter and let it melt.
  • 2nd Step

    2 Min
    Add 1 tbsp cumin seeds, 2 cinnamon sticks, 5 nos cardamom and cloves into the rice cooker.
  • 3rd Step

    1 Min
    Add 1 tbsp of chopped garlic and ginger
  • 4th Step

    1 Min
    Add 100g diced onion along with 4 nos green chili, 10 nos curry leaves and 4 nos pandan leaves.
  • 5th Step

    1 Min
    Add 75g diced tomato to the rice cooker
  • 6th Step

    1 Min
    Add 1 tbsp curry powder, 1 tbsp turmeric and 1 tbsp of salt
  • 7th Step

    2 Min
    Add 500g of uncooked basmati rice to the rice cooker and stir well.
  • 8th Step

    1 Min
    Pour 750ml of water and add 1 Maggi Vegetable Seasoning cube to the rice cooker.
  • 9th Step

    3 Min
    Stir well and close the lid of the rice cooker and keep for a while until the rice cooks. After a while, open the rice cooker and mix the rice well.
  • 10th Step

    1 Min
    Then mix in 250g of fried paneer, 2 tbsp curd and 50g of chopped coriander leaves
  • 11th Step

    1 Min
    Close the lid of the rice cooker and keep for a while before serving.
One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

1st Step of 11

: Butter

Switch on the Rice cooker and add 2 tbsp butter and let it melt.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

2nd Step of 11

: Cinnamon, Cardamom, Cumin powder, cloves

Add 1 tbsp cumin seeds, 2 cinnamon sticks, 5 nos cardamom and cloves into the rice cooker.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

3rd Step of 11

: Ginger, Garlic

Add 1 tbsp of chopped garlic and ginger

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

4th Step of 11

: Onion, Green chilis, Curry Leaves, Pandan Leaves

Add 100g diced onion along with 4 nos green chili, 10 nos curry leaves and 4 nos pandan leaves.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

5th Step of 11

: Tomato paste

Add 75g diced tomato to the rice cooker

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

6th Step of 11

: Roasted curry powder, Turmeric, Salt

Add 1 tbsp curry powder, 1 tbsp turmeric and 1 tbsp of salt

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

7th Step of 11

: Basmati rice

Add 500g of uncooked basmati rice to the rice cooker and stir well.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

8th Step of 11

: Water, Maggi vegetable seasoning cube

Pour 750ml of water and add 1 Maggi Vegetable Seasoning cube to the rice cooker.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

9th Step of 11

Stir well and close the lid of the rice cooker and keep for a while until the rice cooks. After a while, open the rice cooker and mix the rice well.

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

10th Step of 11

: Fried paneer, Curd, Coriander powder

Then mix in 250g of fried paneer, 2 tbsp curd and 50g of chopped coriander leaves

One Pot Paneer Masala Rice

11th Step of 11

Close the lid of the rice cooker and keep for a while before serving.

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