Mattar Paneer with Cumin Rice

37 Responses

  1. looks so nice.. i must try this..

  2. I love this simple matar paneer dish. Though I do not add milk or cream in this dish. With jeera rice this surely is a great combo meal

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  3. both rice and curry looks grt !

  4. Priya says:

    Just drooling over that platter, eventhough its only 9.15am for me, wonderful rice with my fav mattar paneer..yumm!

  5. Wow what a yummy n flavourful combination that I feel hungry now..Looks very tempting

  6. Kurinji says:

    Yummy and mouthwatering recipes. N
    ice presentation..
    Kurinjikathambam

  7. Prathima Rao says:

    This perfectly cooked aromatic rice with my fav matar paneer makes a wonderful meal…!!! Looks inviting!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  8. Sayantani says:

    love love love this. looks divine,

  9. Plateful says:

    I can devour that plateful in one go and come back for seconds…! Looks too good and makes me too hungry 🙂

  10. Prathibha says:

    Love the combo..love 2 eat those big chunks of paneeer..

  11. Nitha says:

    Thats a lovely combo…

  12. divya says:

    Looks mouthwatering and tempting dish…

  13. Rusheeda says:

    Will try for sure…

  14. Suja says:

    Love the combo,flavorful and delicious..tempting dish dear.

  15. Mugdha says:

    Looks sooo lovely and tempting..:)

  16. aipi says:

    My ultimate fav combo ~ loved the platter!
    US Masala

  17. Asha says:

    Hai… you got a fabulous space… Great pics n great recipes.. Following you…

  18. This is one perfect combo that never fails 🙂

  19. Delicious combo….matar paneer look great

  20. Vidhya says:

    Delicious combo and great pictures.

  21. Jennifurla says:

    How delish, love this nice plate of food

  22. Satrupa says:

    Love the combo …. this dish can never get old. Lovely presentation too ……

  23. Muttar Paneer looks divine! FYI, I had cumin rice with a different curry too. Pass me the plate please!

  24. Gulmohar says:

    Awesome combo..Jeera rice is a comfort food for me..only I wish my hubby liked it as much as I do 😉

  25. A very delicious combo…The pictures are simply awesome maya

  26. Jay says:

    I hope I m invited…irresistable n delicious..:P

    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

  27. Panchpakwan says:

    Lovely combo..simply delicious.

  28. Justbeanme says:

    I love the way cupped in the coriander!Pictures already speak for u dear
    🙂

  29. Now Serving says:

    can I have two orders of that for me please 🙂 What a yummy platter! Super pics

  30. Sarah Naveen says:

    simply delicious!!! a perfect meal!

  31. Rusheeda says:

    Tried it out as promised. Turned out great!

  32. Julie says:

    I tried this Maya, and it turned out really great !! Steps were very easy and direct to follow !! Keep them coming !:-)

  33. Yummy Team says:

    Thank You All 🙂

    @ Rusheeda and Julie,

    Thanks a lot for trying out this recipe. Am really happy that it came out good :). Please keep visiting..

  34. Anonymous says:

    Hi Yummy Team,

    You know my father -in-law normally never likes my food preparations..:)
    But today,for the first time he said its awesome…and you guys suddenly became the best cooks in the world for me..
    This blog means a lot to me…Keep writing.

    Thanks,

  35. Roshni says:

    Hi Maya, thanks for sharing mattar paneer recipe. Tried it and turned out really well.

  1. June 29, 2017

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