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Made paneer pilaf today. It came out yummy !! Than...

2012-09-30T21:51:46.235-05:00

Made paneer pilaf today. It came out yummy !! Thanks or the recipe. Love your blog. Ardent follower now. -S



Hi Nupur this came out perfect. Blogged about it h...

2011-03-08T00:59:22.001-06:00

Hi Nupur
this came out perfect. Blogged about it here
http://veenasvegnation.blogspot.com/search/label/Blogging%20Marathon
please do have a look at it.

Thanks for sharing



hi nupur came across your blog while browsing for ...

2010-05-05T05:03:00.129-05:00

hi nupur
came across your blog while browsing for a panner pulav. my daughter tried it out and the result was excellent. have blogged about it and linked it back to your blog. Thanks for sharing



Jyothsna, so glad it worked well! Thanks for the f...

2008-02-05T18:44:00.000-06:00

Jyothsna, so glad it worked well! Thanks for the feedback :)



Hi Nupur,i tried the paneer pilaf recipe, turned o...

2008-02-05T09:26:00.000-06:00

Hi Nupur,

i tried the paneer pilaf recipe, turned out a favourite instantly :) Thanks for the recipe.



Hey Nupur,Been a regular visitor of this blog but ...

2006-03-02T09:09:00.000-06:00

Hey Nupur,

Been a regular visitor of this blog but have been always lazy to post a comment. I have tried out many recipes from your blog and everything has been good. Tried Paneer pilaf yest and it was just great. Made home made paneer with Indira's recipe and yes final outcome - a good healthy meal :-) Thanks for sharing the recipe.



Happy B'day to One Hot Stove!Nupur,congrats on com...

2006-02-14T23:19:00.000-06:00

Happy B'day to One Hot Stove!

Nupur,congrats on completion of one year.Must be feeling great..:)

I made your Paneer Pilaf over the weekend and we enjoyed it to the hilt.Thanks,Nupur.



This looks great Nupur! a well balanced meal !

2006-02-08T09:17:00.000-06:00

This looks great Nupur! a well balanced meal !



Hi Stephanie, thanks :) and thanks for hosting too...

2006-02-08T07:32:00.000-06:00

Hi Stephanie, thanks :) and thanks for hosting too!!

Ashwini, I have yet not tried ajwain and anardana...guess I should!

Hi Vaishali, yeah, I hope the cooking times are kind of accurate though...we shall see how that works out! Thanks for your tips of using the whey, it is indeed a very nutritious by-product.

Mika, yes, the spices are in equal proportion but if you



Hi Clare, you definitely do not NEED a pressure co...

2006-02-08T07:26:00.000-06:00

Hi Clare, you definitely do not NEED a pressure cooker for this recipe...and you are right, a heavy pot like le creuset would do a great job of cooking this.



Nupur -I love one-pot-meals too. Thanks for the gr...

2006-02-08T06:57:00.000-06:00

Nupur -

I love one-pot-meals too. Thanks for the great tips on getting the taste right, even when in rush!



hi nupur, truly it is the magic touch,..addition o...

2006-02-08T00:33:00.000-06:00

hi nupur, truly it is the magic touch,..addition of the magic masala , which elevates a dish from ordinary to extra ordinary.thoughtful tips like these show the genius of a chef par excellence apart from a mere cook. great going.luv, yoma.



that magic masala....hmmm...sounds interesting :)

2006-02-07T23:58:00.000-06:00

that magic masala....hmmm...sounds interesting :)



This sounds wonderful Nupur! You know, I have yet...

2006-02-07T22:35:00.000-06:00

This sounds wonderful Nupur! You know, I have yet to try paneer. From Indira's post, it sounds as though it must be similar to ricotta, but maybe a little firmer?



I love paneer and your rice sounds amazing. Thanks...

2006-02-07T17:37:00.000-06:00

I love paneer and your rice sounds amazing. Thanks for sharing the magic masala. Are the spices in equal quantities? Do you use it in the pilaf as a garnish?



Just checked Indira's post on paneer. I would lik...

2006-02-07T11:49:00.000-06:00

Just checked Indira's post on paneer. I would like to make a small suggestion. (Making it here coz I think fellow bloggers will check that post after going through your recipe.)
Instead of discarding the whey, it is a better idea to catch it in a vessel and use it for cooking. It is very nutritious and versatile. It can be used in place of water 1. to knead doughs
2. for making dals,



Hi Nupur,I can see that you have promptly added co...

2006-02-07T11:34:00.000-06:00

Hi Nupur,
I can see that you have promptly added cooking times to your recipe post after a suggestion from a fellow blogger. Well done. You are thoroughly involved in your blog, aren't you?
As for the pilaf, I am surely gonna try it. I am totally into one-pot-meals at the moment and your recipe comes my way at the rightest of times:) Thanks.



Nupur this looks very appetizing. I like using kas...

2006-02-07T10:55:00.000-06:00

Nupur this looks very appetizing. I like using kasoori methi too. There are some spices which just symbolise the North - kasoori methi, ajwain, anaardana etc.



Mmmm...paneer. I'm such a sucker for cheese!And a...

2006-02-07T09:48:00.000-06:00

Mmmm...paneer. I'm such a sucker for cheese!

And a very happy first birthday to One Hot Stove from the Happy Sorceress!!!



What a wonderful looking pilaf.Ilove i love pilafs...

2006-02-07T08:15:00.000-06:00

What a wonderful looking pilaf.
Ilove i love pilafs and paneer!

I find when making them, if I do it is my le creuset they cook alot better than a normal pot, as I don't have a pressure cooker yet... still too scared. What do you think?