Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander Sauce


Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander Sauce

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The all-time favourite combination of Broccoli and Paneer comes together in a totally different format here, in a base of Chinese White Sauce, perked up with coriander and lemon rind.


Chinese White Sauce, unlike the continental version, is not bland but super-flavourful. It is made of vegetable stock, flavoured with onion, garlic and ginger.


When this is further enhanced with peppy coriander and tangy lemon rind, you just cannot imagine the bursts of flavour that you are in for.


When making the Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander Sauce, make sure you add the lemon rind after switching off the flame, to avoid it turning sour.


Serve along with with Chinese Noodles and Rice Dishes .

Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander Sauce recipe - How to make Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander Sauce

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 4 servings
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Ingredients
Method
    Method
  1. Heat the oil in a broad non-stick pan, add the kashmiri red chillies and broccoli and sauté on a high flame for a few seconds.
  2. Add the chinese white sauce, paneer, coriander and salt, mix gently and cook on a medium flame for 2 to 3 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
  3. Remove from the flame, add the lemon rind and mix gently.
  4. Serve immediately.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
Energy153 cal
Protein6 g
Carbohydrates8 g
Fiber1.1 g
Fat11 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium6.7 mg

Reviews

Broccoli and Paneer In Lemon Coriander
 on 28 Apr 12 02:17 PM
5

Broccoli and paneer cooked in Chinese white sauce make a nice healthy vegetable. There is a fair amount of gravy and i would tend to make it a bit more spicier.
Broccoli and Paneer in Lemon Coriander
 on 03 Oct 11 07:35 PM
5

A really authentic recipe and pretty easy to make. The flavours are subtle and adding the zest gave a great aroma as well as flavour. I have also made this using cauliflower and tofu and it turned out great as well. Its important to use chopped garlic instead of readymade garlic paste and using kaffir lime (patali nimbu) gives even better flavour.