Apr 28, 2011

Butter Paneer Masala

This is a simple version of making this exclusive dish...The real taste for this dish comes from the cream that we use,if you don’t want to use cream you could always use milk,But nothing compared to the cream,so please try to use that and also you can skip the oil but never skip the butter(of course this is butter paneer,how can we skip butter)..I served this dish with some wheat naan(will post recipe soon)..So hope you will give this a try and let me know what you think...


Paneer-1 packet
Tomato-4 pureed
Onion-1 sliced
Ginger Garlic paste-1 tblspn
Red chilli powder-1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder-1 tsp
Butter-3 tblspn
Oil-1 tblspn
Cream-3 tblspn
Kasurimethi leaves-1 tblspn
Coriander leaves for Garnishing
Sugar-1 tblspn
Salt to taste


In a sauce pan add water and boil it.Put the paneer cubes and cover till ready to use.

In a kadai add oil and butter and heat it up.Add in the sliced onion,salt and sugar.Fry till golden brown.

Now add ginger garlic paste and mix well.Pour in the tomato puree,red chilli powder and garam masala powder and give a stir.Cook till oil separates from it.

Add in the paneer cubes and mix well.Pour in water and boil for 4 min.drizzle some cream and mix.Throw in kasurimethi leaves and Garnish with coriander leaves and mix well.

Serve hot by adding a blob of butter and some fresh cream on top.

Ur ingredients

Saute onions with ginger garlic paste

add tomato puree and spice powders..Cook till oil separates

add in fried paneer pieces and mix well..Add fresh cream and chopped coriander leaves



  1. Is the cream used sour cream..can you name exactly the cream..

  2. No dear that is not sour cream,it is fresh cream or also known as whipping cream...You could also use full fat milk in this...

  3. Aarthi, thanks for dropping by...and for the lovely thought..what a wonderful space u have dear...and this tempting one is bookmarked!! happy to follow u dear.

  4. Is it necessary to add Cream?Without cream will it be tasty?

  5. @Anonymouscream makes it more rich, you can add milk mixed with some cornflour instead of cream

  6. Hai arthi sister,
    I'm very interest to cooking new receipes.this website very useful for me.

  7. Coconut milk can be used instead of cream????

  8. @UnknownCoconut milk will totally change the taste completely

  9. Hiii Aarthi... Thanks for ur recipes..☺ U r doing a gr8 job.. Could u pls tell d exact quantity of paneer u had added. I hv a pckt of 400g with me. Pls tell how much should I take for d abv recipe...

  10. Thanks a lot for ur detailed recipes with pictures Aarthi...
    Is kasurimethi leaves a must for d recipe. Can I add basil leaves, curry leaves or bay leaves instead of it.

  11. @AnonymousNo kasuri methi is must. It gives the unique flavour

  12. Hii Aarthi.. Thanks for your recipes.. Pls mention the exact quantity of paneer (number of cubes) used in the recipe..

  13. hi can you please tell me how to make cream with milk and cornflour with exact quantity.please

  14. @AnonymousTake 1/2 cup of milk and add 1 tsp of corn flour in it.

  15. @Aarthi

    "add in fried paneer pieces and mix well..Ass fresh cream and chopped coriander leaves
    @aarthi, there was a typo in the above description. "Add"

  16. Is it fried or boiled paneer

  17. One more doubt can v make any substitute for paneer

  18. Hi, I really like your site. seeing pictures and cooking is easy. Keep it up.

    I made the butter paneer. I used the puree instead of making it from the tomato, so it became tangy. how to remove the tanginess? Also I added milk instead of cream as I didn't have cream. Its a bit sweet. So don't want to add sugar more.


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