Delicious Indian Cuisine, Paneer Curries that you can cook during Quarantine!

With countries going under lockdown because of the novel coronavirus and with work-from-home policies in place, and schools and universities shut, isolation and loneliness are of utmost concern. For many people, cooking can be like therapy that soothe jangled nerves, heal broken hearts and cure boredom, insomnia, and anxiety. Cooking is a great destresser because it serves as a creative outlet. Cooking can be considered as a sensory experience with aroma, taste, touch, visual delight and even sizzling sound coming into play (got your back!)

What Tasty Food (WTF), the best Indian restaurant that serves mouth-watering vegetarian Indian cuisine in Kuala Lumpur brings you some of the famous lip-smacking Panner or which is more commonly known as the cottage cheese dishes that you can cook at your free time. These Indian curry dishes will take you back to the streets of India. It is the perfect cure for your boredom during the quarantine days (You can thank us later!) Just consider how much healthier it is than eating oily and fried foods from an unknow unhygienic place every day. Health is wealth, people!So read on-

Utterly Butterly Delicious Paneer Butter Masala

The creamy restaurant style Paneer Butter Masala is the easiest Paneer dish that you can cook at home

Because Paneer Butter Masala is so common in India (you literally get Paneer Butter Masala at every other Indian Restaurant, family gatherings or parties) Paneer Butter Masala can be considered it to be a quintessential Indian delicacy.

The drool-worthy creamy curry is made with onion, tomatoes, cashews, cream, and has lots of butter (of course!).

It has a mild sweet taste that pairs beautifully with garlic naan or jeera rice.

Palak Paneer

If you are fond of the traditional North Indian Cuisine, then palak paneer is a must-try. The easy to cook delicacy from North India has a flavorsome lip-smacking blend of spinach and paneer. Filled with the goodness of spinach and cottage cheese, this recipe is perfect for any main course meal.

In order to prepare this healthy traditional healthy recipe which is full of nutrient, you only need some spinach, green chilies, chopped garlic, butter, and cottage cheese which is also known as paneer. Palak paneer is also considered as one of those traditional recipes which are perfect for special occasions, festivals, parties, and get-togethers. Palak paneer tastes the best when served with Naan, Jeera Rice, Missi Roti or even Chapatis. (It’s a win-win situation for all) One can increase the taste of the lip-smacking Indian delicacy by adding various spices according to their palate preference. If you are someone who loves spices, then you can fry the onions, green chilies and garlic along with the spices and add it to the gravy. One can elevate this simple recipe in the restaurant-style at the comfort of your home by adding some chopped garlic in a puree or add a dollop of butter and hence giving it a piquant aroma to this paneer recipe as stated by What Tasty Food (WTF), the best Indian restaurant that serves mouth-watering vegetarian Indian cuisine in Kuala Lumpur.

Kadai Paneer

One of the most famous and well-known vegetarian Indian Cruisine, Kadai Paneer is loved by all. Cottage cheese (Paneer) cooked in a thick spicy tomato pureed paste and seasoned with garlic, ginger, garam masala in addition to other spices is a treat to all the taste buds.

It has a typical spicy and tangy taste that pairs beautifully with garlic naan or jeera rice (you can thank us later!)

Paneer Tufani

If you are a spicy food lover, then Paneer Tufani is the perfect dish for you! This delicious and rich North Indian curry is made with Paneer (cottage cheese) and tomato-based spicy gravy with Indian curry spices. It rich creamy smooth and delicious that will satisfy your cravings for good food!

In order to enjoy the authentic Indian delicacies, one should call What Tasty Food (WTF), the best Indian restaurant that serves fresh mouth-watering home-cooked vegetarian Indian cuisine in Kuala Lumpur. In WTF, dishes made with fresh produce, no MSG, no added preservatives in a clean hygienic environment keeping in mind the health of all its customers. Because of the lockdown, WTF is now delivering fresh home-cooked food at your doorstep at a discounted price. Check their official website for more details.