Cottage cheese (Paneer )with peas Basmati rice and Okra ( lady fingers)

Ingridients:

For 2  persons 

1 packet of Bio  cottage cheese (Paneer)

Ghee butter or karned butter

2 piece of garlic

1 piece of garlic or (Asafoutida replacement for garlic)

 Indian massala mix from Natural temptation(Holland&Barrett)

A handfull of Peas

2 small  onions

1 piece of Ginger 5 cm

1 fresh tomato

Black pepper ,curcuma,seasalt 

A bit veggy boullion

Fresh Koriander cut

2 spoon of Coconut pouder

For decoration Some Eastindian Cherry leaves and flowers

Preparation: 

Take a pan and put your butter inside with the fresh garlic

cut the paneer in small pieces and bake it with a little crust and put some salt and black pepper on it

Take a pot and put some veggy boullion in it and your garlic and ginger and the peas and cut

the fresh tomato in small pieces and put your Indian massala mix in it.

Put it on a small fire for a while put a little tomato passata in too and your 2 spoon of Coconut powder.

And put your baked paneer inside

 

And finish with fresh Koriander leave  gives an extra taste on it!

Make the Ladyfingers cut them in to  thick slizes

Fry the onion with a little garlic and put the lady f inside

Put on a small fire dont stuer to much to damage the vegetable it is quickly ready

Boil 1 full cup of Basmati rice not to soft so it dont stick

Take a form put the rise inside it looks more decorative

As decoration use  EastIndian cherry leaves and flowers to have a spicy tuch and a nice cold salad.

Enjoy !!

Extra information:

How healthy is Paneer

Cottage cheese also known as paneer is loaded with the goodness of healthy fats and milk proteins, which makes paneer a great source of nutrition for healthy bones, teeth and skin.

How healthy is Okra

Okra is a nutritious food with many health benefits. It's rich in magnesium, folate, fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, K1, and A. Okra may benefit pregnant women, heart health, and blood sugar control. It may even have anticancer properties.

How healthy are Peas

Peas are a good source of thiamin and niacin. These B vitamins help our bodies use the energy from foods and are important for growth, healthy skin, hair, nerves and muscles. Peas provide a fair source of fiber, which keeps our bowels healthy, our blood sugar levels even and helps to prevent diseases such as cancer.

01/08/2021
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