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Fast Food Paneer Curry » The Tart Tart

9 Responses

  1. jaime @ sweet road December 6, 2012 at 11:13 am · Reply

    Yum! I’ve never made paneer curry before but it looks delicious, and anything quick and fresh like this is sure to make it on my list!

  2. Eileen December 6, 2012 at 6:18 pm · Reply

    You dress up curry just how you actually did it–with lots of cilantro everywhere. :) But really, isn’t the messiest, brownest, most unappealing-looking food always the best? This sound great–I love paneer & am excited to find a new way to cook it!

  3. Hungry Huy December 7, 2012 at 3:24 am · Reply

    The Louis CK’s of the world are the ones worth shouting about. To be honest I haven’t had paneer outside of restaurant-made palak paneer (and it’s super delicious). May I know what kind or brand of curry powder you used?

    Your photographs in this and previous posts are simply beautiful. You create certain moods with styles I’m trying to better understand to be able to use in my own toolbox. I’ll be following along!

  4. Beverly December 7, 2012 at 5:30 pm · Reply

    I love this recipe. I’m all for the elaborate recipes, but sometimes you just want tasty, and tasty doesn’t have to be elaborate. I’ll be using this soon! Thanks!

  5. carey December 10, 2012 at 8:00 am · Reply

    I just realized I never commented on this! First, I LOVE that you compared curries to Louis CK. That’s perfect.

    I too am a fan of thicker, heartier curries. I don’t add much rice to them if I get them from restaurants, so they’re usually just a big mess. And much better the next day as leftovers, after they’ve had the chance to sit in the fridge overnight. Oh cheap Indian food, I miss you! I guess I’ll have to start making my own. (:

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