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  1. Alanna
    January 25, 2013

    This looks absolutely amazing! I’m trying to learn to cook Indian food at home; this dish is next on my list. Thanks for such a thorough tutorial, Vijay! Gorgeous photos.
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    • Samantha
      January 25, 2013

      I am also trying to learn Indian cuisine! Vijay totally rocked it here :)

  2. scott
    January 30, 2013

    I love this dish at my favorite Indian restaurant. I think I may give it a try at home now. Thanks!

    • Vijay @ NoshOnIt
      February 7, 2013

      Awesome Scott! Hope you enjoy it . The one thing that’s the hardest to replicate at home is cooking the paneer in the tandoor (super hot brick oven) to get that smoky flavor so I try to recreate that by giving it a good sear in the pan.
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      • Madhoo
        February 13, 2014

        Have you added yogurt before adding all purpose flour? I am referring to No. 5 pic 2

  3. Mollie White
    February 7, 2013

    Do you think i could used canned puree? If so how much cup wise do you think I need?

  4. Indian restaurant
    March 20, 2014

    It’s a great idea to mix chicken tikka with paneer. The paneer should add the missing flavour and consistency to the dish. Great idea!

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