Shahi Paneer

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Shahi paneer is very popular in northern India and originated from the Mughlai cuisine. This north Indian dish is liked by most of the people as it is a rich dish filled with spices, paneer and cream that makes it thick creamy and spicy to taste. The word Shahi means “Royalty”. 

Cubes of paneer cheese in rich, spicy cream sauce and we have balanced it with basmati brown rice due to the rich taste of paneer

Ingredients: water, light cream, brown basmati rice, tomatoes, paneer (milk, acetic acid), onion, sunflower oil, ginger, garlic, green chilies, spices, sea salt, turmeric, distilled vinegar, citric acid and herbs.

Contains: Milk

Allergy information: This product is manufactured in a facility which processes peanut, tree nuts, wheat and milk products.

Preparation Instructions: Cook from frozen. Individual ovens are vary;these are guidelines only. Not recommended for toaster ovens. Microwave(1200 watt): Microwave cook times may vary depending on the oven wattage.Remove tray from carton and make 2 to 3 small slits in film. microwave on high for 3 minutes. carefully peel back film enough to gently stir the sauce. Heat for additional 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or untill heated through. Carefully remove film and serve. Conventional Oven: Preheat oven to 375 º F for 5 minutes. Remove tray from carton and make 2 to 3 small slits in film.Place tray on baking sheet on center rack of oven (do not place tray directly on oven rack). Heat for approximately 20 to 25 minutes or until heated through. Carefully remove and gently stir before serving.

 

 

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SKU: 777762002770

Product Description

Shahi paneer is very popular in northern India and originated from the Mughlai cuisine. This north Indian dish is liked by most of the people as it is a rich dish filled with spices, paneer and cream that makes it thick creamy and spicy to taste. The word Shahi means “Royalty”. 

Cubes of paneer cheese in rich, spicy cream sauce and we have balanced it with basmati brown rice due to the rich taste of paneer

Ingredients: water, light cream, brown basmati rice, tomatoes, paneer (milk, acetic acid), onion, sunflower oil, ginger, garlic, green chilies, spices, sea salt, turmeric, distilled vinegar, citric acid and herbs.

Contains: Milk

Allergy information: This product is manufactured in a facility which processes peanut, tree nuts, wheat and milk products.

Preparation Instructions: Cook from frozen. Individual ovens are vary;these are guidelines only. Not recommended for toaster ovens. Microwave(1200 watt): Microwave cook times may vary depending on the oven wattage.Remove tray from carton and make 2 to 3 small slits in film. microwave on high for 3 minutes. carefully peel back film enough to gently stir the sauce. Heat for additional 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or untill heated through. Carefully remove film and serve. Conventional Oven: Preheat oven to 375 º F for 5 minutes. Remove tray from carton and make 2 to 3 small slits in film.Place tray on baking sheet on center rack of oven (do not place tray directly on oven rack). Heat for approximately 20 to 25 minutes or until heated through. Carefully remove and gently stir before serving.

 

 

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