Monday, 21 January 2013

How To Make Restaurant Style Makhani Gravy For Curries| Step Wise | मखनी ग्रेवी रेस्तराँ स्टाइल


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Makhani sauce, as the name suggests is a sauce made in makkhan (butter). It is a delicately flavoured sauce which has a taste of tomatoes, aromatic spices, butter and cream.
It’s a rich gravy, loaded with calories but extremely flavourful and very popular. One can find it dominating the menu cards of any Indian Restaurant serving North Indian Food. As a child it was my favourite and now it is my kid’s. I make both the low and high calorie version of it but here I’m sharing the high calorie version. If you want to try a low calorie version, check here.
This sauce is popularly used to make paneer (paneer makhani), dal (dal makhani), vegetables (veg makhani). One can check out my innovation with this sauce here.
Ingredients For Sauce ( serves 2-3)
2tomatoes
1onion
1green chili
7-8 cashew nuts
a small piece stone flower
2 bay leaves
2 cloves
2 green cardamom
1  black cardamom
a small piece of mace (javitri)
1tbsp butter
1tbsp oil
a pinch of sugar
1/4 cup fresh cream
a pinch of roasted kasoori methi (powdered)
Method
Soak the cashew nuts in warm water for half an hour and grind to make a smooth paste.
Boil onion, tomatoes and green chilli together. Cool and grind to a smooth paste.


Mix butter and oil together in a pan and heat them. Add all the whole spices and sauté on low flame. This allows the spices to release their oils in the oil.
Add the cooked onion-tomato-chilli paste.
Sauté till oil separates.
Add the coriander, red chilli, turmeric powders and mix.
Add the cashew nut paste, mix and cook.
Pass the cooked gravy through a mesh to remove the whole spices and to get a smooth textured gravy.
Add half cup water to the gravy and bring it to a boil.
Switch off flame and mix the cream (leave half a spoon for garnishing).
The makhani gravy is ready. Sprinkle the kasoori methi and use.
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14 comments:

Kitchen Queen said...

lovely creamy makhani.

Shama Nagarajan said...

Super yummy... .

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Veena Theagarajan said...

creamy makhani.. Love the color
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Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Gravy looks yummy and creamy, colour of the gravy looks great.

Priya R said...

love makanis and this recipe is a sure winner, looks so inviting and creamy too

Priya said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful creamy gravy, love to add some paneer cubes in it.

Shailaja Reddy said...

Yummy rich creamy gravy...

Sudha Sabarish said...

Delicious creamy makhani sauce.

runnergirlinthekitchen.blogspot.com said...

One of my fav gravies, I make it creamier with more cream :)) Fingerlicking good!

Aruna Manikandan said...

nice post, gravy looks delicious :)

Harini said...

Delicious Creamy Makhani Sauce!

ramya anand said...

Looksso creamy and rich!

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

Looks so creamy and super rich!!! bookmarking it!!!
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Khaugiri said...

Wow just perfect! Love the color:-)

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