I am sure you know I can't complete a series of gravies without making a paneer right. I knew it too. So I decided to make a Makhni version without onions and garlic. Of course my series of gravies with no onion, no garlic ended up being gourmet gravies with cashews and milk added, I digress to say it just happened. It wasn't my intention to mean that one can't make a gravy without these rich ingredients.
Infact I had few more simpler versions, though lack of time prevented me from going ahead. I was so busy the last few days that I had to request Amma to make it for me. So this comes directly from Amma's Kitchen, pictures credits goes to Konda. The only thing I did here was to click the final pictures. I told the recipe to Amma in midsts of my meetings and product releases and was hoping the gravy would turn out as I expected and that it wouldn't be very sweet.
To my surprise, hubby dear said he likes paneer dish to be sweet. If it was spicy, it will be a south indian way of making it. Well surprises never cease! I leave you all to enjoy this..