Why you should eat this paneer at House of India now
The paneer makhani at House of India has rounded flavor and deep heat. Cubes of paneer, a mild fresh cheese, swim in a silky tomato, onion and cream sauce flecked with spices like garam masala, turmeric, cumin and coriander. Sop up every bite with an order of hot, freshly baked naan that comes slightly charred with a glossy sheen of butter. This fragrant dish warms you from within.
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