100 days of uncomfortable things — day 2 — Making a proper Indian meal on a busy day

I call this uncomfortable while my Mom would call it a normal Thursday.

While I enjoy cooking, I like having plenty of head space to do it. So I decided to stir things up a little by making paneer for the first time on a day when I knew I could have been doing many other ‘more important’ things. (Notice ‘more important’ is inverted commas because nothing is more important than good food.)

While the paneer was a little crumbly, my sister Karishma agreed that it was tasty. Culinary skills of an ideal indian daughter-in-law — check!

P.S. This is not a photo of the actual dish: this is this is the image I had in mind when I made it. And everybody knows it’s the thoughts that count.

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