Knorr helps families make meal times special, nutritious, tasty and healthy.

It is not wrong to say that the category of soups was launched by Knorr in India. The Knorr range of soups is available in a number of tasty & exciting varieties. There is a flavour to literally suit every taste palate; the Classic range of soups with flavours like Thick Tomato, Mixed Vegetable & Chicken Delite, the Chinese range with flavours like Sweet Corn Vegetable, Sweet Corn Chicken & Hot n Sour & the Instant Soups range with flavours like Tomato, Mast Masala & Mixed Vegetable.

Knorr Ready to Cook helps the consumer make her family's favorite dishes at home & helps her get restaurant like taste at home itself. It comes in the Indian Ready to Cook range & Chinese Ready to Cook range.

The Knorr portfolio has now expanded with yet another launch; the launch of the Knorr Soupy Noodles range, a unique product in the instant noodles category. Knorr Soupy Noodles, for the first time in India brings together the fun of noodles with the health & goodness of soups. It is loved by the kids & provides mothers a tasty healthy afternoon snacking option for their children. It comes with 100% real vegetables & carries the ‘Healthy Choice' Stamp. It is currently available in four variants: Mast Masala, Tomato Chatpata, Chinese Chow & Yummy Chicken.

Knorr as a brand has always set out to empower homemakers & enable them to make healthy, wholesome & delicious food options. All Knorr products are healthy, completely preservative free & low on sodium & cholesterol content

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  • For the marinade, thick hung yogurt is preferred otherwise marinate become watery and it will not coat the paneer and vegetables. If you do not have thick yogurt, take about 3 cups of plain yogurt, line a strainer with a cloth or a kitchen towel, put the strainer inside a mixing bowl.

    28 Jul

  • Recipe Name: Paneer Kofta
    Short Description: It’s a vegetarian version to meatballs. Where in the gravy is little spicy compared to Malai Kofta. It goes well with naans or Jeera Rice.

    Product Name: Knorr® Easy to Cook Paneer Butter Masala
    Serves/Serving: 4
    Preparation Time: 25 min
    Cooking Time: 25 min

    For Paneer Kofta:
    100 gm potatoes peeled and boiled
    100 gm cottage cheese or Paneer
    50 gm dry fruit (cashew nut, Kishmish)
    20 ml Oil for frying
    For the sauce:
    50 ml heavy cream
    50 gm Onion chopped or paste
    25 gm ginger garlic paste
    2 tsp garam masala
    ½ packet Knorr® Easy to Cook Paneer Butter Masala

    Mash the potatoes and Paneer together. Add seasoning and make small dough. Make small balls from the dough and stuff the balls with dry fruits, deep fry in oil. Drain on paper towels and keep aside.
    For the gravy, heat the 3 tsps of oil in a deep pan and fry the onions till light brown. Add ginger garlic paste and fry till the oil begins to separate from the masala.
    Add Knorr® Easy to Cook Paneer Butter Masala, add sufficient amount of warm water to make the gravy thick. Mix well and then reduce the fire to a simmer after 10 minutes.
    Gently add the Kofta to this sauce/gravy and cook uncovered for 2-3 minutes. Turn off the fire and finish with cream, sprinkle the garam masala all over the top of the dish. Serve hot.

    Chef’s Tip
    The “Kufta” is a Persian word which means “to grind” or “to beat”.

    27 Jul

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