This. Is. Delicious. I added the cheese to Noah’s half and left it out of mine, but we both thoroughly enjoyed the meal. Feel free to adjust the seasonings to taste; Noah liked his with a little more ginger and pepper and I could’ve used a little less, myself. If you don’t feel like making the paneer yourself, you can either buy some from your local Indian market(s) or leave it out entirely and throw in some pre-cooked chicken cubes instead.
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