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3Ingredients (For two people):

1. Onion – 2
2. Tomato -2
3. Cumin (jeera) – 1 tea spoon
4. Cinnamon (chakke) – 2 inch piece
5. Clove (lavang) – 4 to 6
6. Cashewnuts – 15 – 20 number
7. Rasians (Dry grapes)- 5 – 8
8. Poppy seed – 1/2 tea spoom
9. Raw Green peas – 100 gram
10. Coriender leaves – 15 stem
11. Red chilli power (optional) 1-2
12. Paneer – 100 grams
13. Butter – 4 tea spoon
14. Oil – 2 table spoon
15. Green (red) chillis (optional) – 1-2
16. Ginger garlic paste – 1 tea spoon

Preperatory Steps:

1. Soak Cinnamon, Clove, Cashewnuts, Raisians (dry grapes), Poppy seeds One hr before.

2. Boil the tomatoes.

3. Grind the soaked content.

4. Grind the boiled tomato.

5. Keep the onions cut small.

6. Cut paneer into small pieces (according to your option) .

7. If you do not have ready ginger garlic paste, Grind 1 inch ginger and 4-5 pieces of garlic.(You may grind this with the soaked content)


1. Place the container on the stove and keep oil in it to get heated.

2. Add Cumin and fry it for 2 to 3 minutes you may add chilles if you like it to be spicy.

3. Add the cut onios and raw green peas and fry it well.

4. Add ginger garlic paste.

5. Add the grinded masala and allow it to cook for 4 to 5 minutes.

6. Add the tomato puree.

7. Add salt and red chilli powder.

8. Once it startes boiling, add the cut paneer.

9. Add coriender leaves.

10 Add butter while serving.

The tastey Paneer butter masala is ready. Serve it with the Indian rotis and few slices of raw onions.

3Indian defence scientists are planning to put one of the world’s hottest chilli powders into hand grenades.

They say the devices will be used to control rioters and in counter-insurgency operations.

Researchers say the idea is to replace explosives in small hand grenades with a certain variety of red chilli to immobilise people without killing them.

2The chilli, known as Bhut Jolokia, is said to be 1,000 times hotter than commonly used kitchen chilli.

Scientists at India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) are quoted as saying the potent chilli will be used as a food additive for troops operating in cold conditions.

And the powder will also be spread on the fences around army barracks in the hope the strong smell will keep out animals.

Other forms of pepper spray are commonly used for crowd control in many parts of the world.


We all know that the age-old route to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Australian men have proved the same – this time through a study asking Aussies to rank daily experiences that provided most pleasure, quashing the long-standing myth that men prefer sex over food.

The survey, conducted by Magnum icecream, polled almost 10,000 people across the country, The Advertiser reports. Men rated taste sensations as their top pleasure trigger, with physical arousal (including sex) coming in fourth. Personal accomplishment was second, then the need to relax.

The results were reached through a ‘pleasure quotient test’, which uses a scale to determine the frequency and intensity to which individuals are stimulated by certain triggers.  The scale found men gained more pleasure from food, and life in general, more so than their female counterparts, who did most of the cooking and treasured values.

Private therapist and UniSA adjunct senior lecturer of psychology Dr David Haynes said he was surprised by the findings.”Women are more into values as a whole and men are into bottom lines and logic – but why that would give one more pleasure from food or from life in general – I can’t imagine.

“From a Freudian perspective, it would be viewed as a man’s regression to childhood, and the boys are being babies, treated by their mothers/wives,” he said.Dr Haynes said a possible contributor to the results could be that many men were used to being fed by women.

“If you did the stats, you would find that a majority of the cooking in Australia is done by women.

“And you know what it’s like – when you’ve spent a couple of hours cooking, you don’t actually get that much pleasure from eating it – but if you have just come in from work, been sat down and given a nice bowl of food – that’s different.

”Apprentice carpenter Aaron Looyestyn-Zitzen, 18, from Houghton, found it difficult to decide which he enjoyed more – food or sex.

“It’s probably 50/50 – I do love food,” he said. “You have to eat to live.”

Source- Hindustan Times

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