As a kid i had been fond of paneer a lot and my love for it is still not over :p One of my most favorite childhood recipe made by my mom is Shaam Savera. Honestly i never knew this name till i came acroos Sanjeev Kapoor’s recipe. My mom use to call it as palak paneer kofta. But after coming across Shaam Savera i realized the significance of it and the very beautiful reason behind the naming of this dish. Shaam in hindi means Evening and Savera in Hindi means Morning. Now as you see both paneer and spinach coating when cut into half, hence the outer covering is Shaam and the inner white filling is Savera… How beautiful can this be!
So when Shaan Savera is dunked in the rich and creamy makhni gravy it actually has to become a signature dish. So let us quickly check out the ingredients required and also the method of making both the koftas and the gravy.