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|Alternative names||matar paneer, mutter paneer|
|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||North India|
|Main ingredients||Paneer, peas, tomato based sauce, garam masala spice mix|
It is often served with rice and an Indian type of bread (naan, paratha, poori, or roti depending on region). Various other ingredients are often added, such as "aloo" (potato), corn, yogurt or cream.
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