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100 Favorite Dishes: No. 46 -- Paneer Makhani from The Palace

As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2011, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to Deirdra.Funcheon@BrowardPalmBeach.com.

No. 46: Paneer Makhani from The Palace

There are many things both good and bad that you can find in Davie --  monster trucks with rebel flags, an overpriced private college that shall remain nameless, and beef jerky-flavored chewing tobacco.

What good things can one find in Davie, you ask? Not many! Just kidding...kind of. One of Davie's hidden treasures is tucked away in a quiet strip mall.

 
Located off of State Rd. 84, The Palace is a tiny Indian restaurant that serves authentic Indian cuisine. Traditional dishes from all over the subcontinent grace the restaurant's extensive menu.With its floor to ceiling pink decor, Taj Mahal

shaped booths, and the heady scent of pungent spices, you may feel as though you've been

transported to India when you arrive. 

Vegetarians rejoice! Like many Indian restaurants, The Palace offers a wealth of vegetarian options including our favorite dish number 46, Paneer Makhani. This traditional northern Indian dish features paneer, a special cottage cheese (the look and texture is similar to that of tofu), and a savory tomato based gravy made with with butter and cream. A generous helping of jasmine rice is served on the side. 

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For those who like to walk on the mild side, this dish is right up your alley! For those who can take the heat, Paneer Makhani can be also ramped up to atomic status with spicy chilis.

Drinking a delicious Kingfisher beer with your meal is recommended but not required.

भोग कीजिए (Enjoy!)
Previous 100 favorite dishes:
No. 47: Bruschetta Pizza from Pizza Fusion

No. 48: Falafel Sandwich from Falafel Bistro
No. 49: Philly Cheese Steak from Philly Steak Sub Shop
No. 50: Bizcoche de Maiz from Maracas
No. 51: Rotisserie Chicken from Publix
No. 52: Encebollado de Pescado from Cafe Paraiso
No. 53: Fish Tacos from Kahuna Bar & Grill
No. 54: Lobster Corn Dogs from Rok:Brgr
No. 55: Gazpacho from John G's on the Beach
No. 56: Black & Blue Oysters from Shuck-N-Dive
No. 57: Latin Macho Burger from Latin Burger
No. 58: Dover Sole from French Corner Bistro & Rotisserie
No. 59: Cider Doughnuts from Chef John Carlino
No. 60: Breakfast in a Pot from Tom Sawyer Restaurant and Pastry Shop
No. 61: Fried Jumbo Shrimp from Betty's Soul Food

No. 62: Pastrami Sandwich from Primanti Bros.
No. 63: "Monster" Hoagie from LaSpada's Original Hoagies
No. 64: Truffled Chips from YOLO
No. 65: Black Skillet-Roasted Mussels from Timpano Chophouse
No. 66: Fish Sandwich from Lazy Loggerhead Cafe
No. 67: Fresh Tomato Pizza from Pizza Time
No. 68: Seafood Salad Sandwich from Le Tub
No. 69: Wings from Lefty's Tavern
No. 70: Sake Flight from Wild East Asian Bistro
No. 71: Croque Monsieur From Croissan'Time
No. 72: Mushroom in Tin Foil at Marumi Sushi
No. 73: Tapas Sharing Platter from Johnny V
No. 74: Cherry Crunch Donut from Dandee Donut Factory
No. 75: Brussel Sprouts from Cafe La Buca
No. 76: Linguine Vongole from Il Bellagio 
No. 77: Housemade Charcuterie from Market 17
No. 78: Crab Benedict at the Downtowner Saloon

No. 79: The Aileen Special from Undergrounds Coffeehaus
No. 80: Insalata Caprese from Fiorentina
No. 81: Angus and Brie Burger from Gilbert's 17th Street Grill
No. 82: Pulled Pork Sliders from Gratify American GastroPub

No. 83: Fagottini al Tartufo Bianco e Nero From Apicius Ristorante e Enoteca
No. 84: Guacamole from Dos Caminos
No. 85: Rock Shrimp from Bahama Mama
No. 86: The Grease Beast from Grease Burger



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