Paneer is a fresh cheese originating from India. It is a soft, non-melting and unaged cheese made by curdling milk with citric acid. The word paneer entered English from the Hindi and Urdu term panīr, which comes from Persian ‘panir’ meaning “cheese”
Paneer is the most commonly used in traditional cuisines from the Indian subcontinent. Paneer is an incredibly versatile ingredient that can be used in main dishes as well as desserts and snacks. You can wrap it in dough and deep fry it or serve it with spinach in a gravy or even crumble it over a salad. Paneer can also be sweetened to make a wide variety of desserts!
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