I’ve talked a lot about paneer in the past, there are already five recipes for paneer on this blog and there are many more I will share with you – that’s a promise! There aren’t many Indian people who won’t start waxing lyrical if mention paneer, and even fewer who will turn their nose up at it. (more…)
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I try to always have paneer in the fridge, it’s comforting to know it’s always there and extremely handy to whip up a quick dinner on a weeknight. There are so many ways with paneer, more than you might think, it takes well to different kinds of sauces and cooking methods. It’s comforting and indulgent in a creamy makhani sauce, crispy and smoky grilled on a barbecue and utterly addictive as chilli paneer.
Chilli paneer is one of my favourites and pretty quick to make but I wanted to make it even quicker with the addition of sriracha. This way you can skip chopping chilli, crushing garlic and frying onions, and the whole thing can be on the table in 15 minutes. (more…)
There is seemingly no end to the delicious things you can do with paneer, and here is another one to add to your list. Palak paneer, or paneer bhaji in Gujarati, is cubes of fried paneer simmered in a lush spinach sauce flavoured with fenugreek, onion and plenty of ginger. (more…)
As it always is when returning from a holiday, I crave vegetables when we come back. We’ve just returned from 5 lovely days in Cornwall where we became very well acquainted with the local delicacies of proper fish and chips and clotted cream.
Make your own cheese! Homemade paneer is surprisingly easy, and you only need two ingredients – whole milk and lemon juice. You just need to slowly boil milk, add the lemon and then strain when it separates into curds and whey. (more…)
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