Collection of Paneer Recipe | Easy Quick and Delicious Paneer Recipes
Paneer/Indian Cottage Cheese, one of the most versatile ingredient from Indian sub-continent that can used in making a number of dishes like snacks and starters, main course curries and desserts.
It is so popular among the vegetarians in India that almost every restaurant at least 10-20 special Paneer dishes in their menus. While dining out many of us order at least one Paneer dish for the starters, one dish for the main course!! Parties, get together or and special occasion, you will surely find Paneer dishes in the menu.
Paneer Makhani, Paneer Tikka Masala, Palak Paneer are the most popular dishes that are Internationally known to people. But if you are open to experiment and explore many other different recipes do bookmark this post.
Paneer/Indian Cottage Cheese is made from dairy milk and is not a vegan friendly ingredient though it is gluten-free. For Vegan -friendly version , it can substituted with Tofu. I have mentioned in respective posts where you can substitute Tofu for Paneer.
Also, in many paneer recipes we use curd/yogurt or cream. These can be substituted with any plant based yogurt or cream.
Paneer and It’s benefits
Paneer is a very versatile ingredient can be used in a no. of curries, snacks and starters, breads(parathas/rolls) and even in rice based dishes like pulao or biryani.
Paneer has high nutritive value. It is a rich source of protein, Vit D and calcium. It helps to strengthen the bones and prevents tooth decay. For vegetarians, it suffices the daily protein requirement.
I always prefer homemade Paneer than the store bought one. Advantages of making Paneer at home is that it it is freshly made, not suspicion of it being adulterated and is free from any preservatives or other ingredients, so it is light on stomach and easily digestible.
Learn how to make Homemade Paneer HERE
Kids love Paneer and try to feed them Paneer one or the other way.
Wraps/Rolls, Sandwiches and Flat breads
Pulao Biryani/Fried Rice
Snacks and Starters
If you love Paneer, do try these recipes .
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