Paneer is a fresh Indian cheese used in several recipes such as palak paneer, paneer tikki, paneer masala and paneer curry. It is surprisingly easy to make.
Palak paneer is a creamy Indian curry that combines fresh spinach and ricotta, it goes well with rice, naan as a vegetarian main or side to a larger meal.
This curry is light, colourful and easy to make. You can also make it vegan if you substitute tofu for the paneer cheese.
This is a great curry that uses Paneer (an Indian style of cheese) and fresh peas. It is all made from scratch including toasting and grinding the cumin yourself. Serve with rice.
This is mild vegetarian Indian dish using palak (spinach) and paneer (an Indian cheese similar to cottage or ricotta) that I have always enjoyed. I haven't been able to nail it quite as well as a good Indian restaurant does but it makes for a pretty good staple vegetarian meal at home and is great for leftovers. The flavour also varies depending on the type of paneer you use and whether the spinach is in season.
This easy, essential recipe for paneer will give authenticity to all your Indian dishes.
Home made paneer is softer and lighter than the tofu consistency paneer you find in many Indian restaurants. This is an easy homemade recipe which you can add to your favorite Indian dish by cutting into bite-size pieces and frying in oil. Great for vegetarians.
Paneer is an Indian cheese, similar to ricotta. Homemade paneer is surprisingly simple to make, though you do need to allow plenty of time for it.
It's easy to make your very own paneer, simply using milk, lemon juice and salt, to use in your favourite Indian recipes.
This ia a lovely spicy tart made with paneer cheese and various roasted vegetables such as capsicum and zucchini.
Paneer tikka masala is a favourite dish both in North and South India although the dish itself may have originated in North India. Traditionally, paneer is roasted in a tandoor or a clay oven, in this recipe we use an oven. The aroma of spices and paneer cooking in the oven is mouth watering and makes one feel hungry right away. This recipe replicates the taste of paneer tikka masala served in restaurants whilst eliminating the dairy.