We love paneer! An inexpensive source of protein, paneer can be bought for as little as £2 per block and can be used in so many ways. We love it in stir fries and curries, bhurji and pulao. It’s moreish and, like its popular Greek cousin halloumi, it takes so well to frying.
Paneer is milky and mild and is usually made by heating cow’s milk and then curdling it using an acid like lemon juice before pressing the curds into a solid. Making your own is fun, but the shop-bought stuff is just as tasty. We offer tips for how to get the most from it below, plus 13 recipes to try with a packet.
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