Are you making Paneer yet?

An easy homemade version that's a must try!

Homemade Paneer is really simple and something that does not require too many ingredients. So my post for homemade paneer has had quite a few people convinced about making it! I was delighted to see one of them included Yotam Ottolenghi and he was kind enough to even mention it in his recent Guardian Newspaper column

So if you’d like to have a go click on any of the links above also check out the recipes page on the site for ideas on how to use Indian cottage cheese. Its a delicious and super quick addition to Indian cooking!


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