paneer recipe | homemade paneer recipe | cottage cheese recipe

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paneer recipe | homemade paneer recipe | cottage cheese recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. basically a cottage cheese recipe prepared in home with full cream milk.
homemade paneer1paneer recipe | homemade paneer recipe | cottage cheese recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. there are many ways of preparing paneer. paneer is prepared by coagulating milk. we can either use vinegar / curd to boiling milk to prepare paneer.

i love paneer so i prepare fresh paneer when ever i am preparing palak paneer, paneer sandwich and paneer tikka. moreover, it is healthy to have homemade paneer for daily curries and paneer dishes. the store bought paneer contains heavy preservatives which would result into digestion complications.

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it doesn’t need much time to prepare paneer. just a little trick to get it rite. today i am sharing the easy way of making perfect, soft and white paneer in just 30 minutes. you can either use vinegar, curd or lemon juice to coagulate paneer.

the store brought paneer do contain preservatives, maida and other chemicals. so to avoid and be healthy; always prefer to make paneer using these simple steps. i have also shared the video so that it will be helpful for you all to prepare paneer rite in your kitchen.

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paneer recipe | homemade paneer recipe | cottage cheese recipe
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Recipe type: diary
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 1 cake
Ingredients
  • 2 litre milk full cream milk
  • 2 tbsp curd / vinegar / lemon juice
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. boil the milk and stir in between so that it doesn't burn from bottom.
  2. when the milk comes to boil, add a spoonful of curd / vinegar / lime juice. turn off the flame.
  3. stir the milk till they curdle. add more lime juice / vinegar / curd if the milk doesn't curdle well.
  4. immediately drain the curdled milk into the hand kerchief.
  5. bring it together and place a heavy weight over it.
  6. wait for 20 minutes and you can see a thick block of paneer ready. chop paneer into any shapes or sizes you want.


paneer recipe | homemade paneer recipe | cottage cheese step by step photo recipe:

  1. boil the milk and stir in between so that it doesn’t burn from bottom.
    homemade paneer 1
  2. when the milk comes to boil, add a spoonful of curd / vinegar / lime juice. turn off the flame.
    homemade paneer 4
  3. stir the milk till they curdle. add more lime juice / vinegar / curd if the milk doesn’t curdle well.
    homemade paneer 3
  4. immediately drain the curdled milk into the hand kerchief.
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  5. bring it together and place a heavy weight over it.
    paneer
  6. wait for 20 minutes and you can see a thick block of paneer ready. chop paneer into any shapes or sizes you want.
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notes:

  • also add some salt to panner and mix well.
  • panner stays fresh for a week or more.
  • store in a airtight container.
  • always prepare with good quality milk to yield good quantity of panner.

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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

18 COMMENTS

  1. Hi, I love your style of cooking, seems very easy to cook..
    Can you tell approximately how much milk would be required for 100 gm of paneer.

    • Hello Shalini,

      Thanks a lot for the compliment.

      regarding paneer, it is a tricky question as it completely depends upon fat content in milk. Basically, with full fat milk you may need 650-680 ML of milk for 100 gm paneer.

    • thank you Apeksha.. you can refrigerate paneer… however, suggest you to finish off in 2 -3 days as we are not adding any preservatives..

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