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The Source And Health Benefits Of Paneer


The Source And Health Benefits Of Paneer

From Shahi paneer to Paneer tikka, many scrumptious dishes are prepared from paneer and liked by many. Of course, the mere mention of the taste and texture of soft and mild cheese is enough to make any person drool. However, being a paneer lover, have you ever wondered about its source? Or about what is used to prepare it?
Let’s find it out!

What Is Its Place Of Origin?

Cottage cheese or paneer is a creamy and fresh cheese, which is unsalted usually. Its use is broadly found in North India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. You can find yourself amazed after learning that it was originally prepared from buffalo milk. However, today, a mix of cow’s and buffalo’s milk is used on a broader level by the manufacturers.
Are you thinking about what would happen if paneer is prepared using only the cow’s milk? In a case like that, it can give somewhat a different texture and, at the same time, lower fat content.

Rennet

Did you know that in the preparation of many other kinds of cheese, rennet is being used? However, this is not the case for paneer. The logic behind it is that stomachs of calves, unweaned, are said to be the source of rennet. Cows are sacred in Hinduism, the predominant religion in many nations. Due to this, rennet is not used in the process of preparation. Instead, you can use lime or lemon juice, citric acid, yogurt, or vinegar. At the end of the process, you can find fluffy, soft, and firm cheese that can be cut into blocks. After that, it is used in the preparation of creamy Shahi Paneer, Paneer Palak, Paneer Lazabdar, and many other dishes!

Remember, if you have already started to drool now, you can skip reading the rest and look for the best causal Indian restaurants around you.

The Goodness of Paneer

Just the way many other kinds of cheese has, paneer carry health benefits too. Did you know that it has a blend of protein, essential fats, vitamin D, and calcium? It can also be relied upon for micronutrients and macronutrients that a normal vegetarian diet might not have. It can be another reason behind its place in several vegetarian diets. Yes, you can have raw paneer with some added flavours, but do you really want to replace the luscious gravy from Kadai paneer with anything else?

Wrapping Up

In this blog, you learned about the origin of paneer. You also discovered that preparing it doesn’t need rennet. Lime juice or vinegar or citric acid can be used instead. Along with these facts, the health benefits connected with paneer gives you more reason to look for a chance to have it. You want to taste the best of it, taste it with the best in it. Take out your phone and begin your search for the best casual Indian restaurants around you.


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