- From Hindi पनीर and Urdu پنیر, from Persian پنیر. (Wiktionary)
“Add spice paste and cook, stirring, until the spices are very fragrant and the paneer is beginning to brown.”
“The just grilled for a minute paneer is luscious but if you keep it for longer in the pan it becomes chewy.”
“My friend Kalpana, has the notion that paneer is fattening.”
“Trirangi paneer pakoda – Trirangi means three colors, and paneer is a soft cheese.”
“My boyfriend loves paneer (saag paneer is his favorite dish!), so I'll have to make this for him sometime.”
“The dish that had paneer (cheese cubes) was also really good and their paneer is perfect, with a hint of lemon.”
“I love saag, an easy favorite of mine, but I am not into chickpeas in saag … saag paneer is the best.”
“Un-aged and rennet-free, paneer is easy to make at home and versatile in its uses.”
“Adding paneer is an easy way to make a dish more festive.”
“I find that if paneer is fried to a dark brown, it gets too chewy, so I prefer to leave it barely golden.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘paneer’.
Names of cheeses from around the world, blatantly stolen from every source available to me.
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everything cheese,expressions like
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a work in progress
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