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Spinach with home made paneer (Palak Paneer)

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    Posted: 27 December 2013 at 02:14

Through break ins and floods I am here to post. Hopefully the pics will make up for my tardiness

I used Kefir to make my paneer but you can use any acid. Kefir or yoghurt will make a softer product


Bring 1 litre full cream milk just to the boil on a medium heat. Add 250ml of Kefir or yoghurt or 1tbs lemon juice or vinigar and bring down to a low heat stiring gently until the curds split from the whey


Line a colander with cheesecloth and pour the curds and whey into the cloth. Hang it up to release the whey (I kept the whey and baked bread with it)



When the cheese has dried out press it into a container and put in the fridge for a few hours



When "dry" slice up the cheese into squares


Fry in the oil of your choice (I used coconut) with masala spices (please excuse the blurriness)



When the cheese has browned on all sides add in 2 cups frozen or preprepared spinach


Once cooked through lower the heat right down add add coconut cream and crushed garlic. Simmer till thick


Ready to serve
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I am a big fan of Indian cuisine. Your paneer with Spinach is a favorite Shall have to read over the holidays. Thanks for posting. When I return home, I shall definitely put this on my list of 2014 Projects.


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mmmmmm........ Saag or Palak Paneer.
Beautiful!
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Originally posted by Margi Cintrano Margi Cintrano wrote:

I am a big fan of Indian cuisine. Your paneer with Spinach is a favorite Shall have to read over the holidays. Thanks for posting. When I return home, I shall definitely put this on my list of 2014 Projects.


Happy Holidays Hila.

Thank you Margi. I hope you have a wonderful holiday too.
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Originally posted by gracoman gracoman wrote:

mmmmmm........ Saag or Palak Paneer.
Beautiful!

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   Yeah, that would be delicious!  You've got another winner!

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