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Paneer (226g) now £1.00 @ asda instore & online

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Yum yum if you like Paneer dishes.

A great price with long dates too.

Paneer Full fat soft cheese- (226g)

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EVEREST DAIRIES LTD
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#1
Oooh, bargain, love this stuff. :)
#2
Thanks =]
#3
+1, thats a bargain
#4
Anybody know if you can freeze this stuff?

I know my mum used to freeze normal cheese, but then she is quite weird.
#5
backlitvillain
Anybody know if you can freeze this stuff?

I know my mum used to freeze normal cheese, but then she is quite weird.


if you lightly fry it and freeze I find it keeps well
1 Like #6
backlitvillain
Anybody know if you can freeze this stuff?


You can freeze the paneer in an airtight container. Defrost thoroughly before use

taken from http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/paneer_86451

Edited By: Marina on Nov 02, 2010 11:22: ...
#7
Voted hot from me!
#8
Jas99 & Marina - Much thanks

now i'm of out for some cheese
#9
tastes like chicken
#10
Paneer tikka is yummy!
#11
backlitvillain
Anybody know if you can freeze this stuff?

I know my mum used to freeze normal cheese, but then she is quite weird.


I think I adore you for this comment about your mum - mine, too! She used to freeze guacamole (NB, kids, this does not taste nice).
1 Like #12
Usually paneer lasts ages in the fridge anyway as its vacuum packed. Also its insainly easy to make but I also buy lots for convenience. Oh yea Hot thanks
3 Likes #13
this will go nicely with that big can of spinach I bought in Tesco for £1. Sag Paneer!

Edited By: scardwel on Nov 02, 2010 12:44: forgot something
#14
chilli paneer is lovely!
#15
A vegetarians' delight to make almost all the curry dishes! Can be used in place of chicken and tastes as good!
Also goes good with spinach, potato, mix veg, paratha, samosa, you name it!

Anybody knows Paneer Kofta recipe?


Got to load the fridge with this! Nice find...
#16
vtailor
tastes like chicken

Behave yourself. It tastes nothing like chicken!

No matter what people try to tell you, paneer is - bottom line - cheese.

urgh :S
#17
curry2night
A vegetarians' delight to make almost all the curry dishes! Can be used in place of chicken and tastes as good!Also goes good with spinach, potato, mix veg, paratha, samosa, you name it!Anybody knows Paneer Kofta recipe?Got to load the fridge with this! Nice find...

Fair enough, its a good deal if you like the stuff.
#18
Good price so hot deal.

I am surprised nobody has made a reduced fat version of it though?
#19
sweartome
vtailor
tastes like chicken


Behave yourself. It tastes nothing like chicken!

No matter what people try to tell you, paneer is - bottom line - cheese.

urgh :S


I meant cheesy chicken
#20
Hot for much cheapness.

Bloody awful stuff though.
#21
Chilli Paneer is gorgeous!! Hard to make always have it at the restaurants.
#22
mattress
Hot for much cheapness.

Bloody awful stuff though.


on it's on its very bland and has no taste, then again it wouldnt as its simply full fat cheese. however with the right ingredients it can be turned into a fantastic dish :)
#23
Super duper hot. Its usually almost double this price.
#24
I suppose it's a bit like tofu then? If something needs lots of ingredients added to make it taste ok or even edible, why bother putting the cheese in???:p

_mayhem_
mattress
Hot for much cheapness.

Bloody awful stuff though.


on it's on its very bland and has no taste, then again it wouldnt as its simply full fat cheese. however with the right ingredients it can be turned into a fantastic dish :)
#25
Thanks op...my kids love 'mattar' paneer.
#26
It depends how its used, I had an awesome paneer curry at a veggie curry stand at a festival, but from my local curry house it tasted crap. The difference I think was they used smaller chunks and the curry had been left to soak up all the curry flavour. My local curry house obviously just cut up huge chunks of the stuff and then lobbed a bit of curry sauce on the top.

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