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Paneer (Full Fat Indian Cheese) 250g reduced from £1.60 to £1 @ Sainsbury’s
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Paneer (Full Fat Indian Cheese) 250g reduced from £1.60 to £1 @ Sainsbury’s

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Posted 8th MayEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Lovely full fat cheese (suitable for vegetarians as well)currently at a good price. Works out £4 a kg, that’s cheaper then most local Indian shops too.

You can either cook it or it also is a great addition to salad servings.


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I also present to you(courtesy google ) a collection of easy to make paneer recipes vegrecipesofindia.com/pan…es/

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Hope it helps someone.
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Perfect for many of us dangerously underweight individuals.
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I can’t go back to curries without paneer in now. It’s spoiled me
Perfect for many of us dangerously underweight individuals.
[Pats belly]
sethjohnson55509/05/2019 02:40

Perfect for many of us dangerously underweight individuals. [Pats belly]


Everything in moderation dear boy, as it has always been!
Luv this to make Chilli Paneer yum
Is it national
blabbity09/05/2019 00:11

I can’t go back to curries without paneer in now. It’s spoiled me


Haha I’m the same! I love paneer curries, I had never had one until I went to my friend’s wedding and now it’s the first thing I look for on a takeaway menu, amazing
Can you vape it?
Good stuff!
Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is absolutely delicious and the rubbery is just ok. Still not 100% sure if some of these indian takeaways aren't just substituting paneer with some mozzarella type, cause I can never find the melty kind in stores.
Edited by: "MoleUK" 9th May
MoleUK09/05/2019 21:52

Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is …Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is absolutely delicious and the rubbery is just ok. Still not 100% sure if some of these indian takeaways aren't just substituting paneer with some mozzarella type, cause I can never find the melty kind in stores.


Never had melty paneer before. Pretty sure it's always meant to be a bit rubbery, kind of like halloumi. In fact, I just realised I can't tell the difference between the two
MoleUK09/05/2019 21:52

Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is …Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is absolutely delicious and the rubbery is just ok. Still not 100% sure if some of these indian takeaways aren't just substituting paneer with some mozzarella type, cause I can never find the melty kind in stores.


Its somewhere in the middle I'd say - the rubbery ones are awful - also gets rubbery sometimes depending on how you cook it. Cooked right, these are delicious. Hope that helps.
Should be a bit rubbery as opposed to melty but not chewy or should not make your teeth squeak. With a subtle taste
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 9th May
In Southall, you can have Paneer Pizza
MoleUK09/05/2019 21:52

Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is …Is it the rubbery kind or the melty kind? Cause the melty kind is absolutely delicious and the rubbery is just ok. Still not 100% sure if some of these indian takeaways aren't just substituting paneer with some mozzarella type, cause I can never find the melty kind in stores.


The restaurants you tried might be using homemade paneer .. Homemade paneer works out cheaper and probably ends up softer than the shop bought ...
blkwhte10/05/2019 19:07

The restaurants you tried might be using homemade paneer .. Homemade …The restaurants you tried might be using homemade paneer .. Homemade paneer works out cheaper and probably ends up softer than the shop bought ...


I did wonder if that was the case, as it's not the only indian that has served paneer that's stretchy/melty rather than solid-ish cubes.

It's VERY different (much better) to store bought and unfortunately most other indians I've ordered paneer dishes from. So I never know when ordering from a new place whether it's going to turn out as expected or not, might have to ask the restaurants if it's home made in future.
Edited by: "MoleUK" 10th May
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