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March 30, 2008


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John Tropea

Hey Bill,

My wife often makes Paneer cheese (Indian I think)...we found when we moved to Perth the Indian stores didn't sell it, and told us we should just make it ourselves.

Put 2 litres of milk on the stove, just as it starts to boil, put in the juice from 2 lemons. You will see the curd to start separating from the milk. Scoop all this up into a cheese cloth (OMG I just realised we use a cheese cloth to make cheese, how about that).
Tie up the cloth and hang it from your tap to drain, or even under a brick.
An hour or two later break it up into cubes and fry them...there you go Paneer cheese. We have it with spinach, the classic Indian dish, Palak Paneer.

bill Ives


Thanks for this. I have often eaten palak paneer as you can find it in Indian grocery stories as a packaged lunch. I think I have some in my pantry now. Bill

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