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Fresh Sterlized Paneer

Fresh sterilized paneer is a type of cheese made from cow’s milk that has been curdled with a coagulant and then sterilized to extend its shelf life. It is a soft, crumbly cheese that is popular in Indian cuisine and is often used in dishes like palak paneer and paneer tikka masala.

Description

Fresh sterilized paneer is a type of cheese that has been made from cow’s milk, typically by curdling the milk with a coagulant, and then sterilized to extend its shelf life. Paneer is a type of soft, crumbly cheese that is popular in Indian cuisine and is often used in dishes such as palak paneer and paneer tikka masala.

 

Fresh sterilized paneer is typically made from cow’s milk, although it can also be made from goat’s milk or buffalo’s milk. To make paneer, the milk is curdled using a coagulant such as lemon juice, vinegar, or yogurt. The curds are then separated from the whey and pressed to remove excess moisture. The paneer is then sterilized to extend its shelf life.

 

Fresh sterilized paneer may be available in different packaging options, such as blocks or slices, and may be sold in stores or online. The paneer may be flavoured with additional ingredients, such as herbs or spices, and may be sweetened with sugar or other sweeteners.