If you're looking for something delicious and new to liven up your mealtimes, then paneer is about to rock your world. Soft, mild and fresh-tasting, paneer is a type of cheese that has been enjoyed in India for hundreds of years. Now it's challenging halloumi and tofu to be your go-to ingredient to liven up your veggies. Ready to get creative?
Paneer has been used in India for centuries. Now people around the world are waking up to this amazingly versatile ingredient that's ideal for adding a bit of bite to your meat-free mealtimes. You can marinate it, grill it, fry it, pop it into soups or stews - its porous texture means it's fantastic at soaking up flavour, making it the perfect way to transform your veggies into mind-blowing dishes.
Think of paneer and you might think of Indian cuisine. After all, it’s a staple in some of the country’s best-loved dishes. However, in more recent years, this incredibly versatile ingredient has moved beyond curries to find its way into stir-fries, stews, salads, soups and everything in between. Whether you’re a fan of Asian flavours or are looking for something to add an extra dimension to your home-cooking, paneer cheese is fast-becoming a favourite in kitchens across the world.
Finding the time to create quick and satisfying midweek meals can be a bit of a challenge. Using Apetina® Paneer cheese gives you the chance to turn those run-of-the-mill veggies into something that everyone will look forward to. Stuck for inspiration? Check out these ten sumptuous suggestions.
While paneer might be synonymous with Indian food, its adaptability means it's just as easy to use in other cuisines. Delightfully decadent and with a remarkable ability to hold its form, Apetina® Paneer is a superb way to elevate your mid-week menu from the norm to something exciting.
Cheese is used throughout the calendar in many cuisines, from fresh summer salads to rib-sticking winter warmers. While you might instantly associate paneer with things hot and spicy, it’s got plenty to offer, all year round. Mild, firm and with an uncanny ability to get to know other flavours, there’s a paneer dish with your name on it, whatever the weather.
Paneer and curry go hand in hand. Although it may have originated in Persia, the cheese’s mild and moreish qualities make it the perfect addition to Indian cuisine, mellowing the heat and complementing the spices. Whether it’s the mainstay of a meal or a cooling accompaniment, paneer has been an essential ingredient in Indian cuisine for hundreds of years. Let’s take a look at three of the classics that use this versatile ingredient.