Paryushan Friendly Home Made Paneer: Neha Deepak Shah’s Easy Recipe


Welcome to Neha Deepak Shah's kitchen! Today, I'll be sharing my easy recipe for Paryushan friendly homemade paneer. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds!


First, gather 1 liter of milk, 1/4 cup of lemon juice, and a cheesecloth. Heat the milk in a pot until it starts to boil.


Once the milk is boiling, turn off the heat and slowly add the lemon juice while stirring. The milk will start to curdle, separating into curds and whey.


Place a cheesecloth over a strainer and pour the curdled milk through it. Rinse the curds with cold water to remove any lemon flavor.


Now, gather the corners of the cheesecloth and squeeze out any excess water. Place a heavy object on top of the cheesecloth to press the paneer for 30 minutes.


After 30 minutes, remove the paneer from the cheesecloth and cut it into desired shapes. You can also add spices like cumin or chili powder for extra flavor.


For a Paryushan friendly twist, try using almond milk instead of regular milk. The result is a creamy and delicious paneer that is perfect for the festival.


You can enjoy the paneer as is or use it in your favorite dishes like palak paneer or paneer tikka masala. The possibilities are endless!


Not only is this homemade paneer healthier and tastier, but it also saves you money. Plus, it's a great way to incorporate Paryushan values into your cooking.


Thank you for joining me in my kitchen today. I hope you enjoyed this easy recipe for Paryushan friendly homemade paneer. Happy cooking and happy Paryushan!