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I’m thankful that I met an incredible cook who opened my eyes to the secret to making truly delicious fried rice.
I’m really excited to share this recipe with you today. This has to be one of my new favorite Paneer dishes, because of the crispy texture of the Paneer and luscious creaminess of the sauce.
A vegetarian meal doesn’t have to be a big fuss. Panurkey has the flavors of a traditional holiday meal, but it quick and easy to make.
Paneer is created by heating milk to 175 degrees, and stirring vinegar into the milk to create a frothy white curd. It is then transferred to large stainless steel baskets where heavy plates are placed on top to squeeze all the whey out.
Serving Paneer at a meal is a quick, easy, and healthy way to feed your family.