paneer

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pa·neer

 (pä-nîr′)
n.
A soft unsalted and unripened cheese made from milk that is simmered, curdled using lemon juice, vinegar, yogurt, or a similarly acidic substance, and then drained and pressed in cheesecloth.

[Hindi and Urdu panīr, from Persian, ultimately from Old Iranian *pati-, against + *nī-, to churn butter; akin to Khotanese ñye, buttermilk, Sanskrit nītam, fresh butter, and Latvian (sviestu) nīt, to make (butter).]

paneer

(pəˈnɪə)
n
(Cookery) a soft white cheese, used in Indian cookery
[C20: from Hindi panīr cheese]
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Tenders are invited for Supply of branded pasteurized table butter in sealed blisters of 20 or less gram and fresh panir in 200 or 500 gram waterproof packing produced by reputed registered cooperative milk federations to mmc zrti bhusawal for the period of twelve months
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Add the cubed panir and fry, stirring occasionally, until golden brown.
This Latin-American cheese is similar to panir, a cheese made in India that is cut into cubes and added to cooked spinach and other vegetarian dishes.
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