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How to make Paneer and Naan in Home:

Updated on August 10, 2012

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Many of us doesn't know to to make easy food items like Paneer, Naan etc. Everyone thinks that it is difficult to make at home,but it is quite easy to make these without adding any artificial substances that are used at the restaurants.

Paneer can be made by two methods:

  • Adding lime juice or vinegar to boiling milk.
  • Adding melted curd to boiling milk.

Naan can be made by adding with or without yeast.

I think this hub will help to make Paneer and Naan at home.......

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Paneer

  • 1litre Milk
  • 1/4 cup Curd/lemon juice
  • 3-4 ns Ice cubes
  • 1/2tspn Flour/maida, optional

How to prepare?

  1. First thing is to Boil milk in a vessel and add beaten curd to the milk. Continue boil until the water getting separated completely.
  2. After that take it from the stove and add ice cubes to it.
  3. Now take a cloth and remove/drain the water completely in order to separate the paneer.
  4. In order to remove remaining water put a weight on the cloth/ Hang the cloth in which the paneer is taken for 2-3 hours.
  5. Take this paneer out from the cloth and flatten it. Then place this for setting.You can add little flour to it to prevent the panner from crumbling.
  6. Finally cut into pieces using a knife and use with in 3 days by keeping in freezer.
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Home made Naan

Ingredients to make 'Naan'

  • Maida(flour)-2cups
  • Fresh Curd-1/2cup
  • Salt-1tspn
  • Milk-1/2cup
  • sugar-1tspn
  • Baking powder and cooking soda-each 1/2tspn
  • Ghee melted-3-4tspn

Preparation:

  1. Mix the maida along with cooking soda and baking powder.
  2. Then add this to a bowl,make a space at the center of this mix and add milk,sugar,salt,curd and melted ghee.
  3. Mix well these all using hand and keep it for 2-3 hours covered.
  4. After that make small balls of it and flatten it.(same as chapatti making)
  5. Apply little water on one side of naan and put this on hot pan or tawa, cook it on both side.
  6. Finally apply some ghee over naan and serve hot with chicken,vegetables and mayonnaise.


How much you get from Paneer

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: 183gm
Calories 80
Calories from Fat18
% Daily Value *
Fat 2 g3%
Saturated fat 1 g5%
Unsaturated fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 10 g3%
Sugar 10 g
Fiber 0 g
Protein 7 g14%
Cholesterol 9 mg3%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

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      Girish puri 4 years ago from NCR , INDIA

      So today want that i should give rest to my wife.....lol

      very useful share and prompts me to go to my kitchen, voted useful.

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      Thanks for your comment...

      Sounds great that you interested to try for panner and naan......

      Try it and enjoy homely food.

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      Amber Dahnke 4 years ago from New Glarus, WI

      I am going to try this tomorrow with my kids, should be a fun experience and hopefully will have a great result. Your paneer looks fantastic!

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      thanks amberld

      sounds great that you like it and going to prepare for your kids..................wishing a successful result.

      if you will get good result please share with us.......i hope your kids enjoy it.

      Make some dish with paneer and enjoy your cooking.............

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      Astralrose 4 years ago from India

      My husband and I like paneer and naan very much and I have been wondering how to make paneer. I know naan, roti, parathas, chapati. So I guess I'll try this one.

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      Thanks astral for your comments,sounds great that you like paneer recipes.

      so try it as soon as possible and enjoy sharing with your partner.....

      Also share the Paneer making experience with us...........

      hope you will go for it..

      keep reading hubs.....

      TK

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      Eunice Elizabeth 4 years ago from Vancouver, BC

      Thank you for sharing your recipe...I love Naan !!

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      Sasha Kim 4 years ago

      I just love homemade paneer! Thank you for sharing this great hub and with the recipe for naan! Fantastic ^_^ voting this one a bunch!

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      thanks mama kim,great to hear that you like eating paneer recipes, and i hope my hub help you to make paneer at home itself.

      thanks for voting it up and hope that you will go for a try..................

      keep in touch

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      anil 4 years ago

      Great thing, thanks for sharing with us.

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      thanks anil for your comments, try to make at home and share with your family.

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      Dil Vil 4 years ago from India

      The hub looks great! the pics are very good. I like paneer, thanks for the clear instructions about how to make paneer. I have few paneer recipe hubs, go through and am gonna write more panner recipes as well.

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      viewfinders 4 years ago from God's own country(kerala)

      thanks for your valuable comments,sure i will goes through your hubs

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