पनिर (Paneer)

 800.00 /kg


Total fat 26.9g

Saturated fat 18.1g

Cholesterol 56.2mg

Sodium 22.1mg

Total carbohydrates 6.1g

Sugar free

Protein 19.1g

Vitamin A 210mcg

Calcium 420mg

Iron 2.16 mg

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  • Made from buffalo milk
  • Made from Natural milk
  • 55% water and 45% solid In 100 % total value
  • Stored for not more than 6 days at 10c
  • Nutritional information per 100g

Buffalo milk is extremely rich in calcium, and is a good source of minerals like magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus. Paneer, analogue to cottage cheese, is an indigenous coagulated
milk product prepared by the addition of organic acid to milk at higher temperature. This product is mostly prepared from coagulation of buffalo milk at boiling temperature. In the present investigation an attempt was made to study the effect of coagulation temperatures and strength of coagulant on the quality and quantity of paneer prepared from buffalo milk.

Paneer, a popular indigenous dairy product of Nepal, is similar to an unripened variety of soft cheese which is used in the preparation of a variety of culinary dishes and snacks. It is obtained by heat and acid coagulation of milk, entrapping almost all the fat, casein complexed with denatured whey proteins and a portion of salts and lactose. Paneer is marble white in appearance, having firm, cohesive and spongy body with a close-knit texture and a sweetish-acidic-nutty flavour. Preparation of paneer using different types of milk and varied techniques results in wide variation in physico-chemical, microbiological and sensory quality of the product. Paneer blocks of required size are packaged in laminated plastic pouches, preferably vacuum packaged, heat sealed and stored under refrigeration. Paneer keeps well for about a day at ambient temperature and for about a week under refrigeration (7 °C). The spoilage of paneer is mainly due to bacterial action. Successful attempts have been made to enhance the shelf life of paneer. This review deals with the history, method of manufacture, factors affecting the quality, physico-chemical changes during manufacture, chemical composition and nutritional profile, packaging and shelf life of paneer.



Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 7 cm