Everest Dairies, one of the leading manufacturers of paneer and other dairy products in the UK, has always been known for its quality and innovation. Their products utilise only the freshest British milk produced in their network of farms. Using just the best UK-sourced pasteurised milk, Everest Dairies now offers Everest Paneer Full Fat Soft Cheese and other selections of yoghurt, and dairy-based products.
When you buy paneer, also known as Indian cottage cheese, consider that it is a dairy cooking essential for Indian cuisine. This traditional Indian cooking cheese is made from curdled milk and is not aged; that is why it is a soft cheese. It is also a great choice if you are a vegetarian. Check out our recommended recipes below for a vegan dish that you can try at home.
Everest paneer’s robust flavour is a perfect complement for your favourite dishes. You can add some slices of it into your curry dish or char-grill some cheese cubes and toss it with your salad.
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Nutritional Content of Everest Paneer Full Fat Soft Cheese
- Energy – 1438kj/347kcal
- Fat – 27.7g (of which 17.4g saturates)
- Carbohydrates – 4.1g (of which 3.9g is sugar)
- Fibre – 1.3g
- Protein – 20.9g
- Salt – 0.5g
Storage and Usage:
Keep refrigerated and consume in three (3) days after opening for best quality.
Dietary and Lifestyle:
This product contains milk.
Everest Paneer Recipe Suggestions
Everest Paneer Wrap
- Everest Paneer Full Fat Soft Cheese, cut into cubes
- 2 tbsp. vegetable oil
- 1 in. grated ginger
- 3 cloves minced garlic
- 1 green chilli, remove seeds, and mince
- 1 onion (small), sliced
- 1 green and red pepper, strips
- 2 carrots, thin strips
- 150g peas
- 1 teaspoon sea salt, garam masala, and chilli powder
- 1/2 tsp. ground cumin
- 2 tbsp. chopped cilantro/coriander
- Lemon juice (half lemon only)
- 4 chapattis or flour tortillas
- Coriander and chilli raita for serving
- In a large frying pan, medium heat, sauté garlic, onion, ginger, and chilli in vegetable oil for 3 minutes or until the garlic turns golden brown, and the other ingredients soften. Stir well.
- Add the carrots, peas, and red pepper. Then season with salt and add the garam masala, cumin, and hot chilli powder. Continue frying until the vegetables are semi-cooked.
- For the final cooking step, add the slices of Everest Paneer Full Fat Soft Cheese, coriander (chopped), and lemon juice. Stir for another 2 to 3 minutes.
- Toast the chapattis or tortillas in a large frying pan, enough to soften them a bit.
- Spread coriander and chilli raita on each warmed chapatti or tortilla, top with a layer of spinach (blanched), add a spoonful of the vegetable and paneer filling, and roll up to enclose.
- Once you finish preparing your paneer wraps, wrap each with greaseproof/baking parchment and foil. Serve warm and enjoy!