Mmmmmm. mm looks yummy. Waiting to see where you used this yumminess. Enjoy ur weekend.
Pavani, I got a surprisingly small chunk from 1/2 a gallon of milk. So I marinated them in tandoori spices, made a simple desi style tomato gravy and topped it on pizza :)Have a great weekend.
wow, that looks superb dear, what an innovation, love it.
Nice click ...looks so gud
Looks fine n lovely snaps!
this looks lovely !
Thank you all. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
How do you grow mint at home?
Sudha, I bought the potted herb from the local organic store and moved it to a bigger planter at home. One experiment that I'm doing now is, I soaked the thicker stems from a bunch of store bought mint in water to help them grow roots. But when I moved them to the pot they don't seem to be doing good. Not sure if it was the colder temps last week or if they cannot be grown that way. The plants from the store thrive really well though.
hey how do you get that grainless smooth looking paneer? let us know how you make it.
Arathi, I think the grain/texture on the surface comes from the cloth used to hold the cheese curds, in this case a cotton fabric. Traditional cheesecloth would have given the paneer a mesh like exterior.
Interesting I never thought of making Flavored panner. Will definetly try it.http://veggidelight.blogspot.com/http://www.dateleaf.com/chatpad/smitha.html
pure perfection! love the photograph!
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