It is a soft, non-matured cheese produced by the acid coagulation of fresh milk. At Oxygen Acres, precise application of time and temperature produces a very aromatic, soft and crumbly product that goes well with all your dishes.
Happy Panyr makes a very good source of protein and calcium. It offers 25% of the daily value of protein and 25% of the calcium that an average adult should consume. It is also very rich in fat and cholesterol.
Approximate values for 100gms of Happy Panyr produced from Happy Milk:
Dating back to Ancient India, Panyr remains the most common type of cheese used in traditional cuisines. The use of Panyr is more common in Indian cuisine due to the prominence of milk in their dishes. It is very popular when wrapped in dough and deep-fried or served with either spinach (palak paneer) or peas (mattar paneer).
Some common paneer dishes:
- Mattar panyr (panyr with peas)
- SaagPalak panyr (panyr with spinach)
- Shahi panyr (panyr cooked in a rich, Mughlai curry)
- Shahi tukda (a dessert made by frying panyr)
- Panyr tikka (a vegetarian version of chicken tikka, panyr placed on skewers and roasted)
- Kadai panyr
- Chili Panyr (with spicy chilies, onions and green peppers, usually served dry and garnished with spring onions)
- Panyr pakora (Panyr fritters)
- Panyr Capsicum (Panyr and Bell Peppers in Raisin Creme Sauce)