This was not my first time making noodles, but it was the first attempt that was successful. I got the basis for the noodle recipe from an old recipe book I picked up at a garage sale, and the inspiration from the filling came from whatever I found in my fridge. These turned out simply delicious, and if you have a few extra hours on hand for dinner, I highly recommend trying your hand at tortellini. Continue reading
The key to a green palak paneer is to not overcook the spinach. Or, you can blanch the spinach before adding it to the recipe.
For the paneer:
- 1 gallon whole or 2% milk
- 1/3-1/4 cup lemon juice or vinegar
Pour the milk into a large pot on the stove and stir it until it’s about to boil. Remove from heat and slowly stir in the acid of your choice. You will probably not need to use all 1/3 cups of the vinegar/lemon juice. Stir until the curds separate from the whey, then drain slowly into a strainer lined with cheese cloth. (most clean dish-drying cloths should work for this) Run cool water over the paneer and then squeeze the cheese cloth as much as you can. Carefully place the paneer on a large piece of plastic wrap and form into a sort of square shape. Pile as many books on top of it as you can, then start on the palak. Continue reading