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Paneer & Masala Paneer

Paneer is available in two variants -Panner and Masala Panner.


1. Paneer is a great source of calcium, which is helpful in maintaining strong teeth and bones. Due to its low lactose content, it protects the teeth against harmful sugars.

2. Paneer. contains Vitamin D, which along with calcium, facilitates in preventing cavities and wearing down of the tooth enamel. Hence, regular consumption of cottage
cheese is helpful in preserving good dental health.

3. Intake of Paneer prevents osteoporosis that is caused due to the deficiency of calcium. Osteoporosis is common in women undergoing menopause, elderly people and
children suffering from malnutrition. Cottage cheese is a rich source of protein, calcium, and vitamins which are necessary for proper bone health

4. Paneer promotes strong bones and also helps to prevent and reduce back and joint problems.

5. Paneer is the storehouse of calcium and makes your bones stronger and helps men and women as they age against brittle bones. Hillman’s new dairy business,
the Hillmans Dairy Division, is one of our new ventures. Our dairy products include milk, curd,, flavoured milk, etc.

Masala Paneer

Dating back to ancient India, paneer remains the most common type of cheese used in traditional South Asian cuisines. The use of paneer is more common in
Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh due to the prominence of milk in their cuisine. It is sometimes wrapped in dough and deep-fried or served with either
spinach (palak paneer) or peas (mattar paneer).

The well-known rasgulla features plain chhana beaten by hand and shaped into balls which are soaked in syrup. The sana/chhana/chhena used in such cases
is manufactured by a slightly different procedure from paneer; it is drained but not pressed, so that some moisture is retained, which makes for a soft,
malleable consistency. It may, however, be pressed slightly into small cubes and curried to form a dalna in Maithili,Oriya and Bengali cuisines.
Cubes of paneer in a salad served in an Indian restaurant in Mumbai