Paneer is one of the most widely used ingredient in many Indian dishes. Paneer is widely used in the form of paneer recipe. It is prepared by curdling of milk. While paneer is generally good for health, some set of people need to exercise caution while taking paneer.
Rich in Nutrients - paneer is rich in both high quality protein and B-vitamins. paneer is, therefore, an excellent substitute for meat in many vegetarian recipes. As opposed to soya milk, tofu contains a lot of calcium. This calcium originates from the coagulant (nigari). When making paneer, the soy proteins are precipitated with calcium, providing tofu with a ready source of calcium. Calcium in paneer contributes to the prevention of osteoporosis.
Paneer is an excellent source of high quality protein and and contains some B-vitamins. If calcium sulphate is used as coagulant then the paneer will be rich source of calcium. As all whole soya products, tofu also contains isoflavones.
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