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If a recipe calls for fresh made Paneer to make rasgullas is it OK to substitute with the paneer that is sold in packages in stores?
Thanks
Query posted by : Alka on 23-Jul-2015

I have no idea of the paneer in the US. The important thing in rasgulla making is that the paneer should be made of cow's milk, and the less rich in fat the better.

If a recipe calls for fresh made Paneer to make rasgullas is it OK to substitute with the paneer that is sold in packages in stores?
Thanks
Query posted by : Alka on 23-Jul-2015

I have no idea of the paneer in the US. The important thing in rasgulla making is that the paneer should be made of cow's milk, and the less rich in fat the better.

If a recipe calls for fresh made Paneer to make rasgullas is it OK to substitute with the paneer that is sold in packages in stores?
Thanks
Query posted by : Alka on 23-Jul-2015

I have no idea of the paneer in the US. The important thing in rasgulla making is that the paneer should be made of cow's milk, and the less rich in fat the better.

If a recipe calls for fresh made Paneer to make rasgullas is it OK to substitute with the paneer that is sold in packages in stores?
Thanks
Query posted by : Alka on 23-Jul-2015

I have no idea of the paneer in the US. The important thing in rasgulla making is that the paneer should be made of cow's milk, and the less rich in fat the better.

If a recipe calls for fresh made Paneer to make rasgullas is it OK to substitute with the paneer that is sold in packages in stores?
Thanks
Query posted by : Alka on 23-Jul-2015

I have no idea of the paneer in the US. The important thing in rasgulla making is that the paneer should be made of cow's milk, and the less rich in fat the better.
 
 

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