How is paneer manufactured and become an essential part of people’s diet?
Dairy Farming is expanding day by day due to the increasing demand for milk. In earlier times, it was tough to make butter, curd, cream, etc., from the liquid form of milk, but not now. It has become very straightforward with the help of modern machinery like Milk Processing Equipment.
Khoya is the most eatable dessert in India. It takes too much time to prepare. Therefore, scientists made many systems, such as the khoya Making Machine that made the milk getting process very simple and fast. A paneer cutting machine is also a unique gift by technology. It is challenging to cut the paneer manually when required on a large scale.
Paneer is a south Asian kind of cheese. In earlier times, to make cheese from milk, the milk was first heated, and then vinegar or lemon was added to it to make it thick. Then, stir for some time. After that, when it gets thicker, pour it into a big container with the help of a net. Then, put it into a large bowl for freezing. After many hours it is ready to eat. It is rich in fat, proteins, vitamins, and minerals.
Market Value of Paneer
As of 2014-19, the cheese market has grown to 12.5%. The major factors influencing its market development are the growing population, urbanization rate, cold supply chain, and deep freezer penetration. It is the most used ingredient in severely Indian cuisines such as paneer tikka and paneer butter masala, vegetables, etc. It is also eaten in the form of raw, deep-fried, and also a part of a plethora of Indian sweets. So soon, the demand for paneer will be increased by 10-20%.
What are the advantages of adding paneer into your diet?
- It will help to mitigate the risk of breast cancer.
- It is also helpful to make your bones and teeth stronger.
- Paneer is also beneficial to maintaining the sugar level in the human body.
- For people who want to lose weight and have a healthy diet, paneer is the best ingredient that helps you control your weight.
- It also allows our digestive system to work correctly.
How is paneer manufactured in the modern era?
- Firstly, the milk is collected from milk vendors and stored in large containers or tanks that contain automatic boilers that heat the milk. This continues until the milk is not boiled at 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Secondly, the milk is upgraded into the freezing tank. When it reaches 75-80 degrees temperature, it will turn into a new container or tank.
- Then, some protective substances are added to keep it hygienic such as citric, lactic acid, and coagulant. Now, it is gently stirred and separated in another tank.
- After that coagulated mass is turned into a paneer press, this press is used to drain the left water. After this, it is ready to cut into pieces and supplied to the market for use.
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