Indian cuisine isn’t known for its use of cheese, with one important exception: Paneer.
Paneer is one of those nonmelting curd cheeses, so many Indian cooks will fry cubes of the cheese in a small amount of oil and then use it as a savory source of protein in many different kinds of curries, including saag paneer, the paneer dish with which most Americans are familiar.
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