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Palak paneer is a popular Indian dish made with spinach and paneer, a type of Indian cottage cheese. The dish is believed to have originated in the Punjab region of India and is now popular all over the country. Palak paneer is often served with rice or roti, a type of Indian flatbread.
The dish is thought to have originated in the Punjab region of India, where spinach is a popular vegetable. Palak paneer is made by cooking spinach in a spices and then adding paneer. The dish can also be made with other greens such as mustard greens or chard.
Paneer is a type of Indian cottage cheese that is made by curdling milk with lemon juice or vinegar. The paneer is then drained and pressed to remove any excess water. Paneer is a popular ingredient in Indian cuisine and is used in many dishes such as palak paneer, channa masala, and saag paneer.
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