Paneer & Queso Blanco Cheese Making Kit
Make mild traditional Indian paneer and crumbly Mexican queso blanco with this kit. A perfect introduction to making cheese at home. Just add milk!
*Packaging may vary
Included in each kit:
- 4 ounces Citric Acid
- 1 yard Butter Muslin
- Instruction and Recipe Booklet
Ingredients and Allergen Information:
- Please refer to the individual product pages for the ingredients and allergen information of each item included in the kit.
- This kit contains no GMO ingredients
Shelf-life and Storage Information
- Store in a cool, dry place: Citric Acid
What Our Customers Are Saying
Worked well for first-time cheese-making, and made it easier to figure out what substitute materials I could try next time.
This was a great value...especially with the downloadable directions! Very short delivery time considering the distance...very satisfied ^_^
I ordered this kit because I want to branch out from my yogurt-making into making my own cheese, as well. First, before I get to the minutiae, let me tell you that I finished my first batch of paneer today. It was SO easy! The instruction book was very clear, the process was very easy and the cheese turned out great. I was able to slice and fry it for an Indian curry tonight.
Now, here's the nitty gritty:
* The thermometer that comes in the kit is super tiny (and the face on mine was scratched pretty badly when it arrived, anyway). I have a large-face yogurt thermometer that I prefer to use. You will NOT need this with the paneer, but you will with the queso. Probably better off buying a large face thermometer on your own.
* The butter muslin is really nice and they give you a very generous amount. I already had one, but mine is much smaller.
* There is a nice-size bag of powdered citric acid.
* The instruction book is very well written and easy to follow.
Now, given all of this, you're probably better off to go buy your own butter muslin, citric acid and thermometer of your choice. If you already have one (or more) of the items in this kit, don't buy it. However, if you have nothing, are absolutely new to the world of cheesemaking and don't know the first thing about buying any of this stuff on your own, then I'd spend the money.
In all, it's a nice kit. I just wish I'd had the confidence (and common sense!) to realize that I already had most of these components in my kitchen. :-)