Firstly, heat the milk. Let it simmer on low heat. Once thick, add fresh cream or condensed milk.
Adjacently, make a sugar syrup and once sugar has melted add the grated Paneer to the syrup. Let the Paneer cook in the syrup till it is thick and coats the spoon.
Now add the Paneer to the thick, creamy milk and keep stirring till the pudding becomes nice and thick. You can leave it as it is for an Indian style kheer or add 2 tbsps of custard powder to make it taste like an exotic dessert. Remove from fire.
Finally, add the vanilla essence.
Pour the ready paneer custard pudding into individual glasses, mason jars or serve in a bowl.
Garnish with almond slivers, cocoa powder, sprinkles, choco-chips or tuck in a tiny cube of Paneer for added flavour.
You can serve it warm or chilled according to weather and taste.
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Paneer can be cubed
Add sugar according to taste and addition of condensed milk
Garnish with your choice of ingredients.
For an Indian flavour, add saffron strands, leave the custard.