10 responses

  1. satish
    May 1, 2010

    Curd is not same as paneer in India.

  2. Prat
    July 22, 2010

    I find many flaws in the above info esp the cases in India

  3. karuna
    July 8, 2011

    You can also make curd from different milk.

    • alok gupta
      April 23, 2013

      you can make curd from different milk but not the indian dahi which we eat at home can be made from every milk

  4. Braja Sorensen
    August 17, 2012

    Yeah, sorry, but this entire article is flawed by the misconception that yogurt is different from curd, and that curd is the same as paneer.

    The Sanskrit word is dadhi, Hindi dahi, Bengali doy: means yogurt. Paneer is different again.

    In North India, they call yogurt curd; in Bengal, they call it doy (the Bengali pronunciation for dahi), and they call paneer “chana,” not to be confused with channa dahl.

    So yes there’s a difference, but you’ve got it all wrong and have only added to the confusion.

  5. alok gupta
    April 23, 2013

    actually you have tried to explain the difference, but somehow you manage to give some information but still its incomplete or your presentation is not perfect, article should be like everyone praise it, some how the previous comment also strength ed my view, so, read it, & try write it in more presentable with some additional information

  6. varun shrivastava
    February 15, 2014

    Whomsoever has written this blog please do your homework first many of the things written in this are not true specially indian parts.. no one call dahi as paneer n many thins firstly do homework nicely n then post d blog

  7. Nidhi
    April 15, 2015

    Dahi is same as yogyrt. Dahi means curd. It is made by adding lactobascillus bacteria to the milk. Paneer is different. Paneer is cottage cheese made by adding vinegar or lemon in hot milk and then draining the whey.

    • Aftab
      June 29, 2015

      Dear nidhi, what you write is ok but can you explain why we make paneer, we can use butter instead of paneer

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