|home made khoya|
Well, it is a simple, yet time-taking process. Of course, the end result is worth all your efforts.
Khoya is a must-include ingredient in most Indian sweets. In fact, there are hardly any sweets that do not use khoya.
I learned it from my nani.
(matenal grand mom)
It's a very simple recipe:
1 cup milk ( I use skimmed milk, you may take full-fat/cream milk)
1/2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp- ghee
How To Make Khoya Procedure
- Boil milk and then add the other two ingredients.
- Mix well & stir
- Keep stirring.
- Do not leave it much, as there is a high risk of burning, especially as milk gets thickened.
- Keep stirring and stirring and stirring until milk dries up, leaving a mass behind.
- Stir well and your home made khoya is ready.
You can make khoya burfi with it or add khoya to coconut and make coconut burfi/ladoo. I make almond fudge/ burfi as well with this.
You may even make suji/ semolina fudge with this. Options are galore. Keep exploring :)