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Dudh Peda Toffee

dudh milk peda
As kids, we would crave for milk toffees, without any worries of cavities or weight gain. The temptation of relishing toffees would awaken the child in each one of us even today, isn't it? I tried to make milk toffees so you can offer your kids home-made sweets, but ended up making pedas.

Nevertheless the end product is delicious, so I am happy with whatever I have ended up making. Shall try making dudh toffees again :)









Here's the simple recipe of dudh peda toffee:

1 cup- condensed milk (made at home - 2 cups of milk mixed with 3-4 tbsp of milk powder)
1 small piece - gur (jaggery) - you may add sugar as per your taste
1/2 cup- almond powder
1 tsp- ghee
elaichi (green cardamom)

dudh peda
Procedure

  1. Mix milk powder with milk & elaichi and keep it on low flame.
  2. Keep stirring so that it doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan.
  3. When the milk is reduced to half, add almond powder and ghee.
  4. Keep stirring until it gathers like a mass.
  5. Do not stop stirring.
  6. Let the mass become completely dry.
  7. Switch off the flame and place the dough on aluminum foil.
  8. Make desired shapes. Have your kids enjoy these delicacies.

If you want to try traditional Mathura peda recipe, click here!


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