Festive season has started with our Ganesh chaturthi and now its Navratri, whole market is flooded with sweets and mithai. So here I am with some special sweet made at home. Full of hygiene and taste. Made way cheaper than the shop. No compromise on taste either.
As the name suggests malai peda how do you get the malai do you use malai or not you will get to know in this blog so keep scrolling the recipe.
I bet no one will ever notice that it’s homemade, that’s the level of perfection here. No iam not boosting you will find it yourself.
When you are complemented for your effort it’s worth everything. No khoya or mawa used here a very instant version of peda you will get.so let’s get started
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- 250 grams Paneer/ cottage cheese
- 1 cup milk powder
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1 tablespoon ghee/clarified butter
- 1 teaspoon elaichi powder/ Cardamom
- Powdered pista/ pistachios for garnish
- Take a non stick pan add ghee and pour milk in it
- Bring to a boil
- Now add in milk powder, mix it well
- After that add grated paneer, sugar and mix continuously till the mixture comes together well and leaves the pan
- Off the flame add elaichi powder Mix it well. This takes around 15 minutes , keep the flame low while cooking
- Let it cool down a bit, and take a small lemon size portion of the mixture and shape them into a flat peda
- Sprinkle pista powder and press it
- Malai peda is ready for the festival, so enjoy these homemade pedas.