Now, what can i tell about Jay? I m dumbstruck when it comes to her photography. And then the choice of recipes that one finds at her space is nothing less than a plethora. She seems to have taken full advantage of living abroad when it comes to cooking food from around the world. Such is the diversity of her blog s recipe index. What more should i say? Her blog bears testimony to her penchant for food. So, hop on over to her space, try a few recipes and kick up a storm in the kitchen! In the meanwhile, let me tell you all about her super quick super delicious milk peda.
Recipe For Microwave Milk Peda
( Indian milk fudge)
Prep Time: 25 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Yields 21 medium pedas
Source: Sizzling Veggies
Condensed milk 1 can or 400 g
Milk powder 1.75 cups
Unsalted Butter 60 g
Cardamom powder a large pinch
Saffron 4 strands
Roasted almonds for garnish
In a microwave safe bowl, heat butter, cardamom and saffron for a min on high.
Now, add the condensed milk and milk powder and mix well.
Microwave on high for a min.
Take out and stir well.
Repeat the stirring after every 1 min of microwaving for 3 more times. The microwave temperature may vary. But you will know the fudge is ready when it bubbles up, comes together and becomes thicker to stir. This took me 4 mins on microwave with stirring in between 1 min.
Once done, let it cool completely.
After cooling, grease your hands with ghee and shape them as you please.
Gently press an almond on top.
Transfer to an air tight container and enjoy!
The peda becomes hard when refrigerated. Just put it out for a while before you serve and you are good to go!
Sona - Quick Picks says
yummy pedas..happy to follow ur blog
Thanks Anu…the pedas are looking awesome and I wish I can try some right now!
Shama Nagarajan says
i would love to try this out…yummy recipe<br /><br />Ongoing event:<br /> <a href="http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.in/2013/03/celebrate-easter-event.html" rel="nofollow">Celebrate – Easter</a><br />in my blog.
Veena Theagarajan says
I like this quick verion
Though I am not a big fan of pedas, these look wonderful..
Priya Sreeram says
i have never attempted MW sweets; this one looks easy enuf to cross that barrier 🙂