22 Nov 2015


Hello everyone 

Festive season is on its peak these days one after another , festivals are knocking every other day. And without sweets, festivals are incomplete. Today I have a very easy yet super yummy sweet which I made with cuddled milk. Accidentally one litre milk got cuddled and I thought why not to try something new with this and suddenly dimag ki batti jali and the outcome is tempting delicious malai laddoos. These are so easy to make that even an amateur can make it perfectly and also is perfect use of cuddled milk. This is a perfect tasty and eye treat to sweet tooth.
Step wise recipe is  given below, hope you will definitely try this.


Yield: 12-15 pcs
Time : 20 mins


1 cup fresh chhena ( crumbled cottage cheese made of 1lt milk)
3/4 cup milk powder
1/4 cup sugar
2 tbsp milk
1 tsp ghee 
1/2 tsp kewda essence ( optional)
12-15 strands of saffron (kesar), soaked in 1 tsp warm milk


Heat a nonstick wok at low heat and add chhena. Let it be warm then add sugar, ghee , milk and milk powder.

 Mix well and cook till it become little dry and starts leaving edges of wok and not leaving water trail behind it. Switch off the flame and let it get warm. 

Now add kewda essence and mix well. 
Grease your hand with some ghee and Make laddoos of desired size . Now garnish it with saffron strands and serve.

 Your delicious sweet is ready in minutes. Whenever you have cuddled milk at your home and wondering what to do, then try this and win praises. 

Make sure to use fresh chhena to make this sweet . As moisture of fresh paneer is must for a perfect malai texture of the sweet. While straining whey from chhena don't squeeze hard . 
You can increase or decrease sugar as per your taste. 
Kewda essence can also be replaced by cardamom powder.

This is a perfect festive sweet, as takes minimum time and is much more delicious than store bought ones. 

Hope you all will love this delectable sweet recipe and definitely love to try once. Please pour your valuable comments and suggestions here, they meant a lot.

Happy cooking....

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