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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Kesar Malai Peda (Sweet milk balls with Saffron)

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When you are home  away from home you miss so many things. But in this electronic age, you can google anything and found everything. I used to love peda when I was young and was in India. Since last few days I was craving to eat something sweet after diner, although I am not much in to sweets but sometimes I like to nibble something. I was thinking to make something yummy. I was just staring in the fridge what to use and what to make, I saw half used Ricotta Cheese container and I thought Let's make Peda. And here we go after 45 minutes of labor I have Kesar Malai Peda for you and me too.

Ingredients:
16 oz. Ricotta cheese ( I always buy Part Skim so I use that)
1/4 cup Sugar (or depend upon your sweet tooth)
few strings of saffron
cardamom powder
Almonds to garnish

Method:
Heat a non stick pan, add Ricotta in it.
Cook on low flame till all the water is gone and it becomes one solid lump.
Add sugar, saffron and cardamom powder and again cook it.
Don't forget to mix it constantly , you need a strong hand for this.
Cook it till sugar dissolves and mixture thickens and leaves the sides of the pan,
Transfer it in to dish and wait till it cools down little. Apply ghee on your hands and make balls out of it and put your thumb in the middle and make space for almonds.
Serve and enjoy the yummy sweet balls.




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12 comments:

  1. I love peda too.. Loved to buy it from the shop near school everyday. Love the looks of your peda too...

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  2. Thanks so much for linking this up!! This is one of my fav too :))

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  3. Thank you very much for linking!!! You can visit my page after 2 or 3 hours from this time... :) I made these same balls sday, writing up ... :)

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  4. Thank so so so much for bringing this to the aprty. This is the diwali fav :)

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  5. Saffron is used as medicine Cough, Asthma, Fever, Epilepsy Patients, Pimples/Acne and Skin diseases, Alcoholism, Tuberculosis, Cataract and skin diseases.
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  6. buy best quality saffron at your door step. kesar is good for health and this best for pregnant women for his child. kesar is Indian name of saffron.

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  8. so aromatic and so flavorful... picture perfect.. Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

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