Chocolate peda/chocolate mawa peda is perfect to grace your festive sweet platter this Diwali! Make some and spread the love & sweetness with friends and family through these delicious Chocolate Indian milk fudge.
This chocolate peda is just a variation of the regular peda made with mawa ( evaporated milk solids) with the addition of cocoa powder. It is creamy, chocolaty, rich and just melts in the mouth. You can use the same recipe to make burfi instead, simply spread the mixture in a greased plate up to 1/2 inch in height. Let it cool and cut into pieces. Continue reading →
Burfi/ Peda’s are khoya/khoa (milk solids) based Indian fudge. Besides the plain ones , they come in varieties of flavors. It’s the season of the king of fruits in India, yes none other than the sweet and addictive mangoes, so fitting for that title! So today’s burfi is flavored with mango, and we have Mango burfi!
Pedas are basically an Indian milk fudge, prepared from mava/khoya ( milk solids) and sugar, mostly flavored with cardamom. There are so many different kind of pedas such as malai peda, chocolate peda, mango peda, mawa peda, Mathura peda so forth and so on. Basically you can add your own flavors and make your own unique flavored peda. Today, I’d like to share one of my favorites- Kesar peda. Continue reading →
Kulfi is basically a rich and creamy, traditional Indian ice cream. It is prepared by evaporating sweetened milk, with continuous stirring until the milk is reduced to almost half its quantity. During this laborious process, the sugars caramelize which give kulfi it’s distinct taste. The thickened milk is then poured into kulhars ( kulfi molds ) and placed in an ice + salt mixture, which facilitate the freezing of kulfi’s. Kulfi’s are available in all sorts of flavors – saffron, pistachios, rose, almond, custard apple, mango etc. Well, I love all of them 🙂 Let’s learn how to make no-cook kesar pista kulfi, today! Continue reading →
Sharing with you guys a super simple dessert recipe- Badam pista burfi! Traditionally most Indian sweets use mawa / khoya be it in burfi’s , peda’s etc. Mawa is nothing but evaporated milk solids. It is easily available in most Indian stores. But I have skipped using mawa in this recipe and used condensed milk instead. The coarse almond and pistachio powder give a lovely texture almost similar to the authentic Indian burfi/fudge. These are perfect for the upcoming festivities or simply enjoy it for a fuss-free, sweet treat. Continue reading →