Thursday, October 22, 2009

Microwave Milk Peda

Hope you all had a wonderful Diwali!

I made these pedas and i took the recipe from Lazzat and it was easy and yummy. I followed the recipe with very slight moderation.


Ingredients:
Milk powder - 2 cups
Sweetened condensed milk - 1 can (14oz)
Butter - 3 spoons
Cardamom powder - 2,3 pinches
Saffron - few strings
Unsalted Roasted Nuts (of your choice) - to garnish.

Method : Take the butter in a microwave safe bowl and melt it for a minute. Add the milk powder, condensed milk, cardamom powder and crushed saffron and mix well. Heat in the microwave for approximately 5 minutes stirring every minute. You should heat it till you get a slightly crumbly texture as it will harden up little more when it cools down. Let it cool.
Apply some ghee to your palms and roll them and flatten them. Garnish with nuts.
I did not have the patience to wait till it cooled down so i could not get the perfect shape :-( Also, it tasted great but i could still smell the milk powder slightly, probably because i used a different brand this time as i did not find Nestle milk powder. That didn't stop me from eating them though :-)
Along with this i made Ribbon Pakoda and Channa daal payasam for diwali, but i dont have a good pic of ribbon. Will post the payasam soon.
Sending this to Sweet Series



36 comments:

sowmya.s said...

yummy...diwali is not yet over in the blogging world.isn't it?

Padma said...

Looks so yummy ... can you believe we just finished 5 batch of these pedas with the help of my friend just now and logged in to find yours... prepared it for a diwali get together this weekend ... hope you had a great Diwali :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I too have tried this,but result was not like urs,i got bit sticky :P

Hope u had a wonderful Diwali :)

Tina said...

Perfect in shape and looks very yummy. Very easy MW method....

Sanghi said...

Wow.. yumyum peda.. ;)

Cham said...

Made pedas but from scratch this time! Everyone favo , right?

jeyashrisuresh said...

I too have tried this during last diwali,but i tried using milk in kadai.didnt come out well.will try this soon.Looks yummy.Send the plate filled with pedas soon.

Prathibha said...

Looks simple n yummy..nice color

K said...

Nice to see you back:) How have you been?

The pedas look great. I had googled Doodh Peda sometime back and found various complicated procedures. thanks for this one:)

jayasree said...

Delicious.. You have shaped it well.

Priya said...

Pedas looks cute and yummy..

Vrinda said...

Not a fan of pedas,but urs looks so tempting,soft and yumm...Hope u had a gr8 Diwali..

Archy said...

yummy !! love milk peda.. nice tempting pics !!

Bijoy said...

Dear Sir/Madam

We are a group of youngsters from cochin who are currently doing a website on kerala. which we plan to make the most informative resource available. our website is http://enchantingkerala.org .

you could find more about us and our project here: http://enchantingkerala.org/about-us.php

we came across your website:http://vibaas-world.blogspot.com/

We found your website interesting and noted that the content in your webpage and ours could complement each other. So we kindly request you to have a look at our website and provide a link to it if you think its worth linking to. Ofcourse we'll reciprocate by adding a link to your webpage from ours.

as you can see ours is a collaborative venture wherein many people from different walks of life participate. we also welcome you to be a part of our site, you could help the project by writing articles, providing photos and videos, subscribing to our content and also by recommending it to your friends and relatives.

pls free to contact me for any further clarification needed or even if its just to say hi.


warm regards


For Enchanting Kerala

Bibbi Cletus


Format to be used for linking to Enchanting Kerala.org

Kerala's Finest Portal : Kerala Information

Chitra said...

i too have tried this..Mine became a little hard..will try this version..Looks very nice..

bindiya said...

Got no words to say-except looks simply mouthwatering!

Happy cook said...

Wow in MW and it looks so yumm.

Parita said...

Wow peda looks perfect!

Jaishree said...

Looks so yummy..hope you had a great Diwali :)

Nags said...

wow! they don't look like they were made so quickly!

Vibaas said...

thanks all :)

raji, add more milk powder than what you did and it wont be sticky.

San!!! said...

Neatly presented n nice shaped pedas

Ramya Bala said...

lovely pedas..hey vidhya..nee nestle use panni irudhalam milk powder smell kandippa varuthu :)))) but its really really yummy illa :)

Yasmeen said...

Those are some quick and easy pedas,a sweet festive treat :D

K said...

You are too much!;)

ARUNA said...

excellent shape Vidya...very tempting!!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow.....extremely soft and yum looking peda's....

Usha said...

The pedhas look tempting, I have tried this microwave version in the past and loved it ! Your pedhas reminded me I haven't made this for a long while now....

Nithya Praveen said...

Its so wonderful...so easy to make too.Hope u are doing fine....its been a while i blogged thought to take a peep:)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

oh my.. they look wonderful!

Aps said...

Hey viba.... i was thinking of making these pedas today..... had just seen some recipe yest... nd today i see them in urs... they luk induldging :).... U have a gr8 blog :)

Akkila said...

WOW!!! peda using MW...sounds great n easy...lovely shape n mouth watering too :-)

Hema said...

Hi Vidya,

I have a query: Can this peda be made out of a non-convection Microwave?
I do not have the convection mode.I can not make cakes.
Pl let me know :)

Love
Hema

Vibaas said...

Hema, yes. i have the regular mw only.

Hema said...

Thanks Vidya. I will make it and update you :-)

Love
Hema

Binitha said...

looks so inviting...yumm!
enjoyed looking through your blog and
happy to follow you
do visit my space when time permits

Cheers,
Binitha
yourstastefully.blogspot.com

LinkWithin Related Stories Widget for Blogs