4.11.10

Kalakand

Shubh Deepavali !!!!!!!!!!! to all my friends and fellow bloggers.Hope this festival of lights enrich your life with all the best things in the world!!!!




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Ingredients;
Ricotta cheese-250 gms
Condensed milk-50-75mls
Milk powder-2tsp
Cardamom powder-11/2tsp
Pistachios for garnishing.


Mix the cheese,milk powder and condensed milk in a pan.Now heat it and keep on stirring it.Once the mix boils,sim the flame and let the mix thicken.Continously stir it.When it will have the consistency of an upma.Switch off the flame.Add cardamom powder.Mix it well and when cooled down layer it in a square shaped box with thickness of 1 inch.Garnish top with pistachios.Refrigerate it for 2 to 3 hours.Cut into desired shapes.It makes 8 to 9 pieces.
Njoi with family and friends!!!!!!!!!!!






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16 comments:

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious to snack yummy

kothiyavunu.com said...

delicious kalakand..wish u & ur family too a happy diwali!!

Pushpa said...

Both Kalakand and Urad dal vada look delicious.Happy Diwali to you...

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Smitha said...

delicious and reminds me of childhood!!...
Happy Diwali!

Priya said...

Wishing u a happy and prosperous diwali. Both kalakand and vada tempts me a lot..

An Open Book said...

the vada is making me drool

Kalyani said...

Looks delicious ...
Wishing u happy diwali .......

Kairali sisters said...

Happy Diwali..Kalakand looks yumm..

Treat and Trick said...

Looks yummy! Happy Diwali to you and family..

Ananda Rajashekar said...

You know Biny, Kalakand is very famous in my native place A.P I have grown up eating the sweet nostalgic they look brilliant Very Happy Diwali Biny :)

Nitha said...

delicous...

aipi said...

Belated diwali wishes dear..
Both kalakand and vadas look very very delicious!

Fathima said...

wow... didn't know it was this easy to make kalakand...

belesaaru said...

Looks delicious and yummy!

Jaya said...

Biny,
Ok, I missed your lovely and delicious kalakand this time..but I will try to be regular on your site.Can you imagine never made Kalakand with ricotta cheese, such a shame isn't when this cheese is available here easily..Always made it with fresh home-made paneer though, I guess ricotta is a way better option as it saves whole lot of time and effort in kitchen.Hugs and smiles

G.Pavani said...

yummy n delicious kalakand..