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Easy Milk Peda Recipe / Doodh Peda Recipe

milk peda

Easy milk peda with condensed milk is my go to Diwali sweet. Doodh peda can be made in about 5 minutes and I usually call in my kids for rolling it out. Try making these easy pedas for your family or as a gift for friends and relatives.

My son is all in for Indian Sweets especially Coconut Ladoo and Payasam; I made this yesterday evening for him. He also helped me in rolling the pedas; we made a few ones with chopped almonds (badams) in the center; like the ones above picture and the rest we made into small balls (bite sized ones).



Step by Step Method:
Yields: 70-75 small bite sized balls.

These are the ingredients.

If you have saffron; just add a few strands in a table spoon of warm milk.


Add condensed milk and milk powder into an iron skillet or nonstick pan. Pour the saffron milk.

Then mix it well; it will look a bit crumbly. Heat the pan and put the flame to low. Keep mixing it in low flame (its a bit tough)...arm strength is in question here :). You have to keep the flame really low because we dont want the underside to get burned and change the color of the pedas.

After about 3-4 minutes; it will be nicely mixed and can form into a ball.

Allow it to cool down and with greased hands (ghee) roll into your desired shapes. 

This is a cheater and quick version; if you are looking for the traditional version, do visit www.indianhealthyrecipes.com
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Easy Milk Peda Recipe / Doodh Peda Recipe


PREP TIME: 1 min    |  COOK TIME: 5 mins    |  AUTHOR::
  milk peda  

  INGREDIENTS

  • Condensed Milk: 1 tin
  • Milk Powder: 2 packets (200 mg each)
  • Saffron: A few strands
  • Milk: 1 tbs
  • Ghee: 1 tbsp
  • Almonds: 10, chopped finely


  METHOD:

  1. Heat the pan and put on low flame and though the mix might look crumbly, mix well.
  2. After 3-4 min it will form into a ball.
  3. When you can handle the heat; grease your hand with ghee and roll into small lemon sized balls.
  4. You can press your thumb in the middle and put chopped almonds or your desired dry fruits.

NOTES

  • This is a cheater version of the traditional doodh peda (milk peda). So taste and texture might vary.

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Comments

  1. my kids would love this! got to try...

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  2. wow loved the pictures very droolworthy ..
    used to make this but in microwave. I envy your patience, above all as you said armstrength

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    1. Does not need much of an arm strength....its easy peasy! some readers sent me their milk peda pics the very day I posted..

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