Mon. Dec 6th, 2021

Royal KALAKAND. Kalakand is an Indian sweet made out of solidified, sweetened milk called Khoa. It is also popular in India. It is made of milk, sugar, vinegar, optionally some nuts such as pistachio and some cardamom powder.

In this post, I am Going to Share a Recipe for making Kalakand In a Very easy and simple way. To follow this recipe you don't need many ingredients or any Equipment. Kalakand is a Indian sweet recipe which is most popular in north India. You can have Royal KALAKAND using 6 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Royal KALAKAND

  1. You need of Milk.
  2. It’s of Khoya.
  3. It’s of Paneer.
  4. It’s of as per taste Sugar.
  5. You need of Curd.
  6. You need of Ghee.

The key ingredient of the recipe is paneer which is cottage cheese. So yes, no doubt it is a royal sweet which can be served along. Kalakand also known as sandesh is a popular Indian sweets made out of solidified, sweetened milk and cottage cheese. Kalakand is a very tasty eggless dessert from India.

Royal KALAKAND instructions

  1. Take a pan…add milk and khoya…stir continuously.
  2. When milk get add paneer…stir continuously.
  3. When three ingredients resemble….add curd in batches.
  4. When mixture get granulated..stop pouring curd…stir continuously.
  5. Now when mixture loik like thick…add sugar…stir…
  6. When sugar completely dissolve add ghee…stir again.
  7. Now mix will start leave side than take some white part and spread on a greased plate….remaining..part cook till brown in colour.
  8. When iy get brown…spread it on white part….set for 4 hour…cut in desired shape.

This popular Indian dessert (mithai) is made with milk, paneer, sugar, dry fruits and cardamom powder. A perfect recipe for Indian festivals like Diwali. Kalakand, also known as milk cake, is a popular Indian dessert. Kalakand is a type of barfi (milk-fudge) which is a dense milk-based Indian sweet that has a soft, grainy, and melt in the mouth texture. So do make this Royal Layered Dark Chocolate Kalakand, this will take you back to your childhood days when we went after those double layered burfis(fudges) and did any of you ate the upper part.

By Stevani Anjelica

I love Cooking... I am Professional Chef...

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