Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Microwave Indian milk fudge



Sailaja from Sailaja's kitchen is the winner of the Swarowski giveaway Congratulations.

Indian milk sweet known as pedas made in the microwave.

1 3/4 cup milk powder
1 can (13 or 14 oz) condensed milk
1 tbsp butter at room temperature
1/4 tsp saffron
1/4 tsp cardamom ground
2 tbsp coarsely ground nuts garnish

Using a fork beat the milk powder, ground cardamom and condensed milk until it is smooth. Add butter and mix well. Then add saffron, mix and microwave for 2 minutes.

The mixture will have a crumbled appearance and it should have a consistency where it can be rolled. If the mixture looks milky, microwave for another 30 seconds or 1 minute this depends on the microwave, do not overcook or the pedas will be hard.
Remove from heat stir the mixture and wait till the mixture cools because it will be very hot. Grease the hand and roll into shapes. Garnish with nuts and serve. Can also serve chilled.



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89 comments:

  1. Wonderfully done and shaped. Thanks for sharing a quick sweet and an easy one too.

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  2. Fantastic pedas. Sounds delicious. My hubs fav. I love this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Wow.. I love pedas.. These look yumm :)

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  4. Sounds and look delicious. Must try.

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  5. super pedas are delicious and healthy cooked in microwave

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  6. Looking yummy must try this version........... Very happy to hear Iam the winner, Thanks Akheela
    www.sailajakitchen.com

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  7. that is a easy and quick to do recipe..

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  8. Delicious looking milk fudge...looks yummy

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  9. lovely sondesh (popularly known in Bengal)..:)
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  10. The pedas look so wonderful Akila. Too good!!!

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  11. i love pedas and what an easy way to make them!

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  12. A very intriguing milk fudge had never heard of this glad to see this shared.

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  13. I have tried something similar, extremely delicious and addictive.

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  14. Yummy looking pedas...want to try this mw version...

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  15. This is my fav peada recipe....Soft, quick & yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  16. What beautiful sweets! Mmmmmmm.

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  17. That is the quickest fudge recipe i have ever seen:-) I have all ingredients in my pantry..yey..i am making this:-)

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  18. Oh wow, these look wonderful! And how easy...I've decided they need to be made by me today!

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  19. I have never had milk fudge, but this does look tasty! The other great thing is that it can be made in the microwave-thanks for sharing this recipe!

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  20. This must be very flavourful. I love the adding of saffron and cardamom in it :)

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  21. These pedas looks so yummy and are so easy to make...Will be making them sometime soon...

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  22. Simple and lovely, great idea of using the microwave.

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  23. Wow! Doodh pedas were always my favourite :) They look lovely

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  24. Wonderful idea,perfectly made..nice one dear

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  25. Quick and easy !!!
    Congrats to Sailaja for winning the giveaway

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  26. Oh yum, I bet that cardamom lends a wonderful flavour to this!

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  27. Delicious and love the simple process :)

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  28. What an interesting way to make a yummy treat!

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  29. very delicious pedas...looks so tempting!!!

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  30. Pedas look amazing. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  31. I will try to make this recipe it look delicous and sounds so easy!

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  32. Simple. Best when we want large number in quantity. Texture making me to drool.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  33. This looks so good! And it's so easy. LOVE microwaves this time of year. ;)

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  34. a very interesting recipe... wonderful post

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  35. What an easy and no-bake fudge recipe! Looks like something I can get addicted to, I love sweets like these.

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  36. How cool that you made this in the microwave!

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  37. wow microwave you said. That make the recipe so easy and absolutely doable!

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  38. Nice delicious and tempting pedas

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  39. I love treats that can be zapped in the microwave. Sweetened condensed milk is one of my favorite ingredients. This milk fudge sounds quite tasty!

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  40. Bookmarked rt away..delicious and wanna gobble all..

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  41. What a fantastic recipe! My husband loved pedas! I had no idea you could make them in the microwave! I will have to surprise him one of these days! :-)

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  42. wow ! looks great ! thanks for linking !

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  43. Wow..you made the fudge look so easy to cook! Lovely clicks.

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  44. Wow, it's super easy! Looks delicious & fantastic recipe :)

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  45. Looks yum with those cute garnishing ....

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  46. Anything with cardamom instantly has my attention, its such a wonderful unique flavour. And to be honest, you already had me at the word fudge! :) Gorgeous recipe

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  47. Peda's one of my favorite Indian sweets, I used to have tons of this when I was in college. Never knew we could make it in the microwave, definitely gonna try.

    Ohh, congrats to Sailaja!

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  48. Hi Akheela. I never try this before, maybe I should try "indian taste" some other time ya :)
    How are U? and btw, I tag you in friendly and fun challenge. I hope you willing to spare some time to join it. See my link at: http://c1tr4sinau.blogspot.com/2011/08/friendly-tag-im-in.html
    Thank U for the friendship these time :)

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  49. tht looks very quick and simple recipe yet delicious !

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  50. Such nice aromatic flavors with saffron and cardamom!

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  51. So wonderful! Your pedas look amazing and easy enough for me to try too :)

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  52. Perfect looking pedas! great idea to make them in the microwave!

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  53. I love pedas!! These look so good...and I can't believe they can be made in the microwave...that is awesome!

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  54. Wow thats really sounds super easy and delicious peda...and amazing that u prepared in microwave...have to try it..

    Received your entry for Monsoon Medley..thanx

    Sukanya

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  55. Such an easy recipe for making pedas- thanks a ton for sharing!

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  56. Lovely and beautifully spiced.

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  57. Gorgeous and microwave friendly recipe! Love it!

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  58. Hi Akheela, thank you so much for stopping by my space and leaving your wonderful comment. Happy to follow you too. These pedas are one of my favorites. Will sure gonna try this.

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  59. that is so easy...looks really delicious..cant wait to try it

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  60. delicious Akheela - My MIL makes therati paal like this in the MW - but I am a traditionalist and hardly use my MW except to warm up or defrost food :)

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  61. Hey Akheela do participate in the ongoing event and send me some delicious recipes of yours and get a chance to win a gift :)
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  62. Bellissima ricetta,mi piace!!!:-)
    Kiss

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  63. These look so adorable AND delicious...I think I would love these as they don't sound like they are too sweet. I hope to give this a try soon!

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  64. Looks fantastic and so easy to prepare using microwave...

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  65. Looks awesome my dear, I love pedas god I use to eat them like crazy and still do. Thanks for sharing....

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  66. I've never had pedas but looks delicious! Using "microwave" totally caught my attention. That's so cool!!!

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  67. Hiya, your blog is so wonderful, I'm glad you stop by so I can now discover and follow you too:-)..make sure you enter my blog giveaway (ends 14th) since you are now my follower, so I can put u in the lucky draw.
    Hope it's not too late to wish you ramadhan mubarak and thank you for this new friendship;

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  68. Cool pedas! They look soft and yum..almost like a rasmalai.

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  69. Now my question is: CAn I make these without the microwave?

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  70. Oh my gosh, I MUST try to make this milk fudge...simple and it looks so amazing!

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  71. It looks so cute.. love it.. my husband is been asking me to make some dry sweet for ramadhan to give his friends.. I think i found one just here :)


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  72. Thanks for the lovely entry..looks great

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