Ingredients (For 25 – 30 pedas)
- Milk Powder – 2 cups ( I used Nestle milk powder (semi-skimmed))
- Sweetened Condensed Milk – 1 can/ 14 oz
- Butter – 1/2 cup (1 stick)
- Cardamom Powder – 1/4 tsp
Melt the butter in a non-stick pan or heavy bottomed pan. Add condensed milk and milk powder. Stir continuously for about 10 mts at medium heat. Now bring down the heat and continue stirring until it becomes thick. Add the cardamom powder and mix well. Set aside to cool for 10 mts or until it is cool enough to handle. Grease your hands and shape into small balls and flatten slightly. Decorate with cashews or any other nuts of your choice, saffron and make any impressions you like. Store in a refrigerator for about 1 week. This tastes better the next day.
Recipe – Adapted from Show me the Curry
too good n my fav..
this looks so good and yummy…should try it soon..
I have tried this recipe and makes this every year for Diwali to share with my friends.In fact I am making this today.
Is there an alternative for milk powder ? I would like to try this recipe !!
Looks super yum,tempting sweet..
yummy treat for Diwali…Wishing U a happy Diwali time
Looks super excellent and delicious..
Mouthwatering pedas, presentation is mind blowing.
Itheppo kittiyalum santhosham….Adipoli ayittundu…
Wow looks so perfect like the ones we get in shops…Bookmarked to try
Better than store bought ones….tooo good and tooo easy…sharikum kothivarunnu….bookmarked!!!
Really awesome.. Looks soo good.. Want to try making this now..
Thank You All 🙂
I guess you can substitute milk powder with ground almonds but not very sure about it as I have never tried it before. Will give that a try sometime and update the recipe..
Adipoli kto gal!!! nalla picsum!!
pls dont waste your milkmaid n milk powder ..it turned out to be a waste of time ..full of lumps !!
Sorry to hear that it didn’t come out well for you. I have tried it twice and as you can see from my step pictures, I didn’t have any problem with lumps..Few of my friends who tried this, also didn’t have such an issue. So I assure you that it has nothing to do with the recipe..
Maybe ur recipe is perfect ..just dint work out for me …
mayb u overcooked..or had so much milk powder..even my first try was failure because of this reason n now its perfect.. 🙂
can we use full cream milk powder instead of semi skimmed.
Yeah, you can use full cream milk powder..
can i use ghee instead of butter?
Hi, I tried this and it didn’t turn out well. Is the cup measurement equal to 200 ml or 250ml. I used a 250 ml cup. Thanks