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Instant Milk Sweet

Instant Milk Sweet

Festive season brings joy and happiness. Also fills us with loads of sweetness. Why not make your own sweet and surprise everyone!

This sweet is simple to make and tastes great!

What do you need to make 10 medium sized ball

  • 180 gm milk powder

  • 200 ml condensed milk

  • 5-6 cardamom (powdered)

  • 1 tbsp milk

  • 2 tbsp ghee

Lets cook

  • Grease the non-stick pan with a tsp of ghee. [PIC 1]

  • Pour condensed milk into the pan and stir it for half a minute. [PIC 2]

  • Add half of the milk powder and stir it without any lumps and then add remaining milk powder, Stir continuously for 4 to 5 mins. [PIC 3]

  • Now add milk and cardamom powder, Mix it well. [PIC 4]

  • After a minute add a tbsp of ghee and mix everything well to form a non-sticky soft dough. [PIC 5 & 6]

  • Switch off the flame, Grease a bowl or plate with ghee and transfer the soft dough.[PIC 7]

  • Make desired size ball when its warm.

Decorate it with your favorite nuts, Enjoy!

Milk Peda


  • Don’t overcook the dough to avoid a rubbery texture.

  • Make balls when the dough is warm to get a proper shape.

  • I made a mistake by using a large pan that caused the dough sticking to the sides. Use a small pan to avoid this.

  • It will stay good at room temperature for two to three days.

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