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Strawberry Kalakand/Strawberry Milk Fudge


Kalakand is a very popular sweet in almost all parts of India. It is also known qulaqand or kalakanu made out of solidified sweetened milk. It’s one of India’s most loved celebration sweet. I just twisted it a little bit and hope you will too love the  new look.


Preparation time  10 minutes
Cooking time  50 minutes
Serves  4 

Ingredients 
2 liters  Milk   
¼  tsp  Alum ( phitkari )  
2 pinch of tartaric acid
¼  cup  sugar   
1tsp  ghee/ clarified butter  
¼ tsp  starwberry essence  
½ tsp pistachio powder
few slices of fresh strawberry 

Methods of Cooking
Boil milk in a heavy bottom kadai till its turn too thick and reduced to almost 1/3 the quantity. Now sprinkle powdered alum and tartaric acid. Continuously stir still it became more thick and grainy in texture. Now add sugar. Mix well. Stir for another 15 minutes. At the end add strawberry essence. Mix well. Put off the flame. Grease a square tray with ghee. Now pour the mixture. It takes few hour to cool set . So wait and when it's set cut into square pieces. Now dust with pistachio powder and garnish with fresh slices of strawberry. A delicious moist and flavorful strawberry kalakand is ready to serve. Enjoy with your loved ones.




Happy Cooking!

Comments

  1. Thats a flavorful sweet. Loved the addition of strawberry

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  2. loved the addition of strawberry in it. nice clicks.

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  3. tempting me with strawberries....arrrghhh love the taste

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