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Milk Cake

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
4lts Milk (full fat)
200gms or 1cup Sugar
10ml or 2tsp Vinegar
2tbsp Desi Ghee
handful Cashewnuts Chopped
handful Almonds Chopped
handful Pistachio Chopped

Milk Cake

Indian Sweet Made with Milk

Cuisine:

Milk Cake is also called Alwar ka Mawa.

  • 45mins
  • Serves 600
  • Medium

Ingredients

Directions

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Steps

1
Done

Heat the milk and bring to a boil. Using a flat spoon keep stirring and scrapping the sides and bottom. Once the milk is reduced to about 50% add in vinegar and stir. Keep stirring and cooking so that there is a formation of a grain (dana) in the milk.

2
Done

Remember we do not want the milk to split completely and become cheese but splits enough to start separating the milk solids in the form of grains.
Cook for another 10mins and add half the sugar. After another 10mins add the rest of the sugar and ghee. Cook till the liquid evaporates and the milk solids start to come together. The colour of the milk cake at this stage will start turning red as the sugar will start to caramelise. The more you cook the more fudge, nutty and brown milk cake you will get. The choice is entirely yours on what degree of browning you need.

3
Done

Once the mixture gets tighter with specks of ghee oozing our turn off the heat. Take the milk cake out on a greased pan which is at least 1inch in height. Let it cool completely and then cut into squares or bars and serve.

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