Kalakand step-by-step recipe with photos.
Kalakand aka cottage cheese milk fudge – yet another sweet treat that tastes so good and at the same time has so many textures – soft, chewy, crumbly, nutty… It is made with freshly made cottage cheese and milk which give it a rich taste. Perfect for festivals and celebrations. But I don’t wait for an occasion to make this.
It’s one of our favourite desserts, especially with my three years old. She loves it so much that she once woke me up at 3 AM asking for this sweet treat 😀
Kalakand is made with solidified, sweetened milk and paneer. This soft-set burfi is widely popular across India. Call it burfi, call it milk cake… this delicious sweet treat is perfect for all occasions.
Kalakand is slightly grainy, unlike regular burfis which are smooth. There are some easier ways of making this dessert, for example, making it instantly in a microwave – but the taste would vary greatly. Follow this authentic recipe to get the best texture and taste of kalakand.
Dreamy creamy glorious milk fudge – you won’t be able to have enough of it ever!
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Kalakand step-by-step recipe with photos
1. Add lemon juice to boiling milk and let it curdle
2. Lightly mash the cooled curdled milk
3. Cook milk, cream and curdled milk on low flame
4. Line a small tin, pour the mixture and let it set
Adjust sugar as per your preference