Milkcake is a sweet dessert prepared from Milk. Sweet dishes from milk tastes good and very rich also.
Enjoy this Deepavali with Milkcake which is prepared instantly, easy, soft, very tasty sweet dessert. It can be prepared in all festivals, parties, get together etc.,
Thick Milk 1 ltr
Sugar 1/2 cup
Lemon Juice 1 tbsp
Badam, Pistachios 1 tbsp
Ghee 2 tsp
Elaichi/cardamom powder ¼ tsp
Finely chop badam and pistachios and keep aside. Grease a plate and keep ready.
Boil the milk by stirring to avoid burning at the bottom.
Now add lemon juice and keep stirring until it starts curdling. Once milk starts curdling stop adding lemon and keep stirring.
You can also remove some whey (water content in the curdled milk) to reduce the tartness in Milkcake.
Keep stirring the curdled milk until the 3/4 whey in it is evaporated.
Add sugar to the mixture and stir for 3-4 mins.
Milkcake becomes little watery after adding sugar. Keep stirring.
Lower the flame and boil for 2 mins with stirring.
When the mixture thickens, Milkcake is done.
Now add ghee and elaichi powder and mix well.
Transfer the Milkcake into the greased plate and pat well to make even surface.
Sprinkle the chopped badam, pista on it, press gently and allow to cool.
Cut into desired shapes and serve.
Use nonstick pan to avoid burning at the bottom. You can add nuts of your choice in addition. You can remove the whey from curdled milk and use it in other recipes or to make chapati dough etc., as whey is very rich in protiens.