Friday, November 5, 2010
Milk powder: 100 gms
Powdered sugar: 50 gms
Cardamom powder: 1 tinge
Milk: 1 cup
Butter/ghee: 5-6 table spoons
Almonds to decorate
Step1: Make sure that the milk powder does not have any lumps (or) use the mixer to make it into a fine powder. (I used the instant low-fat milk powder in this recipe).
Step2: Dry roast the milk powder for 1-2 minutes.
Step3: Mix the powdered sugar to it and add 3 table spoons of butter and mix them together.
Step4: Now, set the heat to low flame and pour 1 cup of milk on the mixture and blend them well.
Step6: Toss until the butter comes out on the edges of the pan and the mixture thickens. (Make sure that you toss them in the same direction. Do not change the direction as it would make the mixture very hard).
Step7: Grease butter/ghee on a plate. Make the mixture into small balls and press it with both the hands.
Garnish with almonds!! :)