Khoya Condensed Milk Solid 2, How to make it from Powder Milk
Khoya or Mawa 2, Powder Milk se
Khoya or maw is an integral part of Indian cuisine, it is used in making many, many Indian sweets. Most non-Indians have not heard of it. Some Indian grocers outside India sell it. You can also get it from Mithai wallahs (Indian sweet shops). Traditional method of making Khoya is by condensing the milk by boiling it in a wide pan or wok, until it becomes semi solid. Here, it is made from full cream powder milk, taking only a short time. It is good, but has a slight aroma of the powder milk it is made from. It is excellent for making burfi sweets, where other ingredients like sesame seeds/coconut/almonds are added and things like carrot halwa. Makes approximately 250 gm.
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