Kalakand recipe with paneer/chenna - easy and quick

Kalakand recipe with paneer/chenna - easy and quick
After seeing cham's ooey gooey sweet, I had fallen in love with it. Never knew the recipe was so simple. Cham has given many versions of the kalakand recipe. Later I saw it in LG's blog and the version she had used sounded quite simple. So I decided to go ahead with that version. It came out really good and tasted great too. Pistachios would have been more appropriate for garnishing, but I did not have them. So I used almonds instead.
Kalakand recipe with paneer/chenna - easy and quickAfter seeing cham's ooey gooey sweet, I had fallen in love with it. Never knew the recipe was so simple. Cham has given many versions of the kalakand recipe. Later I saw it in LG's blog and the version she had used sounded quite simple. So I decided to go ahead with that version. It came out really ...

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Ingredients

Milk
1/2 litre
Condensed milk- /half tin
200gms
Vinegar/lime
1tbspn

Steps

  1. Boil the milk.
  2. Add vinegar or lime juice slowly.
  3. The milk starts curdling.
  4.  Collect the curdled portion /chenna in a strainer.
  5. Wash it with running tap water.
  6. Drain the water.
  7. Heat a pan. Add the chenna and mix the condensed milk.
  8. Keep stirring it till it forms a thick mass and starts leaving the sides without sticking.
  9. Pour it in a plate. Allow it to cool. Cut into pieces. Garnish with almonds or pistachios.

Find recipe for mango kalakand here.