Oct 11, 2014

Instant Kalakand Recipe


Kalakand is my all time favourite, i already have shared a kesar kalakand recipe in my blog. This one is my instant version and it is so easy to make and taste just like store bought ones, actually more tasty than them.


I hope you will try this out and let me know how it turned out for you..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 5 to 7 mins
Makes : 9 bars
Recipe Source: Raks Kitchen

Ingredients:

Paneer - 200 grams cubed ( I used store bought)
Condensed Milk / Milkmaid - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1.5 tblspn
Milk Powder - 1.5 tblspn
Cardamom Powder / Yelakai Podi - 1/2 tsp
Ghee - 1 tsp
Pista - few to top the kalakand

Method:

Line a square pan with parchment paper or foil.

I washed the paneer really well in water.

Take paneer in a mixer and blend it. Take it in a bowl, add in remaining ingredients except ghee and mix well.

Pour this entire mix in a non stick pan and mix well. Keep cooking till it starts to leave the sides.

Now add in a tsp of ghee and mix well.

Once it leaves the side of the pan, pour this into a parchment lined pan and allow it to set for 3 to 4 hours.

Once it is set, cut it into squares stud each square with a pista.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

Line a square pan with parchment paper or foil

take a block of paneer

cube it

add it to a blender

blend it 

take the mix in a bowl

add in condensed milk

add in sugar

add in milk powder

sprinkle in some cardamom powder

mix well

pour the complete mix in a nonstick pan

heat it and keep stiring

now it has started getting thick

once it leaves the sides of the pan

add a tsp of ghee for flavour

mix well

look at the consistency now

pour this into the pan

smooth it up

once it is set, cut it and stud each square with a pista

serve


22 comments:

  1. i just now made this.it came really nice.thanks for posting easy recipes.

    durga.

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  2. Hi arthi i tried it n came out well but only thing i couldnt put pieces its getting collapsed but it tasted great.y is tat so.

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  3. @Kirthi Chandranu must have cooked it too long or your panner must be too grainy

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  4. How to prepare bun halwa...post it...pls

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  5. Any replacement for milk powder?

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  6. What i can use instead of condense milk?

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  7. @Anonymouscondensed milk gives the texture..no sub

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  8. is milk cake same as kalakand?? If not pls share the recipe of milk cake!! Thanks in Advance!!

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  9. @lymono they are diff, will share that soon

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  10. ohhh wow!! Thank you so much!! will be waiting fr d recipe!!

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  11. Do we have to bake or something, Is it just to keep aside after cooking in the pan?

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  12. Hii aarthi..cn i use frozen paneer n hw do i get tht to normal consistency for cookng

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  13. @Jamila Inayatjust soak it in hot water for 15 to 20 mins it will soften

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  14. Do we hav to chill dis after cooking?

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  15. @Anonymous yes u can chill for faster setting

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  16. I made this few days ago.. EVERYONE loved it... thank you so much for this easyyyy recipe..
    Next time i want to try this same recipe but with fresh homemade paneer..will this still give the same results??
    Thank You so much Aarthi

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    1. yes u can make this using fresh ones too

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  17. How can we made paneer at home ?

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