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Kalakand (indian Chesse-cake Squares)

Kalakand (Indian Chesse-cake Squares)
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Kalakand (indian Chesse-cake Squares) Recipe, How To Make Kalakand (indian Chesse-cake Squares) Recipe

kalakand is a popular Indian sweet, this is energy rich recipe. Kalakand packed with calcium and protein.

About Recipe

How to make Kalakand (Indian Chesse-cake Squares)

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Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
30 mins
Kalakand (Indian Chesse-cake Squares)
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Condensed Milk
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : November 10, 2016


Ingredients used in Kalakand (Indian Chesse-cake Squares)
• Sweetened condensed milk - 1 cup.
• Paneer (use ricotta cheese if paneer is not available) - 2 cup.
• Powdered cardamom (elaichi) - 5 no.
Method:
  • Mix panner (Ricotta Cheese) with condensed milk.
  • Heat the above mixture in medium-low heat. Stir constantly while heating.
  • Continue until the mixture becomes thick. Spread it on a greased plate. Sprinkle elaichi powder on the top.
  • Cool it and cut into square pieces.





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vahuser Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

I have one questin and that is, should we rinse after we drain it. Because i once made kalakand from scratch and i did not rinse the chenna, and the rest of the milk curdles too. It took me 3 hours to make kalakand from 2 ltr of milk. I need so

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