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Pal Kova Recipe, How To Make Pal Kova Recipe

Palkova is basically an Indian sweet made by simmering milk until it reduces to about half of its original quantity.

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How to make PAL KOVA

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Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Milk
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 14, 2016

Ingredients used in PAL KOVA
• Sweetened condensed milk - 1 can.
• Milk and curd - 2 teaspoons.
• Elachi powder a little - to taste.
• Ghee - 2 teaspoons.
put condensed milk and milk and curd in a microwave bowl and keep it for 2 mins.take it out , stir it and again keep for another 2 mins.finally add elachi powder and ghee and keep for another 2 mins.pal gova ia ready to eat.
but make it a point to stir between every min.because in microwave the food gets thickened very quickly.the time may also vary according to the brand of the microwave.

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vahuser Posted on Sat Nov 20 2010

it was awesome i tried it .it was really very nice

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vahuser Posted on Mon Jan 18 2010

please elaborate a little more on this recipe..

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vahuser Posted on Mon Sep 28 2009

what u mean by milk and curd??are they seperate....r it is a kind of cheese r what??

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vahuser Posted on Wed Dec 17 2008

I followed your recipe But I did it on stove instead of using the microwave.Turned off the stove when the liquid is thick . Not happy about the final result. It is very sticky and hard to make in to shapes.

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