Sunday, May 8, 2011

Easy Microwave Milk sweet- Palkova


                                         Happy Mother’s Day

This post is dedicated to my dear Mom ( I call her Ummachi).Right now I am not with my Mom, so I thought of preparing this sweet which I like.

Whatever we ask, she makes it within minutes. Before marriage I never did much cooking as I was scared, “if anything goes wrong”. I used to try any new dishes with the help of my Mom, so that if it doesn’t come out well then she is there to take care. After marriage, my cooking started over phone like “how much chilli powder?, should I add water?, If curd boils then what happens?” all these silly questions I used to ask my Mom as well as my MIL. My Husband used to say that “its an expensive way of cooking” :-)
Right now I am not saying that I am perfect, but I do things on my own. Even then, for something or the other I will be troubling them, but not as much as I used to do before.

Today’s dish is a sweet which I saw in Pavithra’s blog Dishes from my kitchen. She has a wonderful blog. Most of you might know about the blog. This is so easy dish that can be prepared within minutes.

I thought this is a  perfect recipe for mother’s day.



Ingredients:
  1. Condensed Milk- 1tin
  2. Yogurt- 3tbsp
  3. Cardamom Powder- ¼ tsp
  4. Almonds, Pistachios, Cashew nuts (powdered)- 1tbsp

Method:
  1. Pour condensed milk in a microwavable glass bowl. Use a big bowl as it rises when microwaving.
  2. Microwave for 3 minutes,stirring once in every minute.
  3. Now add yogurt. Mix well and microwave for another 4 to 5 minutes, stirring once in every minute.
  4. Take it out and add the cardamom powder. Stir well till everything gets blended together.
  5. Garnish with powdered  nuts. Serve it warm or cold.

I made it in the form of small laddoos, that will be easy for my little one to pick and eat.


24 comments:

  1. Yumm, feel like having some palkovas,simply irresistible..

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  2. so inviting palkovas....Glad to follow u dear!
    Kurinjikathambam, Event : HRH-Healthy Summer, Roundup : HRH-Puffed Rice

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  3. Looks simply superb n yummy..love it

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  4. Very quick and easy way to make delicious palkova..looks so cute.

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  5. This looks wonderful ... so quick and painless.

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  6. This is my very fav sweet! So quick! I'd really love to try this out!

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  7. Super delicious pedas....cute presentation...

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  8. omg...looks out of the world dear...stunning clicks..
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. Delicious sweet :) would love to try it out sometime :)

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  10. Nice recipe..looks oh so yummy!!

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  11. Easy and yummy!

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  12. They look so tempting ~ yummy to the core :)
    US Masala

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  13. lovely of display in muffin liners. First time to ur space and glad to follow you. Do stop by mine and follow me too when you find time.

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  14. Absolute yum...love ur colorful muffin liners

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  15. Mother's are such a blessing elle? No wonder we believe that the paradise lies in the feet of mother! The name palkova sounds intriguing but I love anything with condensed milk and I know I'm gonna love this one, esp since it's a simple microwave recipe...! :)

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  16. Yum yum..Its so Kids friendly, cos its a nutricious sweet, also its mother friendly , cos it is very easy to make...Will surely try it on my lill one one day...

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  17. Love these, and so simple to make, I can't wait to try them!

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  18. Love the colorful cups...such an easy recipe..thanks for sharing!

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  19. What an easy and very authentic dessert. Such a sweet way to remember your mom on a special day! Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

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  20. Thank you so much dear friends, for your kind words and your appreciation.
    Kurinji, Radhika, Aruna, Sharmilee and Ameena a warm welcome to my little space and thank you for all your sweet notes.

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  21. i loved those ladoos.. my son would love them too..
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  22. I love how easy it is to make this, and it looks really delicious too.Thanks for sharing the photos and recipe :)

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  23. Hey Zareena, what's up? Long time no see...hope all's well. Just checked in to say hi!

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