Saturday, April 24, 2010
These days im am following too many blogs and when my daughter's birthday came closer by i literally was too happy and excited as i had a chance now to try all my fellow bloggers recipes which i had bookmarked since long,i was really amused by the various new inventions made by them and heartily thanx them for sharing those recipes ,im just learning more and more varieties these days ,i made these chocolate pedas for my daughter and her tiny friends and i felt it was too easy and quick to make as well,it was fun making these pedas as my kid also helped me ,she was quite excited as well and was njoying every bit to roll them in her tiny palms ,she was the first person to taste and she immediately responded by saying one word " yummy " and it really made my day.I picked up this recipe from my favourite blog priya's easyntastyrecipes who is very creative and innovative chef ,please guys do drop in her blog ,its my sincere request.I just made some slight changes in this recipe, i reduced the quantity of condensed milk ,the actuall recipe asks for 1+1/4 th cup of condensed milk where as i used only 1 cup which was perfect sweet for our family and i used dollar sweets instead of almond for decoration as i thought kids will find it more attractive.
2 cups milk powder
1 cup of sweetened condensed milk
1 tbsp butter
2 tbsp of dark chocolate pwd ( i didnt had dark chocolate so used 2 tbsp of cocoa pwd )
1-2 tsp cardomon pwd
almond flakes / $ sweets for decoration
In a microwave safe bowl mix milk powder,chocolate pwd/cocoa pwd,butter,condensed milk and cardamon pwd and mix well ,it will be quite sticky and stiff but do mix well and microwave it on high for 2-3 mins stirring occassionally till the mixture gets crumbled ( pls note ...the cooking time may vary according to different microwave qualities ).Let the mixture cool for a while , form into the desired shape when still little warm,applying little butter on your palms.Decorate them with sprinkling a pinch of dollar sweets on them or else you can even use almond flakes instead.