Doodh Peda is a very common milk sweet in any sweet stalls. Traditionally, it is prepared using constant stirring of milk which will result in khova which is rolled to make a peda. This traditional method might be a difficult task for many of us and obviously it is time consuming. We can prepare this mouth-watering yummy sweet instantly using condensed milk and milk powder and this method hardly takes 15 minutes to complete the whole process and we could have delicious peda served in no time. Most of us have seen a light yellow colour in peda and this is because of the addition of saffron thread. We could also pack these peda as a gift and present it to anyone. They would surely ask you from which shop you have get ;-). Try this Kesar Doodh Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Sweet Recipe and share your experience.


Kesar Doodh Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Sweet Recipe
Kesar Doodh Peda | Instant Milk Peda | Instant Milk Sweet 

Preparation time and Yield :
Preparation time-
Cooking time15 mins
Yield28-30 Peda

Kesar Doodh Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Sweet Recipe
Kesar Doodh Peda | Instant Milk Peda | Instant Milk Sweet 

Ingredients for dough:

Sweetened Condensed Milk1 tin (397ml)
Milk Powder4 Cups *
Clarified Butter / Ghee4 tablespoon
Cardamom Powder1 teaspoon
Saffron Threads5
Pistachios 2 tablespoon

* 1 cup = 250 ml capacity
Kesar Doodh Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Sweet Recipe
Kesar Doodh Peda | Instant Milk Peda | Instant Milk Sweet 
Method:
  1. Soak the saffron threads in the milk and keep it ready. Heat a pan with ghee. 

  2. Add condensed milk to the pan. Start stirring condensed milk till the milk and ghee gets incorporated fully. Add the milk powder to the pan 

  3. Keep stirring till the peda mixture starts to get thicken. When the peda mixture gets thicken, add milk with saffron threads to the pan 

  4. Again keep stirring till the whole mixture gets thicker and fluffy and roll like a ball without sticking on to the sides of the pan. Also we could notice that the peda mixture would have got a nice colour. Remove the pan from flame and allow the peda mixture to cool off till you can hold the mixture. Take lemon size quantity out of the mixture and make smooth ball and using your point finger just press a little in the middle to make an small impression. 

  5. Repeat this for rest of the dough. Garnish each doodh peda with chopped pistachios 

  6. Pack this yummy Kesar Doodh Peda as a gift pack or treat your family with these delicious sweet.
  7. Kesar Doodh Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Peda Recipe | Instant Milk Sweet Recipe
    Kesar Doodh Peda | Instant Milk Peda | Instant Milk Sweet 


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  1. The same can be done with microwave oven.. Thats even simpler.. All the above ingredients should be mixed, cooked in high heat in microwave for 3-4 minutes stirring the mixture and scrapping the sides of the vessel..

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    1. Thanks for sharing Sridevi, I will surely give a try.

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  2. Can we use milk maid for condensed milk?

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    1. Sure milk maid is condensed milk only. Its just the brand name. You can surely use. Thanks

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  3. hi, can i know what is the shelf life of this peda?

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    1. Hi Roshini, shelf life of peda is generally 5-7 days.

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  4. Hi Subbu,

    I am away from home in Manila Philippines, trying your recipes at free times. Kalyana Rasam came out well. As we get only blenders here, i tried to use the measures four times and made a powder that can be used any time.
    In the peda, you have put milk powder 4 cups *. I could not find any explanation down below for *- Any suggestion on that.?
    Kannan

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    1. Hi Kannan, Thanks for your comments and glad that the Kalyana Rasam turned out very well. For Peda, i have updated the * (1 cup = 250 ml).

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  5. Hi,
    What kind of milk powder do I have to use here

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    1. Hi Vanotha, we can find dry milk powder in departmental stores. Indian departmental stores have nestle everyday skimmed milk powder which you can use.

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  6. Hi,
    Today I tried this peda.. It tastes well.. But got more lumps & it was little hard too... Can u suggest sum remedies for this

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    1. Hi Gayathri, we have to keep stirring the milk powder continuously to avoid the lumps also after we got a dough consistency, when we are able to handle the dough with our hand, we can knead well so that lumps are smoothened. The ratio given above makes softer peda, but if you feel it is very hard, you can add some ghee and knead well again.

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    2. I tried to knead but it's sticky...

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    3. Gayathri, grease palm with ghee and then try to knead then you will not feel greasy.

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    4. same here aunty..it was sticky,...

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    5. How much milk is mixed with saffron?

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    6. Hello, just a tablespoon of milk is enough

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  7. I made this last year, but it turned out to be sticky in mouth. Is there a tip to not make it sticky?

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  8. same here...sticky in mouth..any tips/

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  9. Hi what milk are you soaking saffron in? Thanks

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