Submitted by: Meenakshi Sharma
2 cups of ricotta cheese
3 tbsp of condensed milk
1tbsp milk powder
½ tsp all purpose flour
3 to 4 tbsp of sugar
1. Mix all the ingredients together to form a paste like consistency and then transfer it into a thick-bottomed pan.
2. With mild heat keep stirring it all the time.
3. Remove from the heat when the mixture leaves the sides of the pan.
4. When it cools a little bit (warm enough to be held in hands) make small balls and decorate them with dry fruits.
Thanks for the submission of this recipe, like we have said before, there are a lot of ways to make any one dish! And can we ever have enough mithai/sweets/dessert recipes? Enjoy this wonderful variation…
0 thoughts on “Peda”
English name of Nausadar, Naubhara masala
HI I WANTED TO KNOW IF ANYONE TRIED THIS RECIPE AND HOW DID IT TURNED OUT?WAS IT GOOD?THANKS
wht is this ricotta cheese?any substitute of it pls
You can find ricotta cheese at your local grocery store (if you are in the US). It comes in a tub. This recipe was submitted by a viewer but we have our own peda recipe that does not require ricotta cheese. Here is the link: https://220.127.116.11/desserts/peda-indian-sweet.html
I tried making pedas with this recipe but its confusing since methos doesn’t give enough idea for preparation time. Can you please put a video for this ,it looks yummy.
This is a user submitted recipe but we have our own recipe for Pedas:
Hope that helps!
i also wanted to know which condensed milk n which milk powder to use in this peda recipe?
one thing why your this peda recipe is differnt from your youtube peda recipe…second thingh i m not able to find carnation milk powder…i only got non fat milk powder…is it okay to use that?…
can you saw peda to video please,
Can anyone point out what is “Samundri Jhag” in English language please?
Hello hetal and anuja ,
Your recipes are great . I am from Pakistan and I saw your recipes on Pakistani sites but I live in U.S.A . Many friends from Pakistan recommend your sites to other friends . My daughter she just got married and she loves your shows . Those kids born and raised in different countries other than Pakistan and India .They say your recipes are easy to understand and cook . Please give the recipe for petha halwa and pani puri . There is one lady samina jaleel from Pakistan .She used samander jhag to make pani puri . I do not know the english name of samundari jhag.
We’re so glad you and your daughter are finding SMTC useful. Samunder Jhag in English is yeast (some form of agent to make dough rise). Usually, baking soda (soda bicarb) or baking powder is used in making pani puri but I’ve never seen yeast being used. We are still in our research and development stage for the perfect pani puri recipe so hopefully, you’ll be patient. Thanks for writing.
I so much agree with Shamima, your website is a blessing for people like us in US who are not creative cook but can still steal the show by following your recipes. Thank you Hetal and Anuja. I just now tried Jalebi and Peda for the first time and they turned out good.
Hi Hetal & Anuja,
I happened to see a pic of Modak today & that’s when i realised i can make a request to you’ll for a receipe of the same. So in short…can you girls post a modak receipe please?
Thanks in anticipation!
condensed milk and milk powder should be in baking section of all grocery stores.
thanks for the recipe..but the thing is where can i find condensed milk & milk powder..in which section of grocery should i look for them…are they found in all grocery stores??
hi riya..you will be able to find condensed milk and milk powder at any wal-mart store in flour, sugar or baking products section.