Make Mawa or Khoya using Ricotta Cheese in Microwave





You will need :-
  • 250 g full-fat ricotta cheese
  • 1 tbsp homemade desi ghee
  • 3 tbsp full fat milk powder
  • 3 tbsp double cream
Method:-
In a M/W proof bowl place ricotta cheese mix well and cook in M/W for 3 minutes. So water evaporates.
Stir well and add ghee, milk powder and cream. Stir well and M/W on high about 4-5 minutes.
In between keep checking and stir.
You will be able to see cheese mixture thick in consistency and should form a ball, if it's moisture left then M/W 1-2 minutes more.
Remove bowl and mix well.
Let it slightly cool and knead the mawa.
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17 comments

  1. I always made mava with milk powder. Will try this for sure. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I gotta try this out 'coz making mawa the traditional way is indeed a time consuming affair. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Simply loving this short cut method for mawa,thanks for sending to MEC Jags.

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  4. How can this type of mawa be stored and for how long?

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    1. Shazia, I made few weeks ago and I left in the fridge NOT Freezer..it was fine after even one week. You can freeze too and it stays good for month or two.

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  5. How can this mawa be stored and for how long?

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  6. How can this type of mawa be stored and for how long?

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  7. what will be quantity of mawa out from this amout of ingredients?

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    1. I would say about 250-270 g of khoya will be yield.

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  8. Hi there, just come across your recipe. Looks really easy. Can I use this maya recipe when making Kala Jamun?

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    1. Thanks for the response. Do you have a kala Jamun recipe to use with your mawa recipe

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    2. yes I have..just type in search box you will be able to find a link for Kala Jamun recipe.

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  9. Thank you once again. Just wondering if I can use the ready made packets of paneer in the kala jamun recipe instead of the fresh paneer?

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  10. The other decent advantage that you get while doing such an excess of searing and preparing is not warming the kitchen to such an extent.

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  11. Could you please where is mawa in UK? I didn't find it

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