Saturday, 25 August 2018

Rajkot Na Peda

How to make Rajkot Na Peda | Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat.

Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season.


These gorgeous looking and melt in your mouth Rajkot Na Peda are only prepared with 3 ingredients - milk, milk powder and sugar. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season. This easy version of Rajkot na Peda is prepared with milk powder, for a quick and easy but delectable treat.




Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season.


Peda or Penda (how we Gujarati say ) is a most loved and admired Indian sweet that you can find in India and with Indians all over the world. A box full of Peda containes not only just the sweet but it's a box of emotions, happiness and success. Peda is the all-time favourite sweet or Indian Mithai to share your happiness or good news with others. A baby boy born in your family, bought a car or got promotions at work, people are going to ask you ' To Pachi Peda Kyare Khavro cho'? meaning when are you going to feed us Peda?

Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season.


I tasted these Rajkot Na Peda, after our wedding I visited Rajkot to meet husbands family, and when I left their house I was given a gift and a box full of Rajkot Na Peda, I fell in love with those glorious looking peda straight away and popped in my mouth a couple. My taste buds were overjoyed with a melt in your mouth, not sickly sweet and moreish taste. If you asked me to describe these, I would say ' Little drops of heaven'.

Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season.


These sumptuous looking milky fudge can be done in a few ticks, and do not require many ingredients. Rajkot Na Peda, mainly made with milk and can be flavoured with cardamom and saffron, but authentic rajkot na peda are plain and white.

Rajkot Na Peda/Penda, are hugely popular and a favourite sweet Indian delicacy from the city of Rajkot, Gujarat. Ideal for any happy occasion or festive season.

Generally, in our home on Raksha Bandhan, our daughter prepare something for her brother what he likes to eat or his favourite food. but this year she was busy studying at uni so I and my son decided to make something for her and prepared this delectable peda, I helped him a little, and we had these absolutely amazing peda.

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Peda, rajkot na peda, indian sweets, Indian milky fudge, how to make peda, how to make peda without khoya
Indian Mithai, Indian Sweets, Festive sweets, Mithai
Gujarat, India
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Rajkot Na Peda

prep time: cook time: 20 minstotal time: 20 mins
Rajkot Na Peda ( Milky Fudge ) is a popular Indian sweet that is easy and a quick recipe for any happy occasion.

ingredients:

3 cup full-fat milk powder
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup whole milk 

Garnishing 

1tbsp, pistachio slivers
Few strands of saffron
Dried rose petals 

instructions:

In a thick bottom pan or kadai, mix sugar, milk and milk powder.
Beat with the whisker and make a smooth mixture.
Turn on the heat, and start cooking the mixture.
Keep stirring constantly, and keep the heat on a low to medium.
After around 10-15 minutes the mixture will start thickening and leaves the edges of the pan and becomes one mass.
Remove the mixture on to another plate and leave the mixture to cool completely. 
Rub some ghee on your palm and knead the peda mixture on the clean worktop.
Make a big round ball, and roll out with a rolling pin, keep 1/2".
Cut into round shape with a cookie cutter. 
OR divide the peda mixture into equal size of balls and flatten them slightly and make peda.
Garnish it with pistachio slivers, saffron threads and dried rose petals.
Enjoy!


NOTES:

Garnishing is optional. 
Adjust sweetness according to your taste.
Created using The Recipes Generator

19 comments:

  1. The pedas look so delicious and well made - a perfect choice for Raksha Bandhan 👍

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  2. How prefect and stunning those pedas looks, just with three ingredients am sure this Rajkot na peda is going to be my favourite one definitely. Cant wait to give a try. Bookmarking this ultimate beauties.

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    1. Thanks priya, please do and let me know how you like it.

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  3. I love how white the pendas have turned out. Thanks for sharing a quick penda recipe. And yes we Gujaratis ask for penda treat for any happy event :)

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  4. Stunning Peda images here, Jagruthi. I really feel the festive season has begun. I am going to make these for Janmashtami.

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  5. Wow! How quick and easy these pedas are! And they look scrumptious.

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  6. We have so many varieties of peda available, but this recipe sounds easy to prepare with few ingredients. I am sure this will be a big hit in our family. I am saving it to prepare for Ganesh chaturthi.

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  7. Perfect sweet for Rakhsabandan. This looks incredibly good and lovely pictures of the peda.

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  8. Such tempting pedhas....would love to have them now....love the pistachio garnish on top...

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  9. Pedas looks so delicious and mouthwatering.Beautiful clicks.Bookmarked it

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  10. Perfect festive treats ! The peda looks so inviting ..so beautifully presented.. wonderful share !

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  11. Beautiful festive recipe and pictures! Such neat and perfect pedas. I love this culture of enjoying mithai with every piece of good news in our culture. 😊

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  12. I have such fond memories of this Rajkot na pedal my sister used to bring us these meltin mouth soft pedas while coming back from hostel Thanks for the lovely recipe will try it soon .

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  13. These Pedas are looking gorgeous, Loved the way you captured and how they turned out. I am sure, this would require lots of patience to get the perfect texture and shape. The Festive season is here and I would love to try this, I am little anxious about the perfection.

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  14. The pedas look so tempting...it is hard to resist. Bookmarked it. Will surely try :)

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  15. Gorgeous looking pedas! More than the pedas though, I love the pictures, makes the pedas look even more tempting :)

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  16. There are no words for these peda pics. Their beauty captured beautifully. Loved them. With milk powder their texture is perfect and came out great.

    Can we make them with khoya?

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  17. What a gorgeous looking pedas, you have brought those heavenly taste in the pictures

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  18. These pedas are looking so gorgeous Jagruti, seriously feeling like grabbing a few. Shall soon make these.

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