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- 14 Dec, 2022
2 tsp Milk Powder
400 gms Condensed Milk
500 gms Paneer
¼ tsp Elaichi/ Cinnamon Powder
15-20 pistachio, finely chopped for garnishing
Steps to prepare 3 ingredients Kalakand:
1. Add 2 tsp of milk powder to a pan.
2. Add condensed milk and stir it well for 1 minute.
3. Crush the paneer with your hands in small chunks and add it to the mixture. Also, add cinnamon powder.
4. Stir it well and let it cook for 15-20 minutes until you achieve desired consistency.
5. Spread it evenly in a butter paper-lined thali or square mold.
6. Sprinkle pista aka pistachio over it to garnish.
7. Put it in the fridge for 1-2 hrs and let it set.
8. Once out of the fridge, cut it into cubes and enjoy the delicious kalakand burfi!