Saturday, August 20, 2011

Pal khoa/Thirattipal/Gokulashtami Recipes

                                                         This Gokulashtami(lord krishna's birthday) i decided to make some milk sweet that is Krishna's favourite and it happened to be my hubby's favourite too!!!Let us see how i made it.




You Will Need
  • One and half litres of Milk
  • One cup Sugar
  • Two tbs of Ghee
  • A pinch of Cardamom powder
  • A pinch of Edible camphor

How To
1.Take a thick bottomed vessel or pan(traditionally Uruli)pour the milk and heat on a slow flame.
2.Keep stirring very often otherwise it will stick to the bottom and heat on slow flame else it will become brown in colour.since it takes a long time.you can start when you are beginning to cook and monitor along with your other cooking.(just be careful the mustard seeds do not crackle and jump in to the milk).
3.When it really becomes thick and sticky add powdered sugar and one tbs of ghee.
4.After adding sugar it becomes a little watery.Heat it until it becomes thick and add the cardamom powder and camphor powder and other tbs of ghee and transfer in to a bowl after it gets cool a bit.


4 comments:

Aish said...

I am eating this right now and it is so delicious! Yum, yum yum

Hari Chandana said...

Absolutely inviting.. You rock dear :)
Indian Cuisine

healthykitschyvegan said...

Would this work with a non-dairy milk (almond milk, to be exact) Or would it not get thick like the dairy milk?

It looks delicious!
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uma shankar said...

I am not sure.I made this with full cream milk.