mathura peda recipe | mathura pede | mathura ka peda | mathura na penda

mathura peda recipe | mathura pede | mathura ka peda | mathura na penda with detailed photo and video recipe. classical indian milk-based sweet dessert made with milk solids and sugar. as the name suggests, the recipe hails from northern indian city of mathura and is generally made during the janmashtami festival. compared to the traditional white peda’s, these contain dark colour as mawa is caramelised.
mathura peda recipemathura peda recipe | mathura pede | mathura ka peda | mathura na penda with step by step photo and video recipe. milk-based desserts are very common across india and are made for a different purpose. the most famous one comes from the bengali cuisine, but there are other cuisines which also makes quality milk desserts. one such easy, simple and tasty milk sweet is the mathura peda known for its texture, taste and flavour.

peda recipes are common across india and it comes in different shape and texture. but out of all the most distinctive ones are mathura peda and dharwad peda. both come in dark textured colour due to the milk caramelisation. having said that it comes with a price. basically the caramelisation process is a slow and steady process with a continuous stir. this can be a tedious task for a novice or even for the professional. yet the end result is impeccable and the taste of this is unmatchable. i personally do not like peda recipe as such, but i have a special interest in this mathura pede and also dharwad peda.

mathura pede

anyway some easy and important tips, suggestions and variations for perfect mathura peda recipe. firstly, i always recommend using heavy full cream milk powder for this recipe. full cream milk yields rich milk solids which should be perfect for this recipe. yet you can experiment with skim milk but may take more time and quantity for the same result. secondly, i have made use of instant khoya/mawa made with milk powder. you can use store-bought mawa or khoya which should also make the same peda. lastly, you can shape these peda’s as you wish and it does not require any particular one.

finally, i request you to check my other indina sweets recipes collection with this post of mathura peda recipe. it mainly includes recipes like milk peda, peda, dharwad peda, ashoka halwa, sheera, karadantu, aate ki pinni, black halwa, thambittu, besan halwa. further to these i would also like to highlight my other detailed recipes collection like,

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mathura peda recipe | mathura pede | mathura ka peda | mathura na penda

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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Servings: 12 peda
Course: sweet
Cuisine: north indian
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easy mathura peda recipe | mathura pede | mathura ka peda | mathura na penda

Ingredients

for instant khova:

other ingredients:

Instructions

  • firstly, in a large kadai heat 1 tsp ghee and add 1 cup milk.
  • also, add 2 cup milk powder and mix well breaking any lumps.
  • keeping the flame on low, stir continuously.
  • the mixture starts to thicken.
  • after 10 minutes, the mixture starts to separate from the pan.
  • keep mixing until it forms a lump. finally, instant mawa is ready.
  • now add tsp of ghee and break mawa into pieces.
  • cook until the mawa turns to crumble texture.
  • once the mixture turns dry, add 2 tbsp milk.
  • continue to saute on medium flame.
  • after 40 minutes the mixture starts to change colour.
  • continue to cook until the mixture turns dark golden brown.
  • cool slightly and blend to a coarse powder.
  • now add ½ cup powdered sugar, ¼ tsp nutmeg powder and ¼ tsp cardamom powder.
  • mix well making sure everything is well combined.
  • furthermore, add 2 tbsp milk and mix well.
  • form a moist mixture adding milk as required.
  • take a ball sized peda mixture and share well.
  • roll into sugar coating all sides.
  • finally, enjoy mathura peda or refrigerate and serve up to a week.
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how to make mathura pede with step by step photo:

  1. firstly, in a large kadai heat 1 tsp ghee and add 1 cup milk.
    mathura peda recipe
  2. also, add 2 cup milk powder and mix well breaking any lumps.
    mathura peda recipe
  3. keeping the flame on low, stir continuously.
    mathura peda recipe
  4. the mixture starts to thicken.
    mathura peda recipe
  5. after 10 minutes, the mixture starts to separate from the pan.
    mathura peda recipe
  6. keep mixing until it forms a lump. finally, instant mawa is ready.
    mathura peda recipe
  7. now add tsp of ghee and break mawa into pieces.
    mathura pede
  8. cook until the mawa turns to crumble texture.
    mathura pede
  9. once the mixture turns dry, add 2 tbsp milk.
    mathura pede
  10. continue to saute on medium flame.
    mathura pede
  11. after 40 minutes the mixture starts to change colour. continue to cook until the mixture turns dark golden brown.
    mathura pede
  12. cool slightly and blend to a coarse powder.
    mathura pede
  13. now add ½ cup powdered sugar, ¼ tsp nutmeg powder and ¼ tsp cardamom powder.
    mathura pede
  14. mix well making sure everything is well combined.
    mathura ka peda
  15. furthermore, add 2 tbsp milk and mix well.
    mathura ka peda
  16. form a moist mixture adding milk as required.
    mathura ka peda
  17. take a ball sized peda mixture and shape well.
    mathura na penda
  18. roll into sugar coating all sides.
    mathura na penda
  19. finally, enjoy mathura peda or refrigerate and serve up to a week.
    mathura pede

notes:

  • firstly, you can use store brought mawa or prepare mawa with fresh milk.
  • also, do not allow the mixture to dry out, make sure to add milk in batches.
  • additionally, you can use tagar in place of powdered sugar for traditional flavour.
  • finally, mathura peda recipe tastes great when it’s moist.

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