Dharwad peda is an Indian sweet delicacy unique to the northern Karnataka city; Dharwad. It derives its name from the city of Dharwad in Karnataka. This sweet’s history is around 175 years old. Dharwad peda has been accorded Geographical Indication tag.
- Akshayakalpa Organic Malai Paneer:200gm
- Alshayakalpa Organic Cow Ghee: 2 spoons
- Sugar/Mishri powder: 3-4 spoons
- Akshayakalpa Organic Milk
Grate 200gms of paneer
In a pan add the paneer, 2 spoons of ghee and fry them on a low flame
Add the sugar/Mishri powder, keep mixing
Add a spoon of milk every 8-10 minutes ensuring it doesn’t dry out, the colour slowly changes.
Once the colour turns golden brown, turn off the flame and cool it down.
After cooling down, blend it to a fine powder, all this to the pan, add 4-5 spoons of milk and cook till it turns brown.
While the mixture is partially hot, make cylindrical shapes out of them and roll it in the sugar. You can add little milk if it can’t hold shape.
That’s it Enjoy your Dharwad Peda.