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This milk fudge is a favourite all over India. At Diwali, pedhas are a must in both, Uttar Pradesh as well as in the Punjab. They are also known as peda or penda, in other states.
Mix the khoya and sugar well, and warm it over a medium fire. Add 2 tablespoons of the milk and stir with a heavy ladle smoothening out any lumps. Continue stirring and add more milk, little by little, till all the milk is used up. Lower the heat, if it sticks at the bottom.
Add the rose essence or saffron dissolved in milk, and take off the fire. Mix the flavouring and khoya properly.
In a plate, mix the finely slivered nuts with the cardamom or elaichi powder.
Make small balls of the khoya mixture and press on the nuts for decoration.
You can also make depressions along the edges with a spoon handle
or other stamp moulds for surface designs .
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