This particular snack has been on my list since a while now and finally, I could bring it on. Gunje or Gujiya as it is called in the North of India and Karanji in Maharashtra, is a peculiar and extremely special preparation in all Indian households during the festive season of Diwali. Lets check out.
Coming back to what you love is a privilege and I couldn’t be happier! ; On this sweet note, I thought to resume my journey with a dessert. Kalakand is a much loved Indian dessert and the creamy and milky texture just melts in the mouth. This recipe shows a very very simple process of making Kalakand; It is for people like me who can’t resist having it and wouldn’t go to a store to buy either. Let’s go!
With the festivities in the air and Diwali not too far, I have come up with this all-time-favorite milk/mawa/khoya sweets which are astonishingly simple to prepare and in less than 30 minutes; You need not buy mawa or khoya from shop for this dish. You can prepare your own mawa at home as shown in this recipe! Trust me, this recipe takes 30 minutes to prepare. I believe, if I can cook so can you and so can anybody! 🙂