Jaipur,Kalakand is an Indian sweet created out of coagulated, sweetened milk and paneer.[1] The dish originated in Alwar,Rajasthan, India.

Kalakand is made within the Indian landmass throughout festivals and celebrations, such as Holi,Diwali Navratri and Eid. A large pan is unbroken over a flame and an oversized quantity of milk is cooked and endlessly stirred whereas being thickened with sugar and dry fruits.


Ingredient :-


  • 1 tsp-Elaichi (Cardamom) Powder
  • 2 concentrated tbsp-Dairy bleach
  • 500 gm-Paneer
  • 1 tin (400 gm)-NESTLÉ fieldhand sweet Condensed Milk


Method :-


  • Mash paneer coarsely and mix within the dairy farm bleach and NESTLÉ fieldhand sweet milk.
  • Heat the mixture in a thick bottom pan. Cook on medium heat with constant stirring till the mixture becomes thick and starts exploit the sides of the pan.
  • Remove from the fireplace and unfold onto a lubricated plate. Sprinkle elaichi powder. Cool and cut into squares.


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 Location :-


          Alwar (Rajasthan)


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