Mawa Misri Pedas: A soft and subtle Indian sweet that gets ready in a jiffy! The first time I made these at home, I was surprised that they were ready in just 10 mins and were delicious — I just couldn’t stop eating them! Hence, I noted the recipe with the thought that I’ll make them again whenever I need something quick and easy. So here it is, the simplest recipe that you can make today as an offering to Lord Krishna on the ocassion of Janmashtami!
Preparation Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Yields: 20 pieces

100 grams Cottage Cheese
100 grams Khoya
3 tablespoon Sugar
4 to 5 Cardamoms powdered
Chopped mixed nuts for decoration

1. Knead cottage cheese very well.
2. Sieve khoya.
3. Mix cheese and khoya. Add the sugar and cardamom and mix very well.
4. Make small balls and decorate with chopped nuts. Store in the refrigerator.

TIP: Use the powder of crystalized sugar (misri) instead of the regular powdered sugar, for a more authentic taste!
– Add vanilla or kewra essence instead of cardamom powder. – Add saffron to the mix to make some Kesar Mawa Misri Pedas.

Hope you enjoy it! Happy Janmashtami to all! šŸ™‚
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