Indians all around the world celebrate this event by setting off fireworks and lighting lights of all kinds. Moreover, they make Doodh Peda and drink it because it is in their tradition now and has some significant value attached with it.
Milk – As per your needs
You have to start by heating the pot or the pan which you are using to make this dish.
Once it is hot enough, pour some milk in it.
Keep the milk on heat as long as it does not boil.
Try to use a non-stick pan because it can get messy later on.
Keep boiling the milk for at least two to three hours.
And try to stir it every two to three minutes.
Now when the milk has been boiled for long, it is time for you to add sugar to the thickened milk.
Try to bring the heat down to medium so that you can operate well and you are not around a lot of heat while you are adding other ingredients.
Now with the milk being heated at medium heat, it is time for you to stir the milk with sugar all over again.
Keep stirring the milk for another 40-45 minutes and make sure that the sugar that you have added has dissolved completely inside the milk.
Right when you think the milk is thick enough to be clumped into a ball, remove the heat and cool things down.
Then put the mixture on a plate and let it cool as long as you can.
Let the heat cool down and then you are allowed to make different shapes out of the mixture.
Now when the mixture has been cooled down, try to make it into a shape of a ball.
Use ice-cream scoops if you want it to be perfectly round. And right after making it into balls, put some powdered sugar on top of it.
Congratulations, your Doodh Peda is absolutely ready for you to serve it to your guests, your friends and your family.
You can serve it with almost anything you want, but if you keep it simple, it will maintain its good taste.