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  • Serves 30
  • Makes 50
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients

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Milk cake is a traditional Indian sweets recipes that’s eaten on different occasions.


Ingredients (serves 30 | makes 50 Piece)

  • 800g Full cream milk powder
  • 600ml Thickened cream
  • 500g Brown raw sugar

Method

  1. Mix all the above written ingredients in the microwave safe bowl. Mix it well with spatula. Make sure there are no lumps.
  2. Cover with lid and place in microwave for 8 minutes. After 8 minutes mix it well again in cut and fold style.
  3. Again place in microwave for 4 min and leave it as is after more 4 minutes.
  4. Bring the container out and see if it’s started to change colour. There's no need to mix it, only place it back in the microwave for 3 more minutes.
  5. By this time it should have changed the colour to light brown and cream. Let it cool for few hours then take it out in the big plate and cut pieces as wanted.

  • This Indian Milk Cake looks delicious. Goes in the microwave a lot. Wonder if it is very sweet using 500g of raw sugar.

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  • Is this one of the traditional indian sweets like you can buy in some Indian restaurants? if it is I will definitely try it. I love indian sweets!

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  • Sounds very interesting. Not many ingredients


    • Yes , it’s easy and worth to try. Many thanks

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  • I have heard a lot recently about how tasty these milk cakes are. I can’t believe how few ingredients are in it! Will have to try it. Thanks for sharing!

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  • What a fascinating recipe!

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  • I like the sound of this Indian Milk Cake, but it sounds very sweet and I have a sweet tooth but 40 teaspoons of raw sugar?


    • You can adjust sugar levels for ur own choice.

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  • Wow only 3 ingredients!? I never knew this recipe existed. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • I love this didn’t know it was so easy

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  • This sounds amazing! I need to try it!

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  • Ohh I havent ever tried this!

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  • This sounds so different, I”ll have to try it.

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  • This sounds very interesting. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  • Would it be a bit like fudge then?

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  • I’d love for reviews and more images of a finished cake

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  • Simple everyday ingredients. Definitely try this out.

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