So how was your new year celebrations? For me the new year has started on a good note. Owning a microwave oven has been my dream for so many years and it came true on the last day of last year. Yes, I bought a microwave oven on 31st December and made a sweet for the new year in it. I bought a solo version as I already have an OTG. I am not very much interested in cooking in MW. I mainly bought it for my ganache and chocolate preparations. And this instant mawa also has been in my mind ever since I saw it at Tamalapaku. At that time when I was new to blogging and many ingredients, I had to put away the thought of trying it over stove top because I didn’t know what evaporated milk was. Now after 3 year I have some knowledge about substitutions. So with my brand new microwave oven and a substitute for the evaporated milk, I tried it today morning. And after 2 1/2 minutes, I was so happy that I had a batch of delicious mawa. Hereafter I will never waste my time and gas using the stove top method. But if you don’t have a microwave then here is the method I usually use to make mawa (it takes a lot of time but the result is amazing).
Recipe Source: Tamalapaku
Milk Powder – 140 gm / 1 cup
Amul Fresh Cream -200 ml
In a microwave safe bowl mix together the milk powder and fresh cream.
Microwave in high for 2 1/2 minutes.
Stir the mixture once every minute.
Allow it to cool completely.
Now home made instant mawa is ready to be used in sweets and bakes.
Here are some of the dishes which use mawa:
- Milk Powder - 140 gm / 1 cup
- Amul Fresh Cream -200 ml
- In a microwave safe bowl mix together the milk powder and fresh cream.
- Microwave in high for 2 1/2 minutes.
- Stir the mixture once every minute.
- Allow it to cool completely.
- Now home made instant mawa is ready to be used in sweets and bakes.