In Sindhis there is a sweet known as Bhugi Mawe ji Mithai, but I could not get Mawa here so I substituted it with ricotta cheese and the end result was amazing. This was an instant hit everyone loved it so much that I did not even get to taste it.

Ingredients
850 gms ricotta cheese
300 gm sugar (Can use more or less according to taste)
1 tsp cardamom powder
4 tbsp blanched and slivered almonds. (Any dry fruit can be used, pista, cashews etc..)

Method

  1. Heat the ricotta cheese in a thick pan till all the water evaporates and it dries up completely. Approximately 45 minutes.
  2. Add the sugar and cook again till the mixture dries up.
  3. Remove from heat, add the cardamom powder. Mix Well.
  4. Grease a plate and pour the cheese mithai in it.
  5. Garnish with the almonds.
  6. Cool Completely.
  7. Cut into diamonds and serve.


12 comments:

Bhawana said...

kya bat hai di. I was waiting for this to be blogged from a long time. now in this weekend m going to try this. Soooooooooooooo tempting :) and mouth wtareing.

Uma said...

ooh, the mithai looks so delicious and easy too! I never made anything with ricotta cheese. May be time has come to make this wonderful sweet. Thanks Medhaa!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

nice dessert! isn't it like kalakand?

Cham said...

Look like kalakhand but take much longer to cook right? Is it very dry, I love only milk sweet, looks delectable :)

sowmya said...

good one..looks yumm

Sujatha said...

this is a new recipe, never made anything with ricotta cheese.. Sweet looks yummy!

Alka said...

Wow..i had been asked by many visitors about the substitutes of Mawa...now i know wht to answer them...This one looks exactly same as bhughal maaye ji mithai..lovely..

Sangeeth said...

sounds yummy but i have a question...was the taste very cheesy?wud love to try it..thanks girl!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Even I do this sweet often. Looks so good. Nice presentation. YUM!

Vibaas said...

is it same as kalakand? looks absolutely yummy!

Bhawana said...

di I made this using condensed milk and it was kalakand for us. thanks for sharing. soon I am going to blog it.

welcome said...

WOW!! It looks yummy and easy to prepare will surely try it today.Thanks for posting

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