The popularity of cheesecakes across the world is such that every restaurant has its version. From country-styled cheesecake in the United States to topfentorte in Austria and fiadone in France to käsekuchen in Germany, there are endless iterations. While we are discussing cheesecakes, it is important to mention kalakand from India.
A traditional dessert, kalakand is a milk-based sweet that can be enjoyed with a glass of warm milk. The beauty of this dessert rests entirely in its grainy texture. It is easy to make at home, and you can follow this recipe to enjoy it with family and friends.
As it becomes a little thicker, add sugar and cardamom powder while stirring it continuously. Turn the flame to low and add grated paneer to it. Let it cook for some time. Switch the flame back to high and keep stirring it continuously. Once the mixture starts to leave the sides of the pan, turn the flame off.
After a few hours, take it out of the fridge, remove the butter paper carefully and cut the mixture into pieces using a knife. Garnish with saffron strands and pistachios. Your delicious homemade kalakand is ready to be served.
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