Wednesday, August 8, 2012

MICROWAVE PALKOVA | THIRATIPAL RECIPE

Using condensed milk- ready in 10 minutes – with 3 ingredients Gokulashtami recipes

    When i came to Singapore four years back, my hubby’s friend’s wife sent a box of Thiratipal which tasted awesome and when i called and thanked her and she told me that she made the Thiratipal in Microwave  and she made with condensed milk. Those days i never know that we can search for recipes in Internet and i called her again and noted down the recipe.  After that i tried that once .Later , i totally forgot about the recipe.
Two days back, suddenly i remembered about that recipe and saw in that note book which i have noted the recipe and made it yesterday and since i don’t have Microwave at my place , i went to my friend’s place and made the thiratipal. This got ready in 10 minutes and the taste was too good .
thiratipal

INGREDIENTS:(YIELDS 1 CUP)
CONDENSED MILK 1 CAN(480 ML)
YOGURT 3 TBLSP
GHEE | BUTTER 1/2 TBLSP
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METHOD:
  • Grease a microwave safe  bowl, (take a bigger one) with ghee or butter.
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  • Open the condensed milk and pour it fully into the bowl and add the yogurt.
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  • Keep it in Microwave high for10 minutes and stir in between(every 40 seconds)
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  • After 10- 12 minutes this will come to a good thriatipal consistency.
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  • Even it is slightly loose don’t bother, it will get thick when cooled down.
  • Mine got done in 12 minutes. the timing differs from each microwave.
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Note:
  1. I have seen in a blog that you can add a tblsp of cocoa powder in the beginning and make a chocolate flavored thriatipal.
  2. You can garnish with chopped pistachios or badams .
  3. A pinch of saffron can be added to enhance the flavor.
thiratipal
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59 comments:

  1. Nice n yummy sweet..looks delicious..

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  2. Though I have not tasted this version,I have the exact same recipe written down in my recipe book too!Looks delicious:)

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  3. it looks so nice n yummy...will try this out.

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  4. looks delicious.....mouthwatering palkova :)

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  5. I too make this way.

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  6. Quick n easy sweet! Looks delicious!

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  7. Hey Jeyashri, thanks for stopping by at my English blog! In fact, that's the one started first! :)

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  8. Quick and delicious palkova...yumm

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  9. Wow this looks great....

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  10. wow, i have never tasted this. My dad had told me abt this. Love the pearl chain :)

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  11. Wow..sounds interesting and easy too !!

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  12. Cant take my eyes off..yummy looking thiratipaal!! Way too tempted to grab it right now :)

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  13. Easy to make and tempting paalkova

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  14. this is fantastic! never knew it can be done this quickly

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  15. Beautiful click...looks delicious...am going to try this...

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  16. I can eat the entire bowl if you allow me. will you please pass it? :-)

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  17. My sister thought me last year when she was here. I forgot to note down..I tried after that it become more sticky.. Not sure what I was missing.. After that everytime I talk to her I wanted to ask but for reason it keep slipping my mind.. Now I know what I am missing Yogurt! If sweet making is this easy how to stick to the diet!

    Great presentation Jey

    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  18. Will sure try this, wonderful recipe and the 2nd pic is awesome :)

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  19. Love palkova, never made it at home. Wonderful recipe!

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  20. never knew this before :) amma use to do this but keep stirring the milk :)

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  21. Have to make this. Soon.

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  22. Real yummy one... :)
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  23. wow so yummy... n jeyashri can i avoid curd to this?
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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    1. I have never tried without yogurt. the texture will not be like this and i think it will stick to the bottom also.

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    2. oh thank u for your info jeyashri... but am worried because i hate yogurt...

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    3. I assure you never get the smell or any touch of yogurt in the taste when it is done. So you can proceed

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  24. will try this soon :)

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  25. with the same ingredients, instead of curd, we can use nonfat dry milk powder and add some cardamon pwder

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    1. I have tried a peda with milk powder. thanks for visiting my space

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  26. this is my fav.. just mouthwatering

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  27. inviting dear...join us in Fast Food Noodles event.

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  28. My daughter just loves this... i used to make it so often once upon a time but haven't done this in a while now.

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  29. Very delicious, I do it with condensed milk and ricotta cheese..

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  30. I do the same way too, quick palkova are always welcome at our place too.

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  31. I do same way too ...always comes well ...looks so delish ..nice pics

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  32. wow. I tried it today morning. Its a huge success. It tastes the same as done by the traditional way. Thank you Jeyashri for this excellent quick non messy sweet

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  33. wonderful dessert, gets done so fast! Happy Gokulastami.

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  34. palkova is my all time favorite...yours looking awesome and making me mouthwatering..

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  35. sounds soooper inviting ...yummm
    Tasty Appetite

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  36. Wow!! sounds amazing.Looking awesome.Will try it out.

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  37. Just love it.Jayshree did u cooked in microwave high or medium for the enitre process.Feel like trying now itself.

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  38. That was tasty.....but in minutes....good way to use my mircowave....

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  39. Hi Jeyashri,
    Tried this today. It came out really very good. Enjoyed it. I hope my kid enjoys it too, as I made it exclusively for her birthday today :-).

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  40. Hi Jeyashri,
    Looks yummy!!!! Can this be done in a gas stove top/induction? If so please let me know how do I go about making this.

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    1. Hi Sharon
      this can be made on the stove top too. But it is bit time consuming.But worth trying.
      In that case boil 1 liter of milk stirring constantly till it reduces to semi solid consistency. Add 1/2 to 3/4 cup sugar according to you sweet taste. This will be bit thick after cooling down.

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    2. Thanks a lot for the reply Jeyashri, it came out really well... and tasted heavenly!!! Thank you so much...

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    3. Tried today...well tasted awsome! thanks :)

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  41. I tried this and was a big success! Thank you so much,I also tried your other recipes - idli batter,Mysore pak and peda,all were a big hit! You are the queen of sweets! Love it and looking forward to more.

    Regards
    Aparna

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  42. i tried the same but all the condensed came out of the bowl in the microwave oven...then i tried the rest in the nonstick vessel on the stove :(..now it is sticky

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    1. Hi,
      The most important thing is the vessel must be big than the contents inside. Else it will come out from the bowl while cooking in Microwave. Stove top it will be sticky only

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  43. Hi Jeyashri,Tried this recipe and came out very well. Thanks for the quick & easy recipe :)

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  44. Hi Jeyashri,Tried this recipe and came out very nice. Thanks for the quick & easy recipe :)

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  45. hello mam,.,, i have a small doubt... should i add jaggery or sugar for the sweetness. and how to get the "aavin" style pal khoa...

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    1. If you add jaggery it will curdle. I tried it once. Don't know what is the secret behind aavin

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  46. Shall I use evaporated milk instead of condensed milk??

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    1. No Akila not sure how it will come as evaporated milk will be thin and also contains no sweet

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