Pedha is one of the most popular Indian sweet items.

Every Indian loves to make as well as eat pedhas on occasion of festivities.And if it celebration of Janmashtami, people definitely make this milk sweet dish as Lord Krishna loved milk, butter and milk products including these yummy pedhas. So, enjoy the festivity of the birth of Lord Krishna with preparation of pedha at your place. Your friends and relatives would enjoy this buttery sweet dish during Janmashtami.

Janmashtami is a perfect time for merrymaking, get together, feasting and enjoyment. On this day, Lord Krishna—the incarnation of Lord Vishnu took birth on earth to remove all the impurities and evil. Hence, His birth is celebrated each year on this earth everywhere. There are delicious Janmashtami recipes cooked to gorge on and gifting is the center of attraction of the day. So, call on your loved ones and give them a pleasant surprise with yummy pedhas. Learn to make pedha at

Pedha for Janmashtami Celebrations

Ingredients Required

  • Milk
  • Sweetened condensed milk
  • Corn flour
  • Citric acid
  • Cardamoms powder
  • Ghee or butter
  • Edible Yellow color


    Take the ghee in a pan and let it get warm. Add milk, condensed milk to it. In a little water add citric acid and then add this too in the milk. Let it heat for sometime and allow it to curdle for sometime. In another wok, make a paste of corn flour and water and keep it aside. When the milk mixture has curdled, then add the corn flour to the milk mixture. Keep stirring the mixture on slow or medium flame and keep cooking until the mixture leaves the sides of the pan. To this add edible yellow color. Now, put off the flame and remove the pan. Pour the mixture onto a dish and give the shape of pedhas. You can garnish these yummy and milky pedhas with chopped or sliced almonds, pistachios and crushed cardamom.



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