Khoya is a basic ingredient used in Indian sweets, desserts, and curries.
FSSAI has launched a nationwide quality survey of khoya and mawa used for making traditional Indian sweets in the wake of the ongoing festive season.
Khoya is often contaminated by adding fine flour, starch, sooji, blotting paper and many harmful ingredients to it (including detergent, chemicals etc.)
Khoya is made of milk thickening by heating and is added to make wide variety of Indian sweets or mithai. However, nowadays, when the demand of khoya is on rise, vendors in order to meet ...
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Here we bring you a very easy dessert recipe that we are sure you all would love to devour. It is called street-style khoya kulfi.
Khoya is extensively used in making a wide variety of dishes across India as well as neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Here are some of our favourite Khoya recipes.
Both variants are derived from dairy. All you need is full cream milk.
Makhmali kofta is the perfect luscious addition to your home-cooked meals. Made with khoya in a coconut gravy, it will leave you craving for more!
If you are a fan of all things creamy and irresistible, then you are in for a treat. This Khoya paneer recipe not only exudes richness, but also balanced set of flavours.