Chocolate Kalakand

I would like to celebrate small milestone yes this 500th post of this blog!. I started this blog out of interest in photography and before starting I was looking around and wondered whether I will justice to what I want to do with 101 things to be done and with less time on hand. Well, here I am and I am happy for all the support and encouraging words I have recieved from fellow bloggers and all the new friends I have gained.
Now, back to today's post I had mawa / Khoya in the fridge and was thinking about what to do. I saw this recipe sometime back in Nag's Place. My kids are big fan of Chocolate. They are not a big fan of milk sweets. However they recently had Chocolate burfi and seems to like it. So wanted give it a try. Click here for original recipe

Mawa / Khoya - 1 Cup
Sugar - 1/2 Cup + 1 tablespoon
Milk - 2-3 tablespoon
Chocolate Powder - 2 tablespoon
Ghee - 2 teaspoon
Mixed Nuts - 3 tablespoon

Mix chocolate powder in a milk and mix without any lumps and keep it aside
Grease a plate with a Ghee and keep it aside
Heat the Kada. Add Khoya and sugar. In medium flame stir the Khoya mix till it is thickens (~ 4-5 mins)
Add Chocolate mix and 1 teaspoon of Ghee to the Kohya mix. Mix well. Simmer it till it is hard and leaves the side when u stir. It took another 5 mins for me.
Pour this into the greased plate. Top it off with chopped nuts. Once it's cools down refrigerate for an hour and cut into desired size and shape pieces.
Enjoy it