Condensed Milk using milk powder! Surprised? Making condensed milk at home using milk powder is doable. See, it’s not like I have made it & that’s why I am saying this. NO. You, too, can make.
Your condensed milk will look & taste exactly like those available in the market. So, let’s get started.
Let me tell you this – I’m not a professional chef & not even a home chef. I am a big-time foodie who loves to play dodhiya. Oh, boy! I am a die-hard fan of Garba.😊
Okay, now let’s put Navratri aside & focus on condensed milk using milk powder. By the way, you can check out fast (upvas/vrat) recipes here on TastedRecipes, especially on the occasion of Navratri.
So, finally, here’s your condensed milk using milk powder.
What is Condensed Milk?
Condensed milk is an ingredient used in desserts & baking items. Although it is readily available in grocery stores, you can make it all yourself.
The best part is – condensed milk is an excellent substitute for granulated or powdered sugar.
The basic definition of condensed milk is full-fat milk boiled and then milk powder & sugar mixed thoroughly. You can watch our kheer recipe videos to see how sugar is replaced with condensed milk.
On the other hand, if you are a fan of halwa just like me, try our dudhi halwa & gajar halwa made with condensed milk (No Sugar).
This condensed milk can be stored for a long time, provided you store it in a glass container. Additionally, please keep it in the refrigerator. Do not store it in desi style. I mean in a steel bowl with a plate cover on it. Don’t do that.
Use a glass jar with an airtight lid. It will keep your milk powder condensed milk consumable for a long time.