Kalakand Indian Milk and Cardamom Fudge

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Preparation info

  • Makes:

    35–48 pieces

    • Difficulty

      Medium

    • Ready in

      1 hr 15

Appears in

52 Weeks 52 Sweets

52 Weeks 52 Sweets

By Vedika Luthra

Published 2021

  • About

One of my most cherished memories of living in India was celebrating Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, which takes place in October. On Diwali, everyone would come together to light firecrackers and share Indian confections, such as kalakand, milk fudge. Traditional kalakand requires the separation of milk, and then cooking the curds slowly with more milk and sugar. My recipe is a cheat version—it cuts the recipe time in half and calls for fewer ingredients but is just as