₹110.00 – ₹440.00
High fat milk is condensed and added with sugar to form the tasty milk kova.
- Made Fresh For Every Order
- The sweets is made of 100% Natural Ingredients
- Perfect Sweet For Every Occasion
- No Trans Fat
- No Artificial Colour
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Milk Gova is a dairy product, originating from the Indian subcontinent, widely used in the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent, encompassing India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan. It is made of either dried whole milk or milk thickened by heating in an open iron pan. It is lower in moisture than typical fresh cheeses such as ricotta.
A concentration of milk to one-fifth volume is normal in the production of milk kova. Kova is used as the base for a wide variety of Indian sweets. About 600,000 metric tons are produced annually in India. Khoa is made from both cow and water buffalo milk. Khoa is made by simmering full-fat milk in a large, shallow iron pan for several hours over a medium fire. The gradual evaporation of its water content leaves only the milk solids. The ideal temperature to avoid scorching is about 80 °C (180 °F). Another quick way of making khoa is to add full fat milk powder to skimmed milk and mixing and heating until it becomes thick. This may, however, not have the same characteristics as traditionally made khoa.
Nutritional Facts *
|Value Per Milk Kova
||% Daily Values|
*Nutritional information values from internet sources for references.
1 kg, 250 g, 500 g
Cardamom, Milk, Saffron, Sugar
10 days from the date of packing (when stored in an airtight container)
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