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Kacha Golla Recipe | Pranhara Kacha Golla | Paneer Laddu

Kacha golla | Pranhara Kacha Golla | Paneer Laddu | West Bengal Sweet with detailed photos and video

Kacha golla is a famous sweet from Kolkata, West Bengal, made with Indian cottage cheese, paneer. This highly demanding sweet is so light and has a melt in mouth consistency compared to other milk based Indian sweets. Now a day, it is available in other states also, but i doubt, whether it is available in Kerala or not. But, we can see a vast variety of milk based sweets in Kerala bakeries.

    Here I have shared the quick and easy panhara kacha golla recipe along with a detailed description of making home made chenna or paneer. If the paneer is already made, then you can make this yummy sweet within no time. You can try this dish with the ready-made paneer also, but with home made paneer we get smooth textured kacha gollas. You can also add some flavoring agents like cardamom, saffron, rose water, etc.  A really tempting dish, try at least once, you won't stop.

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    Melt In Mouth Milk Sweet

    Preparation time: 30 minutes| Cooking time: 10 minutes | Total time: 20 minutes


    • 1 liter full cream milk
    • 2 tablespoon sugar
    • 2 1/2  tablespoon condensed milk
    • lemon juice as needed or 2 tbsp vinegar + 1 tbsp water
    • 3 tablespoons milk powder

    How to make Pranhara Kacha Golla - Video

    Pranhara Kacha Golla Preparation With Step By Step Preparation

    • To Make Kacha Golla, boil milk in a clean and neat thick bottomed pan. Full-cream milk is best for this recipe, as this gives increased quantity and texture. Keep the pan over high flame and wait till it boils. 
    • Once the milk starts to boil, reduce the flame to medium and pour vinegar mixed with equal amount of water and mix well. You can use a few drops of lemon instead of vinegar, then no need to mix with water.
    • The milk will start to curdle immediately. Once solids separate fully, switch off the flame.
    • Strain through a clean cloth kept of a strainer. You can either keep a bowl to collect the whey. 
    • Pour some fresh water and clean thoroughly. You can use a spoon or a wooden ladle for this purpose.

    • Make a bag by holding all ends together and then squeeze carefully with your hands to remove excess whey if present. Now have it somewhere so that all the water content from this home made paneer drain away completely. It may take up to thirty minutes or more. 
    • After thirty minutes, you can see a beautiful thick mass of home made paneer inside the cloth. 
    • Transfer into a plate and powder it using your hands. Then divide the paneer equally into two halves. Transfer one portion into another plate and set aside.
    • Mix thoroughly by rubbing and mashing until and unless you get a very smooth texture.
    • Then cook in a pan and pour condensed milk. Adjust the amount of condensed milk to your taste. The pan should be kept over low flame to avoid burning. 
    • Then mix with a wooden spoon or spatula, the mix will be watery in the beginning.
    • But with time, it will form a thick mass as shown here. 
    • Mix this paneer and condensed milk batter with the second part of paneer that we have set aside. 
    • Wait for a few minutes until it come to touchable temperature. Then mix well till smooth and make small lemon sized balls. You can add some flavoring agents at this stage. The kacha golla, we get here is usually have a rose water taste, but you can try different variations like saffron, cardamom etc.
    • Roll in milk powder. Refrigerate it for a few hours because it tastes good when cold. 
    • Enjoy.
    Happy cooking

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