Who would have thought that underneath the thick layer of snow, lay the seed in a dormant state. When the time is right, it gently wakes up. From inside the hard coat comes out the softest shoot. The buds on the trees are swollen, the birds are back. The nature just woke up from a slumber. Very soon there will be beautiful flowers in all shades and scents.
Spring is almost synonymous to ‘Hope’. It will be alright. All will be well. I consider this a very important message. Did you have a great Easter? We still cannot lay our guards down, can we? Stay safe friends.
Here is a very easy recipe for a milk fudge. Hope you give it a try.
Recipe: ( Based on a recipe from Hebbar’s kitchen)
Ingredients; Made 12 pieces. ( Depends on the size)
Ghee. 1/4 cup
Milk 3/4 cup
Milk powder 21/2 cup
Sugar 1/2 cup
Vanilla extract 1/2 tsp
Easter eggs to garnish
Place a wax paper on a rectangular pan and grease with butter. Set aside.
Take the ghee on a non stick pan on low heat. Add milk, milk powder and sugar. Keep stirring to avoid any lumps, till the moisture evaporates and it comes together like a dough, about 12-15 minutes. Add the vanilla and mix properly. Turn the heat off.
Transfer this to the greased pan. Use a spatula to get an even surface. Break the easter eggs to big chunks and lay them on the surface. Let the dough rest for about half hour then cut in pieces, in size that you prefer.