Sunday, May 15, 2011

Home Made Khova/Khoya - Sugarless


  • Milk - 1 litre
  • Ghee - 1 tsp (optional)


  • In a big pan (non stick works well), start boiling the milk.
  • When it becomes half its quantity, start stirring well, so that it does not stick to the bottom, keeping flame in medium.
  • In this stage, if you need ghee, you can add. But it is optional only.
  • When the milk, becomes very less quantity, as shown in last figure, switch off the stove.
  • Sugarless khova is ready to be used in making, gulab jamuns, carrot halwa etc...
  • It can be stored in fridge for more than 15 days.

This goes to my event Dish Name Starts with H

14 lovely comments:


time consuming but sure it's worth all the trouble...can u say approx time u took to finish this...?

Hari Chandana P

Very useful post.. looks absolutely perfect.. thanks for sharing !!
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chef and her kitchen

one needs lot of patience 2 make dis..kudos 2 u

Jayanthy Kumaran

Hy Akila,
Awesome recipe...Now have the confidence to try at home.
Will send in my entries to your new event soon.
have you seen my mail..

Tasty Appetite

Vimitha Durai

Thanks for sharing the step by step recipe dear... Always wanted to try home made khoya..

Hamaree Rasoi

Though it's little time taking but the end result is really worth it. thanks very useful post
Raj Kachori looks simply delicious and tempting. Clicks look great as well .

Hamaree Rasoi


You have loads of patience dear... looks great..

Priya Suresh

U have loads of patience, fabulous khoya..


Thanks for the lovely recipe!


wonderful post !! looks so perfect !!


I've never made this at home. looks so rich!


Thanks for homemade kova...


Very useful post.. looks absolutely perfect.. thanks for sharing !!


Looks absolutely perfect :)

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