Jun 172012
 

My husband challenged me to make palkova/theratipal (kova) for his birthday, assuming that I’ll need to stand in front of stove stirring milk for around 2 to 3 hours. Coincidently that day had been the most busy day for me. Pressed for time, I decided to make the shortcut microwave method (I didn’t take step by step picture while making palkova as I was not intending to post it, I’ll update this post with step by step pictures the next time I make it). The result was hassle free yet very tasty, made in just under 30 minutes with minimal supervision. I had some leftover palkova and wanted to experiment with it in baking.

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After all, my sister was here and how can I not use the opportunity of using her as a guinea pig. So I made some pastry cups, filled them with the palkova and baked them. She wanted to see the work involved in making, clicking, and writing a post for my blog, so why not make her try them as well. The cups were not only attractive but also very tasty. The palkova remained in the cups while baking without oozing out, and was little chewy in the inside with crispy, flaky pastry outside. Yum!!! we both settled down with a cup in each of our hands devouring them with some sister bonding on the side.

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Ingredients:

Frozen Pastry Dough — 1 Sheet (You can also used pie crust dough and the recipe to make fresh ones is given here)

Sweetened Condensed Milk — 1 can (14 oz)

Thick Yogurt — 3 Tbsp

Ghee(Clarified Butter) — 9 tsp

Method:

1. To make the palkova/theratipal— In a large glass bowl, mix sweetened condensed milk, yogurt, and 3 tsp of ghee. Heat on microwave on high for 4 minutes. Make sure you let it stand for about a minute before mixing to avoid splashing of ingredients on your face.

2. Add 2 tsp of ghee now and return it back to the microwave and heat for 2 minutes. Repeat this step with every 2 minutes increment and addition of 2 tsp of ghee for another 2 times until the condensed milk mixture turns in to a dark brown solid. Keep aside and let it cool on a plate to be used in the pastry cups.

3. Thaw the frozen pastry dough and cut in to small rectangles. Arrange it inside muffin moulds forming a shape of a cup. Preheat oven to 400F. Add a tablespoon of palkova/theratipal on to the cups and bake till the crust is slightly golden brown (about 10-15 minutes). Remove from oven, let it cool completely and serve. Enjoy!!!

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My Day 2, week 3, BM#17 entry under “Cooking with ready made stuff”. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#17

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  28 Responses to “Palkova Pastries”

  1. Wow wat an incredible pastries, seriously am amazed to ur see your creativity..lovely.

  2. Nice idea to try out the palkova as a filling. The pastry looks mouthwatering.

  3. Very cute looking pastry cups. Your sister must have loved it!

  4. That’s such an interesting idea.. wow!

  5. Very tempting and mouth watering!!!!!

  6. That is one innovative pastry!

  7. Innovative recipe, Jayanthi! Beautiful clicks and the palkova pastries are mouthwatering!

  8. Excellent idea.. They look very yummy..
    Awesome clicks..

  9. They look real yum!..and trust me if I could get inside this box..I would have picked up one of these..yes just one!..I am on a diet!..ehe..seriously they look too good:))

  10. Thanks Guys…..appreciate your comments.

  11. Wow jayanthi now where did you get this idea. Such a wonderful recipe mouthwatering

  12. wow lovely idea…i will try

  13. Thanks Padma and Vanamala.

  14. never heard of these..looks delicious

  15. great looking recipe

  16. Nice dish you have to bond over with :). Absolutely lovely clicks!

  17. Wonderful idea…Interesting filling.Lovely clicks.

  18. Nice idea and I like the shortcut palkova too. My daughter loves it.

    Vardhini
    Event: Kid’s Delight

  19. Thanks Everyone….appreciate your comments.

  20. Awesome use of puff pastry in an Indian dessert.. Looks delicious.

  21. Lovely Clicks!!!

  22. awesome blog! i stumbled upon ur blog accidently and believe me itz truly a veggie delight for ppl like me….U are so innovative!!!! nvr realised that simple palkova can be churned this way !!!! fab job 🙂

  23. Its a brilliant invention! Good job

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