We need:

Milk 2 cups
Lime/ lemon juice 4sps
Sugar 1/2 cup
Dry fruits/ cherries for garnishing.


Boil milk on medium heat.
Keep stiring in between. Once milk comes to boil add lime juice.
Stir for a minute and switch off the flame.
Keep stiring, when u see paneer forming on top remove and strain to remove the water.
Use muslin cloth or thin cotton cloth to strain water.
Wash the paneer with cold water to remove the lime/ lemon smell.
Squeeze all the water.
Now transfer this paneer to plate and rub it with your hands for 5 minutes.
Now add sugar to it and mix well for another  5minutes.
Heat pan and cook this paneer on low flame for 3 minutes.
Remove immediately  from flame so that it does not become crumbly.
Let to cool, again rub the paneer with your palms to make smooth dough.
Make small balls of any size.
Garnish with dry fruits or cherries, its up to your taste.

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Priya Suresh said...

Sandesh is one of my favourite bengali sweets after rasgullas, love this quick sweet very much, prefect for diwali celebration.

divya said...

looks yummy n delicious...

Chef Mireille said...

they look so pretty!

Anonymous said...

Nice idea of topping with cherries. Looks festive and attractive

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Very delicious...inviting sandesh

vandana rajesh said...

Sandesh looks really tempting.

Gajus kitchen said...

waw that looks so cute and delicious.

Padmajha said...

One of my favorite sweets. Looks nice...

Srivalli said...

Ah, this is something I am yet to try..

Gayathri Kumar said...

This my favourite sweet. They look awesome..

preeti garg said...

fully tempting

Unknown said...

love sandesh!!! one of my fav!!
very decorative!!!
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Pavani said...

Sandesh have come out perfectly.

The Pumpkin Farm said...

good picture and nice looking recipe