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MyCookbook Member: simplegirl
Recipe Category: Dessert
Recipe Preparation Level: moderate

    1 ltr Homogenized Milk
    2 tsp White Vinegar
    1 1/2 C Sugar
    3 C Water

    Bring the milk to a boil and add vinegar to the boiling milk to separate
    the whey. Throw away the liquid part by sifting the stuff onto a muslin
    cloth. Pour some cold water over the curd to cool and wash it. Discard
    the water and hang the cloth for 15-20 minutes to let the excess water
    drip off.

    Put the curd in a food processor or blender and blend at high speed to
    get a smooth consistency. You may add just a little (1 tsp or so) water
    while blending, if the curd is too dry and will not blend. Be very
    careful so as not to add any extra water. Remove the paste and make
    small balls (1-2" in diameter).

    Boil water in a wide vessel. Make sure that there is at least 2-3" of
    water in the vessel. If not, add more water and increase the quantity
    of sugar proportionately. Add sugar to the boiling water to make a
    light syrup.

    Continue boiling the syrup and gently drop the curd balls in the boiling
    syrup. Cook the balls in the boiling syrup for 30-40 minutes. Remove
    from the heat and let the stuff cool down. Put the balls and the syrup
    in a storage container and refrigerate (don't freeze). Serve cold.

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