July 23, 2008


As my PC's behaviour is fine today Iam able to post again and that too the most favourite one for anybody whether young or old.This is my MIL's recipe and and excellent and easy to make too.

Amulya milk powder-500gms
Sugar-5 cups
White butter-400gms(approx)
Cocoa powder-8tsps(heaped)
Nuts of choice-as required

Take sugar in a heavy bottomed vessel and pour water till the sugar level
Keep stirring till thick consistency,that is when you drop the syrup in a small bowl of water we should be able to make a soft ball.Keep checking for this stage.Remove from fire
Add milk powder slowly and stir continously to avoid lumps
To this add butter and keep stirring ,add cocoa powder and stir till smooth
Add nuts of your choice or even plain
Grease a tray with butter and pour the mixture spreading it evenly
Refrigerate till little hard so that it can be cut to required shapes

Keep checking the sugar syrup for the correct consistency
Add butter only till the mixture does'nt stick to the sides of the vessel

If you want white chocolate do not add cocoa powder
You can also pour the mixture in chocolate moulds


Srivalli said...

renuka..that looks so yummy..I know how tasty it must've been as I remember making the same some years back..wish I could taste it now..:)

Roma said...

List of ingredients is simple and procedure description is clear. I have bookmarked this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing!

Rachel said...

I'd like to have a bite now!!1

Mansi Desai said...

my sis-in-law makes alot of these in india! looks good gal!:)

Sangeeth said...

wow! yummy!I'd like to have some too...

easycrafts said...

We also used to make this some years back...can i have the plate please

bhags said...

never knew making chocolate would be such an easy task, with so simple ingredients....nice one renuka

Lavi said...

hmmm...would like to try one renuka...looks so yummy..

Cham said...

Looks so yummy :)

ranji said...

wow.. that chocolate is simply delicious....thnks to ur mil and u for sharing it with us :)

Nithu said...

I have never tried chocolates at home. But yours is tempting me to try. Sooo good.

Andhra Flavors said...

very easy and simple home made choclate

Divya said...

Yummy chocolate renuka..home-made chocolates are always more delicious,I feel.Surely got to try your verson.I too have got a recipe from my MIl,which is quite similar to this one!!

Bhawana said...

These are looking very tempting and mouthwatering. Will try for sure. When we were small my granny used to bring for us. and now I search in the market but never seen anywhere. After 20 years I am seeing this in ur blog. cud remember my childhood days. Thanks for this :). I have added it my favourite. Perfect.

renuka said...

Thanks all of u and hope u all would try it some day