Milk toffee, also known as milk fudge or doodh peda, is a sweet confectionery made with milk, sugar, and butter or ghee. It is a popular dessert in South Asian countries, such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Milk toffee is typically made by heating milk, sugar, and butter or ghee in a heavy-bottomed pan until the mixture thickens and forms a soft, chewy consistency. The mixture is then poured into a greased tray and allowed to cool and set. Once set, the milk toffee is cut into bite-sized pieces and served.
Milk toffee has a rich and creamy texture and a sweet, caramel-like flavor. It is often flavored with cardamom, saffron, or other spices for added depth of flavor. Milk toffee is commonly served as a dessert or snack and is often enjoyed during festivals and celebrations.
While milk toffee is a delicious treat, it is high in calories and sugar and should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.