This recipe is very special for me , as this was one of the first things I made during my school days . As you know , we were never allowed in the kitchen when we were young , our job was only to study , that’s it. Kitchen was only my Mom’s and grandmom’s domain.I had very little or no exposure to the world of cooking.
During this same time, in school, a special hour was being introduced that was called SUPW, and it was intended for Some Useful Productive Work. I do clearly remember though , this hour was renamed as Some Useful Period Wasted , by us students 😉 .
Our regular teachers had to teach us something new apart from the regular subjects during this hour.
We were supposed to learn some skills and these included , sowing , weaving , cooking ( heat less of course) etc. This snow ball recipe is one that I learned during this period.
I remember that day we had served it to all the teachers in the school. Even after returning home , i had made a fresh batch and served it to everyone. And the feedback and reviews were awesome.
Maybe that day instigated the love of cooking within me – love of eating was always there 😉 .
Yesterday , my Mom sent me some beautiful Gadwal Khoya ( or dried whole milk ) specially from Delhi. While thinking of what could be done with it , I remembered these awesome Snow Balls. I just had to make them . More over, all the other options looked too time consuming , like gulab jamun or Khoa Poli.
Just about 3 ingredients , and you can get these fudge balls ready in no time ! Remember no cooking involved! Give these a try , and do share how you like it.