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Chocolate Penda (Peda)

By Tejal Hewitt @Tejal_x

As you know, I can’t make something traditional without adding my twist! So here it is – Chocolate Penda (peda)

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These little guys are slightly more fudgy when the traditional milk penda.

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Chocolate seems liked a good combination with the penda – so here it goes!

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This recipe makes a good home family portion – about 12-14 small pendas and they are perfect for gifts!

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Ingredients:
1/2 Can Condensed Milk
1/2 Cup Milk powder
1/2 Cup of dark Chocolate
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp Ghee
Chopped mixed nuts

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In a fry pan, add the condensed milk and milk powder.

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Stir to gether the condensed mlk and milk powder until combined.

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Heat up the pan on low to medium heat and add ghee and chocolate.

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Keep stirring and the mixture will slowly thicken.

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The mixture will start to form into a dough, don’t allow to get to thick, as the penda will not be soft.

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Grease a worktop space and place mixture on to the grease surface to cool. After about 8-10 minutes should be cool enough to work with. Grease your hands with a little ghee and knead the dough briefly.

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Take a little dough and roll into a ball and flatten slightly, you should be able to roll all the pendas while they are still warm.

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Sprinkle on some chopped nuts to each penda

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Allow to cool completely and enjoy.

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