2. Mix the khoa and sugar in a large pan and heat on low flame while stirring occasionally. If you like it less sweeter adjust the amount of sugar. The mixture starts to melt and slowly thickens again. This whole process may take anywhere from 20-30 min considering the quantities we started off with. As the Khova thickens into a chapathi dough consistency take off the flame. Le the mixture cool a little bit. If it cools completely it may be hard to mould so start making the khova kajjikayalu when it is just enough heat to handle.
3. Take spoon fulls of cooked khova into the palm or onto a plastic sheet and press to make small puri shaped half cm thick circles about 3 inch diameter. Place the kobbari louz you made in step 1 in the middle and cover it with the khova and use your palm to shape them into balls or laddus. The delightful Khova kajjikayalu are ready to serve.
These can be stored airtight for about a week. Enjoy!
Wish You all....