Khoa is another name for Khoya which refers to a milk-based product made by stirring over milk over a low heat until it is dehydated and becomes a thick paste which is pressed into cakes. It is used in making Indian cakes and other sweets and to enrich sweet or savory dishes. Moreover, Khoa is a boiled milk cooked until it is in almost semi-solid form. In India, Khoa is also known as Mawa.

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