halwa

Halwa is a dessert that shares some sweet connections with everyone. Warm your winters with some sugary recipes and relish the goodness of winters. Hot halwa tastes best in winters. Whether it is a festive season or it is about satisfying the sweet tooth in freezing weather, halwa has never disappointed us.

So, here I share some syrupy recipes of halwa which you must try these winters! 

Gajar Ka Halwa
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There is nobody who doesn’t love Gajar Ka Halwa! Gajar ka halwa is made of carrots and khoya (Made of dried hot milk). Grate carrots and put desi ghee in a pan. After the ghee gets hot, put the grated carrots in a pan. Add milk and let the carrots soak this milk. Then, add some sugar, khoya and dry fruits. And it’s ready!

Can you smell the lovely aroma of Gajar ka halwa? Well, don’t wait to try it then!

Badam Halwa
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Strain and grind poppy seeds (khas khas) soaked in milk. Add blanched grounded almonds to it. Then, add milk and cardamom and mix together to smoothen the mixture. Cook for some time on a slow flame. Then, add khoya, sugar and saffron after the mixture gets thick. Thicken the mixture and add ghee.

And, the toothsome dessert is ready to binge on!

Suji Halwa
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Roast equal quantity of suji in ghee at low flame. Then add some water and sugar. Cook it on low flame. Garnish it with some of your favorite dry fruits. Aaah! Yummy-licious halwa is ready to eat!

Tastiest dessert with some simple ingredients!

Moong Dal Halwa
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Soak moong dal overnight. Then grind the dal by adding some water till it smoothens. Put some ghee in a pan and add ghee and moong dal paste. Stir the mixture on low flame and keep stirring to break the lumps. Take another pan and add milk, water and sugar in it. Stir and boil till the sugar gets dissolved. Add the mixture to the moong dal paste and keep stirring. Cook till the milk is absorbed. Then, add some dry fruits in it.

Hot moong dal halwa is read to get attacked!

Banana Halwa
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Peel and mash ripped bananas. Roast some nuts in ghee. After roasting the nuts, put them aside. Then, in the same ghee add mashed bananas and cook for a minute. Then add sugar and stir. Cook till the mixture thickens. Then add some ghee, cardamom powder and roasted nuts to it. Stir well. Garnish the halwa with some nuts.

Mouth-watering halwa is ready to get grabbed!

Apple Halwa
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Apple muffin! Apple tart! But, this time it is apple halwa. Fry some slices of apples in ghee. Add some water after the apples get soft and brownish in color. Cook the apples at low flame for some time till the slices get thickened. Then, mash these apples with the help of a spoon and stir. Add sugar and continue stirring. Then, add vanilla extract and cinnamon powder. Cook till the mixture becomes semi-transparent. Garnish it with chopped dry fruits.

Perfect use of apples in the form of halwa this winters!

Suji Malai Halwa
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Mix suji and cream (malai) and keep the mixture aside for half an hour. Boil water, sugar and cardamom powder and stir till the sugar dissolves. Add the mixture of suji and malai in another pan and roast till it gets golden brown. Then, add sugar syrup to the pan and cook at low flame. Cook the mixture till it thickens. Garnish it with some nuts.

And, the hot and delicious sweet-dish is ready!

Who doesn’t want to relish these sugary hot halwas in icy-cool weather? I can’t wait to try these recipes. What are you waiting for?

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