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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Quick N Easy Halwa

Halwa preparation is a elobrate procedure and is prepared using a special type of ingedient called 'samba wheat'. This requires the soaking of wheat and extarcing the milk that goes into the preparation of halwas. Neither do I get this kind wheat in my place nor would I dare to get into that lengthy procedure. My Mom still makes it the traditional way and nothing can beat the taste. My Mom gave this recipe to please my desire for halwa. I can say this came pretty close to the traditional method.

Ingredients:

Wheat Flour - 1 cup
Milk - 2 cups
Sugar - 1½ Cups
Ghee - as required.
Cardamom Powder a pinch
Cashew - 8-10
Orange food Color a pinch

Procedure:

1. In about a spoon of ghee roast the cashews and set aside.
2. Mix cardamom and food color to the milk and set aside.
3. Roast the wheat flour in about 2 spoons of ghee and fry for 5 minutes over low heat. Stir constantly to avoid burning.
4. Now add milk to the wheat and mix well. This will cook well and form into a ball.
5. Add the sugar and cook till it comes off the pan without sticking.Add little ghee intemitently as reauired.
5. Remove to a bowl greased with ghee. Add the cashews and enjoy the sweet.

Quick N Easy Halwa:




Check out Menu Todays elobrate procedure here....

30 Comments:

  • At 9:14 PM, Anonymous Madhu said…

    Hi Jayshree,
    Halwa looks wonderful. I never thought making halwa was so easy. Now I got the recipe, will try it soon....Thanks :)

     
  • At 2:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Jayshree,
    Thanks for adding that 'hot' tag to my blog. :) By the way, I have added you to my blog roll now.

     
  • At 4:36 AM, Blogger Manju Bansal said…

    Dear Jayshree,Halwas are always great to eat. Your's is looking delicious.

     
  • At 5:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Wheat flour halwa is a delicacy. I always thought it was complicated to make. Your recipe seems to be simple.

     
  • At 7:46 AM, Blogger Puspha said…

    Thatz super easy. Thanx a lot for sharing.

     
  • At 9:59 AM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said…

    Looks so wonderful Jay!Looks smooth and delicious color.

    Great job:))

     
  • At 12:02 PM, Blogger Krithika said…

    Halwa looks delicious ! Looks easy too ...thanks for sharing

     
  • At 10:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    the color is perfect, looks so good

     
  • At 9:27 AM, Anonymous shilpa said…

    A nice looking halwa jayashree. I will try it soon.

     
  • At 11:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    jayshree, thanks to your mom and you for sharing this recipe. I have not tried halwa as it is very tedious one and also a consuming one also I don't get that much time. I can surely try this shortcut way of making my favorite halwa. thanks for sharing.

     
  • At 11:45 AM, Blogger jayshree said…

    Madhu hope you like when you try. DO let me know.

    Vaishali , Thnx for adding to blogroll.

    Manju and Lakshmi, thnx for the nice words.

    Pushpa sure its super easy !!

     
  • At 11:47 AM, Blogger jayshree said…

    Asha, Kirthika & Lakshmi, Thnx for the ncie words.

    Shilpa, let me know when you try.

    Mythreyee, Thnx for dropping by.

     
  • At 1:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    wow jayshree,
    halwa looks so delicious...
    cheers

     
  • At 10:24 PM, Blogger Prema Sundar said…

    jayshree I have seen my SIL trying to make halwa. and it really turned out to a brick..it took a long time too . urs look simple and quick. thanks for the recipe.

     
  • At 11:55 PM, Blogger Vcuisine said…

    Hi Jayshree, It looks very simple and easy to make. Will definitely try and let you know the result. Nice blog. Viji

     
  • At 2:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi Jayasree,

    Halwa tooks yummy,procedure seems to be v.easy.

    Will try soon..

     
  • At 6:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi,

    Thanks for the excellent recipe. Halwa has come out very well and it is delicious too.

    Nandhini

     
  • At 5:24 PM, Anonymous just for fun said…

    Wonderful Halwa!!
    looking like trinelveli halwa.
    Will try it.
    Happy holidays
    -JJ

     
  • At 9:03 PM, Anonymous Priya S&S said…

    Never tried wheat halwa with flour, have always tried only with wheat rava. Now that I have you recipe I can try it out. Looks Delicious !

    Wish you and your family a Happy new year !

     
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  • At 7:06 PM, Blogger annie_linux said…

    Hey, the food on this blog looks great! I was wondering if you are the same VeggieDelight who posted this response to an inquiry about rennet on animalsuffering.com. If so, then I wanted to know how your experimentation with making "cheese" from soy milk, rennet, etc went? I've just begun experimenting with the same process and I'm looking for useful pointers. You can e-mail me directly at fdffisher AT gwu DOT edu.

     
  • At 7:07 PM, Blogger annie_linux said…

    ah, that's fdfisher NOT fdffisher.

     
  • At 1:28 PM, Blogger swapna susarla said…

    the color of the halwa is so good jaya!!

     
  • At 11:56 AM, Blogger Trupti said…

    Hi Jayshree.
    Halwa looks delicious & recipe is also simple. THanks for sharing with us.

    Your blog is also looking good.
    Recipe Center

     
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