Roots Halwa

Halwa is a delicious deserts rich in proteins & vitamins but also contains fat & sugar. This is one of my experiment turned out well.






Ingredients:
  • Carrot: 3 (6inchs big)
  • Beetroot: 1 big
  • Sweet Potato: 1 big
  • Sugar: 3/4cup
  • Milk: 1 cup
  • Condensed Milk: 100gm
  • Ghee: 3tbsp
  • Cashewnuts: 8-10
  • Raisins: 8
  • Cardamom Powder: 1/4tsp

 Method:
  • Grate carrot, beetroot & sweet potato. mix well (roots).
  • Heat 1tbsp ghee in a nonstick pan.
  • Fry cashewnuts & raisins remove to a plate.
  • Add the grated roots, stir.
  • Close the lid.
  • Roots leaves water.
  • Cook it for 10-15min till water evaporates
  •  Add sugar stir well for10min.
  • Add milk stir in between.
  • Milk starts clotting like grains.
  • Add ghee, dry fruits & condensed milk.
  • Add cardamom powder.
  • Cook it for another 5mins.
  • Colour changes to brown when cooked.
  • Now Roots Halwa is ready to serve.




    Halwa can be serve hot & chilled

    Note: Keep stirring in between to avoid Halwa sticking to a pan.


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    16 comments:

    Angie's Recipes said...

    Looks totally delicious!

    Uma said...

    innovative, nutritious halwa!

    Gulmohar said...

    awesome combo...love this

    ARUNA said...

    wow it looks soo yumm!

    RV said...

    Hi Madhura, Thanks for stopping by my blog. Am so glad to know you and your interest towards cooking n blogging. Halwa looks really delicious with all these wonderful ingredients. Will stop by often to say a hi. Happy Cooking n Happy Blogging :)

    Suhaina said...

    wow, looks yummy.Nice name tooo.

    Deepa said...

    looks so mouth watering and healthy

    TREAT AND TRICK said...

    Looks so yummy and lovely color too...

    Gita Jaishankar said...

    Very interesting and delicious halwa...looks yum :)

    SathyaSridhar said...

    Halwa looks great dear n delicious,,,

    Suhaina said...

    There are some awards waiting for u in my blog.Pls collect them.

    Parita said...

    Very interesting halwa! Unique and flavorful!

    Linda www.mykindofcooking.com said...

    This looks delicious! And the photos on your blog are beautiful!

    Priya said...

    Lipsmacking Halwa, truly looks divine..

    Kiran said...

    Dear Madhura,very nice roots halwa.
    Thank you for visiting my blog and following.

    Voyance par telepphone said...

    En plus avec une recette des plus sympa qui me donne l'eau à la bouche, il faudra que je la teste !!

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