Tuesday, August 24, 2010

GAJAR KA HALWA



















































































































INGREDIENTS

Carrot : 2-3 pieces (1 bowl – shredded)
Milk : 2 cups
Butter : 3 tsp
Cardamom : 6-8 pieces
Clove powder : 1/2 tsp
Sugar : 6-8 tsp
Cashew nuts : 10-12 pieces


PREPARATION

• Keep the shredded carrots aside
• Boil the milk on medium-high heat until it is reduced to 1 cup
• Melt the butter in a frying pan on medium heat
• Add the shredded carrots and stir it for 10-15 minutes
• Carrots should be tender and will become brown in color
• Add cardamom and clove powder and stir it well
• Add sugar and stir it for 5-10 minutes
• Add the milk and cook until the milk dries
• Garnish with cashew nuts

30 comments:

  1. Yummy carrot halwa .Looks so tempting!!

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  2. aaj rakshabandhan ke subh avasar par munh meetha karvane ka shukriya. thanks for delicious gajar ka halwa.

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  3. Hmm yummy...Tumi ki kore janle amar gajar ka halwa khete khoob bhalo lage? ;-) Infact halwa banabar ek-dui din pore taste ta aro bhalo lage. Ami toh bread diye khe phele. Khoob tempting hoyeche...
    Deepa

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  4. Perfect sweet dish for the perfect occasion, looks yummy and well garnished...

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  5. Babli, great sweet dish for Raksha Bandhan...and thanks for the good wishes, same to you dear.

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  6. Happy Raksha Bandhan! This is my favourite halwa! But I don't have a brother ( & sister also). :(

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  7. Happy Rakhi ..I made lauki ka halwa today...carrot halwa looks yummm

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  8. Happy rakhi, halwa looks delicious and yummy..

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  9. Happy Rakhi to you too dear..Gajar halwa looks tempting and incredibly delicious.

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  10. Happy Raksha bandhan to you also Babli.Nice tosee a sweet dish today.

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  11. Happy Rakhi dear. Gajar halwa looks festive n delicious ..perfect for the occasion!!

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  12. रक्षा बंधन पर हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ.

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  13. Happy Rakhi dear, looks healthy and yummy....

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  14. Happy Raksha bandhan babli..halwa looks utterly yummy!!

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  15. happy raksha bandhan babli ...gajar halwa looks sooo tempting ...feel like to grab some :)

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  16. Yummy.....wah kya gazar ka halwa hai...

    Deepak...

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  17. bablee meethee cheejon se man lalach uthta hai ..........khane ka dil karta hai par kha naheen sakta . bas dekh kar hee man bahla leta hoon :)

    lekin hai behtareen !

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  18. Happy Raksha Bandhan! Carrot halwa looks delicious!

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  19. Lovely color u've got..looks super yum and tasty

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  20. Love the color of the halwa..this is one of my favorites and this post reminds me that i havent made it in ages!

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  21. Happy rakhi to you too dear....love sweet treat...

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  22. You put this gajar ka halwa- which is my favorite on my Birthday. Thank You. I know this year it was also Rakhi that day. Mouth watering.....

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  23. गाजर का हलवा तो मुझे बहुत पसंद है!

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  24. wow it looks delicious & colorful..........

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  26. Thanks for stopping by Urmi! I believe, your mother tongue is not tamil,right? I appreciate your interest in a tamil blog like mine.Thanks a ton!

    You got a lovely space with nice recipes..have to go through your other blogs.happy to follow you!:)

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  27. Halwa looks tasty. And the cashews on top make it look tastier!

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