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Gajar Ka Halwa | indian.recipes


Gajar Ka Halwa
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When we talk is about Indian desserts, one name that undoubtedly comes into every person's mind is the traditional Gajar ka halwa prepared on every Indian home in almost all the festivals. On the occasion of Diwali, Gajar ka Halwa is an unavoidable part of the menu. When served hot, the Gajar Ka Halwa tastes wonderful. It is simply the prefect sweet dish tobe relished post dinner. Not only its delicious, it’s also fulfilling andnutritious with about 8 grams ofproteins, 50.3gram carbohydrates and 1.9 grams of fat. Making Gajar Ka Halwa is nota very difficult task in terms of process; it requires a little more time and patience than any other halwa. Even if you are in love with this mouth watering dish, here is the recipe…

Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe
Ingredients

*. 1 kg Carrots
*. 1 litre Milk
*. 1 teaspoon Cardamom seeds
*. 3/4 cup Water
*. 3 tablespoons Ghee
*. 2 tablespoons Raisins
*. 2 tablespoons Almonds
*. 2 tablespoons Pistachios
*. 450 grams Sugar

Method

*. Wash and grate the carrots. Soak the raisins in water for 30 minutes. Blanch and shred the nuts.
*. Put the water to boil, when it starts boiling add the grated carrots. Cook for 5-7 minutes.
*. Add the milk. Cook on a low flame for 1 hour stirring occasionally.
*. Add sugar, mix well and cook tillthe sugar has dissolved and all the milk has been absorbed.
*. Add ghee and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Add the slightly crushed cardamoms and the raisins.
*. Mix well. Remove from heat andarrange in a serving dish. Garnish with almonds and pistachios. Serve cold, hot or atroom temperature.



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