kada prasad

Kadha Prasad – Atte Ka Sheera – Wheat flour Halwa

Kadha Prasad – कड़ाह प्रसाद – आटे का हलवा – Atte Ka Sheera – Wheat flour Halwa

Kadha Prasad is mostly served at gurudwara or religious places as a prasad. This easy to make sweet recipe just requires 3 basic ingredients as ghee, wheat flour and sugar. You can make this amazing sweet recipe even when you crave for something sweet.

Here is an easy recipe with step by step pictures to make Kadha Prasad and serve it to your family and friends at gatherings. Relish a bowl full of amazing Atte ka Sheera. Enjoy.

Direction :

Getting ready :

Making :

Turn on the flame ,heat a pan , then pour ghee into it. Let the ghee melt.kada prasad

Put the wheat flour to the ghee. Roast it till it is brown and aromatic. Keep the flame medium.kada prasad

Once the wheat flour is roasted well, add sugar to it. Also add 1.5 cup water to it. Stir it well and cook until dense.kada prasad Serving :

Sumptuous Kada Prasad is ready. Take it out in a plate. You can offer it as a Prasad or relish it as a sweet dish as desired.kada prasadSuggestion :

  • For Kada Prasad take thick wheat flour , If you don’t find it you can take the flour used for making chapatis.
  • We don’t put dry fruits in Kada Prasad still you can add according to your taste.
  • Make sure you stir the whear flour constantly while roasting it and even when you add water to it so that no lumps are formed.

Kadha Prasad - Atte Ka Sheera - Wheat flour Halwakada prasad
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Recipe type: sweet
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Wheat flour – ½ cup ( 80 grams )
  • Ghee – ½ cup ( 110 grams)
  • Sugar - ½ cup ( 110 grams)
Instructions
  1. Turn on the flame ,heat a pan , then pour ghee into it. Let the ghee melt.
  2. Put the wheat flour to the ghee. Roast it till it is brown and aromatic. Keep the flame medium.
  3. Once the wheat flour is roasted well, add sugar to it. Also add 1.5 cup water to it. Stir it well and cook until dense.
  4. Sumptuous Kada Prasad is ready. Take it out in a plate. You can offer it as a Prasad or relish it as a sweet dish as desired.

 

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