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Gajar ka Halwa with Milkmaid | Quick Gajar Halwa

गाजर हलवा कंडेस्ड मिल्क के साथ | Gajar ka Halwa with Milkmaid | Quick Gajar Halwa

 

Gajar Ka halwa is a most preferred dessert of Indians during the season of winter. It is tastier to eat and has a mouth-melting texture. It melts in the mouth with its every bite. 

Here is a step by step recipe to make Gajar Ka Halwa along with pictures. This recipe will help you to make it efficiently without utilizing milk in it. 

Direction:

Getting Ready:

Peel and grate a kg of carrot. 

Melt 2 to 4 tbsp of clarified butter in a wok. 

Add the grated carrot to it. 

Cover and cook on medium-low flame. 

Chop cashews and almonds. 

Grind 7 green cardamoms coarsely ground. 

After 5 minutes, stir the carrots. 

Cover and cook for 5 minutes from low to medium flame. 

Add a tin of condensed milk to it. 

Turn the flame to medium. 

Stir and cook for a while. 

Add the chopped almonds, raisins and coarsely ground green cardamoms to it. 

Carrot Halwa or Pudding will be cooked if there will be a pleasant smell in the atmosphere. 

The carrot pudding is ready to be served, garnish it with some almonds and cashews. 

Serving

  • Store halwa in the refrigerator and consume it for 7 days.

Suggestions 

  • There is no need to add sugar separately in the halwa.
  • Continuously stir it so that it doesn’t burn from the bottom of the wok.

Gajar ka Halwa with Milkmaid | Quick Gajar Halwa
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
 
Gajar Ka halwa is a most preferred dessert of Indians during the season of winter. It is tastier to eat and has a mouth-melting texture. It melts in the mouth with its every bite.
Ingredients
  • Grated Carrot - 1 kg
  • Condensed Milk - 1 tin (400 gms)
  • Cashew Nuts - 10 to 12
  • Almonds - 10 to 12
  • Raisins - 1 tbsp
  • Ghee - 3 to 4 tbsp
  • Green Cardamoms - 7
Instructions
  1. - Peel, grate 1 kg of Carrot.
  2. - Add 3 to 4 tbsp of Ghee in a wok and melt it.
  3. - Add the grated carrot in the melted Ghee and cook while covering on the medium-low flame.
  4. - Chop Cashews, Almonds and peel Green Cardamoms to grind coarsely ground.
  5. - After 5 minutes, stir carrots and cook while covering for 5 minutes on the low-medium flame.
  6. - Stir the carrot and make sure that it doesn't burn from the bottom.
  7. - Carrot has cooked, we will add 1 tin of condensed milk in it.
  8. - Turn the flame to medium from low.
  9. - Stir and cook it for some time.
  10. - Add the chopped almonds, raisins, Green Cardamoms and mix them properly.
  11. - Carrot halwa is ready as there is the pleasant smell in the atmosphere.
  12. - Turn off the flame and pour the halwa in the bowl.
  13. - It is ready to be served, garnish it with some almonds and cashews.
  14. Serving:
  15. - Store halwa in the refrigerator and consume it for 7 days.

 

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