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Carrot Halwa / Ghajar ka halwa


Ghajar-ka-halwa



Sweet is something which makes my day smile. And if its reason is because of my favorite, then the smile will be turned it into rainbow colors.  Ghajar ka halwa / Carrot halwa is one of a kind that should be enjoyed atleast once in your lifetime. It is just my Favorite! Have always heard of this halwa in many Bollywood movies but am so much grateful that my Vappa ( father-in-law) introduced this first to me. Dont just sit back to prepare this later. Try this now itself..

Ingredients:

  1. Carrot : 3 

    Ghajar-ka-halwa

  2. Milk : 2-3 cups
  3. Sugar : 1/2 cup 
  4. Ghee : 2-3 tbsp
  5. Cashewnut : a few
  6. Cardamom powder : a pinch


Method :

  1. Firstly grate carrot using a hand grater.  

                                                                           After grating you can give it a few pulses in a grinder to get carrots chopped again. If you have a food processer you don't need both hand grater and grinder. Since I don't have one I used this 2 step method. 

  2. In a heavy bottom pan or a wide non stick wok, heat ghee and roast the cashewnuts. Take them out once its done
  3. Put grated carrot and stir now and then to prevent from sticking. After 5 or 8 min you will see carrot is cooked and changes its colour into a light shade. Add sugar and give it a stir   


         

     

  4. Then add milk and let it cook for about 10-15 min. All milk should be absorbed by the carrot. Check for sugar when 1/4 of milk is left and adjust accordingly.  


     

    Sprinkle cardamom powder. Make sure to check back now and then as it will stick on sides and also might flow over if the pot is not so big  

  5. When all milk is dried up, complete it with cashewnuts and enjoy !


Carrot-halwa



by Nilofer Ajmal

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