Gajar ka Halva Video Recipe.
Gajar ka Halva (Halwa) is a very popular Indian Sweet or Dessert which we Indian are cooking and eating from 100s of years. It is a very easy recipe of Indian sweet but so good in taste and need just few ingredients. You can find halva in the most of the Indian cities and towns. You can make Halwa with the Carrot or Gajar, Beetroot and many other things as well.
Many people are worried about the calories in the Indian sweet or dessert dishes but in the Halva you can add less or more sugar as you want. It will not make much different to the taste and texture.
Indian cuisine is all about cooking and enjoying very simple but delicious dishes and most of the Indian Food are based on the Indian Vegetarian Cuisine. In Indian around 80% of people are vegetarian and they just eat vegetable curries, Kormas, salads and roti with Dal and Chawal.
1 kg Grated Carrots.
1 Litre Milk.
200 gm Sugar.
1 tsp Cardamom Powder.
Some Cashew nuts.
Gajar ka Halwa | Gajar ka Halwa without Khoya | Video Recipe.
- 1 kg Grated Carrots
- 1 Litre Milk
- 200 gm Sugar
- 1 tsp Cardamom Powder
- Some Cashewnuts
- Some Ghee
- Take a coverable Pan, haet around 50 gm of Ghee, when Ghee get heated add Grated Carrot in it, mix it quickly so all the Carrot get mixed with Ghee.
- Cover it and Cook it at medium low heat, check it and stir it very well after every 20-30 sec, when it leaves stream it means it is cooked but stir it every now and then so it can cook perfectly from every side.
- Again cover it, after 5-7 min Carrot are almost ready, add Milk and stir it very well so it can mix nicely with Carrot, again cover it for 5-7 min, after 5-7 min Milk get reduced so add Sugar.
- Again cover it and cook it untill all the Milk get reduced, after 20 min it is almost ready so add Cardemom Powder and Kesunuts, now cook it for 1-2 min so it can absorb all the moisture in it.
- Stir it every now and then so it don't stuck to bottom, now it is ready so turn the heat off, Garnish it with Kesunuts, so our Carrot Halva or Gajar ka Halva is ready to serve.