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CARROT HALWA A QUICK AND EASY DESSERTS

Carrot halwa is a quick and easy desserts, also called as gajar halwa. This Carrot halwa recipe is usually prepared with whole milk, which is ideal for entertaining a crowd.

How to make Carrot Halwa?

Traditionally Carrot halwa is made with red carrots and whole milk on the stove top for some time. When prepared this way, it retaines freshness and gives that creamy taste, that is hard to get from packaged condensed milk.

If you are on time budget, then you can also make this dessert using microwave and condensed milk. Like this one from vegrecipesofindia

Carrot Halwa is an easy dessert for a crowd.

Since, carrot halwa is so easy to make, it is an ideal dessert to make in large quantities. Carrot halwa tastes great and it’s rare that you could go wrong with it. It is also budget friendly; you can prepare carrot halwa for a large audience for way less cost than any other desserts.

Carrot Halwa is an easy dessert for kids.

How can I discount kids, when something is made with milk. Ofcourse, carrot halwa is one of the best recipes that you can easily make for kids, and they would love it.

You can even make some extra and store in the refrigerator for a couple of days. I will still use caution since made with milk. Fresh is always good right.

If you are interested in seeing a video, see this video from vahchef.

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carrot halwa
CARROT HALWA A QUICK AND EASY DESSERTS
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 

Carrot halwa is a quick and easy dessert, also called as gajar halwa. This Carrot halwa recipe is usually prepared with whole milk, which is ideal for entertaining a crowd.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 2
Author: Antonet Roajer
Ingredients
  • 1 cup CARROTS SHREDDED
  • 1 cup MILK
  • 5 gms CASHEW NUTS RAW
  • 5 gms RAISINS
  • 1 no CARDAMOM
  • 2 tbsp GHEE
  • 2 tbsp SUGAR
Instructions
  1. In a pan heat ghee, add the grated carrots and cook until the carrots become soft and color changes into little pale orange

  2. Add the milk and mix well. Cook until the carrot mixture becomes thick.

  3. Add the sugar, crushed cardamoms and cook until the sugar melts down and mix with the carrot mixture evenly and becomes thick. Garnish it with roasted nuts and raisins.

You can serve this carrot halwa warm or cold, depending on the weather.

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