Gajar ka Halwa

Winter is here! The perfect time to relish this rich and flavorful Gajar ka Halwa. I’m making this in my kitchen today! You can too, with this easy recipe! 😀



You have prepared Makke di Roti te Sarson da Saag for the New Year Party at your place, but are lost about what to make for dessert. Well, what better than Gajar ka Halwa? Made with practically no hard work and yummier than anything on this planet, this North Indian favorite dessert is sheer bliss for the tastebuds. I make my Gajar ka Halwa in a cooking time of 15 minutes flat, without compromising a bit on the taste. Try this recipe and begin your New Year on a delightfully sweet note. Here’s the recipe:


5 large carrots
1 cup whole milk
100 grams khoya (grated) or 200 ml condensed milk
2 tablespoons ghee
1 teaspoon cardamom powder
10-12 whole cashew nuts
1 tablespoon raisins
150 grams sugar


Peel the carrots and steam them on high flame for 3 minutes. This will make grating the carrots easier. Grate…

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