Introduction:

Gajar Halwa Recipe: Hearing the name Gajar Ka Halwa, it is natural for people who love to eat sweets to have their mouth-watering. In the cold season, there is a demand to eat special carrot halwa in most houses. Many people buy carrot halwa from the market and taste it because they do not know its perfect recipe. However, it is elementary to make carrot halwa at home. Apart from being tasty, it is also hygienic.

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If you are also fond of eating sweets and like carrot halwa, then we are going to tell you how to make this winter special carrot halwa. Apart from being tasty, it is also nutritious. So let us know the recipe for delicious halwa...

You can easily make carrot halwa at home too. Carrot halwa is made in many ways, some people make carrot halwa with mawa and some people make carrot halwa without mawa and only with milk, etc.

Ingredients to make Carrot pudding:

Carrot                                     1 kg

milk full cream                      1 1/2 litter

sugar                                       250 grams

chopped cashews                     10

chopped almonds                      8

raisins                                        10

chopped pistachios                   8

Cardamom powder               ½ tsp

Ghee                                       1 tablespoon

khoya (mawa)                        Half cup

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How to make Carrot pudding?

To make carrot halwa, take one kilo of red carrots from the market. Peel the carrots, wash them thoroughly, and grate them.

Put the mawa in a pan and fry it on low flame. Put the roasted mawa in a bowl and keep it aside.

Put grated carrots in a pan and keep it on gas, add milk and mix, and let the carrots cook until they become soft. Now add sugar to the carrots, keep stirring for some time, and carrot juice will start coming out, keep stirring it every 2 minutes, and cook the carrots until all the carrot juice evaporates.

Carrot pudding (Gajar Ka Halwa): Carrot pudding Recipe | How to make Carrot pudding | Homemade Carrot pudding

Add ghee to the cooked carrots and fry them, add raisins, cashew nuts, and mawa. Cook the halwa for 2-3 minutes while stirring, turn off the gas, and add ground cardamom. Your carrot halwa is ready.

Take out the Carrot Halwa in a bowl. Garnish by putting grated coconut on it Serve carrot halwa and eat it and enjoy it. After the remaining carrot halwa cools down, fill it in a container, keep it in the fridge, and eat it daily for 7 days.

Summary Method -

- First of all, peel, wash, and grate all the carrots.

- Now keep a pan on the gas. Add milk to it, add grated carrots, and cook on medium flame.

- Keep stirring the milk and carrots with a large spoon.

- When all the water in the carrots dries up and the milk thickens and mixes well, then add sugar and ghee to the carrots and mix well.

After the sugar dissolves, let it absorb the water thoroughly.

Carrot pudding (Gajar Ka Halwa): Carrot pudding Recipe | How to make Carrot pudding | Homemade Carrot pudding

- After cooking the carrots, when all the water dries up, add khoya to it while mashing it.

Then add almonds, raisins, cashews, pistachios, and cardamom to the halwa and cook it on medium flame while stirring with a spoon.

- Now turn off the gas. Delicious carrot halwa is ready. Now serve hot without any delay.

For decoration:

Garnish Carrot pudding with dry fruits.

Suggestion:

You can add more or less dry fruits in carrot halwa as per your choice, you can add the dry fruits you like and you can remove those which you do not like.

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