Feb 9, 2009


This one is a very helthy a nd easy sweet to make. usualy we make prasadam for satyanarayana puja with rava but in MP they make with wheat flour . my land lady she use to make this Halwa every month, they do this puja every fullmoonday and the very next day with the leftover prasad that bhabiji makes this one.

Wheat flour ---- 1 1/2 cups
Rava(samolina) ----- 1/2 cup
Sugar ----- 1 1/2 cup
Ghee --- 1/2 cup
Milk --- 1 cup
Water --- 2 cups
Cashew --- 10 no.
Raisins --- 10 no.
Cardamom powder --- 1/2 tea sp
Heat ghee in a pan add cashew and risins and fry till golden color remove and keep a side.
Now add rava to the same ghee and fry till light golden color then add wheat flour to this and mix well to combine well with ghee .
keep on a low heat and keep stiring for 10 min.
In the same mix milk and water and boil(bring to a full boil)
Now add this boiling milk and water to rava and wheat flour mixture , keep stiring make sure there are no lumps keep stiring till all the mixture comes togather like a ball.
Now add the sugar now it will became again little watery so don't worry keep stiring stir for another 4 min. it will become thick then add cardamom powder and cashew and raisins mix well and pour in to a greased plate and cut in todesired oieces or serve as it is in small bowls
enjoy your sweet.


Unknown said...

looks delicious..nicely presented..

Priya Suresh said...

Wheat Halwa looks delicious..never tried along halwa with wheatflour..should try this..

Suparna said...

Hello, I ditto priya ...I've made only suji halwa till now.This would be a nice and healthy variation. would love to make it sometime :)

Do find sometime to visit my blog,would love to see you there. TC.


Lakshmi said...

good variation to normal halwa :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks mouthwatering... bookmarked!

Cham said...

I ve eaten at my friend's place for satyanarana Pooja. Yummy one

CurryLeaf said...

wow,perfect,ghee makes it all the more tempting.Yum yum

lubnakarim06 said...

Wow simple and delish.....