Monday, 8 November 2010

Almond ( BADAM ) Halwa !

Made this Almond Halwa for Diwali..One of my favourite dessert...In taste it's rich sumptuous and mouth watering delicacy...!

You will need:-
  • 1 cup Ground Almonds ( I buy readymade packets ) yes too lazy to soak, peel and grind :)..but if it's not available in your area please soak almonds, peel and grind to a semolina consistency.
  • 3 cup Milk 
  • 1/2 cup Milk powder
  • 4-5 tbsp Sugar or according to your taste
  • 1/4 cup ghee
  • Saffron threads

Method :-
Mix little water into almonds.  Make a thick paste. Mix milk powder, sugar, and saffron in a milk.  Heat ghee in a non stick pan and fry the paste 10-12 minutes.  add milk into the almond paste and keep stirring about 25-30 minutes till halwa comes togther as a single mass.  please be careful it doesn't stick at the bottom of the pan.  Switch of the heat..Ready to serve hot or cold..I love both !



Sending this to Mina's event Complete My Thali - Sweets ( MITHAI) started by me

31 comments:

  1. I love almonds, this halva looks delicious. I'd be very curious to taste it. Bye dear, have a great week

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  2. delicious halwa lovely presentation

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  3. Happy diwali to you and your family Jagruthi..
    Badam halwa looks yummy and nice festive spread..

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  4. yummy badam halwa...beautifl clicks too...thanx for the recipe Jagruti!

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  5. Looks delicious.. I love badam halwa.. yumm...

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  6. Badam halwa is an absolute must on Diwali at our place. I loveee it.

    Diwali wishes to you too, dear Jagruti :-)

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  7. Rich n scrumptious..my hubby's fav :)

    US Masala

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  8. simple and yummy! nice click too :)

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  9. Badam Halwa looks delicious. I love this one.

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  10. Hi Jagruti

    Badam halwa looks simply delicious and inviting. Even the shape of the pattern is so wonderful. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. I loveeee this one JAgs and super easy too!!

    Have to try this soonnnn, am sure u have a very wonderful festive week:-)

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  12. I loveeee this one JAgs and super easy too!!

    Have to try this soonnnn, am sure u have a very wonderful festive week:-)

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  13. Hey Jagruti,

    Love halwa...That looks lip smacking dear...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  14. love almond halwa...our fav!!looks yumm and delicious!!

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  15. amazing Almond Halva, looks delicious.

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  16. looks superb and delicious...

    u have an award waiting for u at my blog...do collect it

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  17. Delicious halwa, drool..cute shape

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  18. absolutely tempting delight Jagruti. gorgeous pics.

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  19. Delicious badam halwa jags ,loved the pics a lot .

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  20. The Halwa looks delicious and tempting, lovely presentation, Jagruti.

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  21. Rich and quite an ideal sweet for this festive season

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  22. WOW..halwa looks superb, yummoooo!!

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  24. Halwa looks absolutely perfect !!

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