Thursday, 29 September 2011

Kesar Dudh no Halwo ~ Saffron Milk Halwa !

Wishing you one and all a very Happy and Joyous Navratri.............

I am not sure about the dish I am going to post here today whether it is available all over India or not? plz let me know...as far as I know it's available only in Ahmedabad, Gujarat....This sweet dish brings me lots of childhood memories...My mum used to take us to play in childrens park and everyday she used to buy 10 paise ka MILK HALWA from one of the sweet shop in USMANPURA...MAFATLAL DUDHWALA..........this shop still exists....since my childhood I love it.........whenever I go to India I do indulge and bring for my family too...It's not available in UK...so whenever I think about making it, I am not sure that it would  come out properly or not and I leave it...but yesterday I gave it a go..and I made this halwa in 15 minutes...........yes in 15 minutes..traditionally it takes more than an hour and also a lot of labour goes in ...Milk halwa can be eaten when you observe a fast........



You will need:-
  • 200 gm condense milk
  • 200 ml full fat milk
  • 1 tbsp yogurt ( make sure it's not sour )
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp ghee
  • 1/4 tsp cardamom powder
  • 8-10 saffron threads soaked in warm milk (2-3 tsp milk)
  • few nuts like almonds, pistachio...
Method:- Take a microwave proof bowl ( take big one as milk boils ) and place the condense milk with the full fat milk and mix them. Now add yogurt, saffron milk and mix again. Place bowl in microwave for 8 minutes, in between check every two minutes and give it a stir. slowly milk will thicken and water will be visible. after 8 minutes add sugar and cardamom powder and cook halwa for another 5-6 minutes. repeat stirring every 2 minutes. Now add ghee and cook for another 2-3 minutes.  should  thicken by now like semolina halwa. let it cool to room temperature and garnish with nuts..and Enjoy as much as my family did..........

21 comments:

  1. wow lovely halwa Jagruti....Luks tempting and loved ur quick microwave recipe. Here in Goa-Maharashta in India we get something called as kunda...this halwa luks bit similar to it in appearance. Not sure though. But loved this recipe...vl try it sun...:-)
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  2. Perfect for the festival season

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  3. Wow! what a picture and recipe. No wonder you cannot forget it. I will make it when we invite our friends for diwali.
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  4. Looks so delicious ....wonderful during these festive days

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  5. This sounds easy and delicious..
    Wishing you a Happy Navaratri too...

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  6. Lovely tempting halwa,looks divine..

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  7. omg...this is absolutely delicious..:)

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  8. This looks so delicious. I am going to try it soon.

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  9. Omg, wat a rich looking delicious halwa..

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  10. OMG!!!! What a delightful & mouthwatering sweet!!! Too bad its not available in the South (in places I have visited that is). Or maybe dint looks hard coz I was not aware that such a yummy sweet was even available...Im bookmarking this!!!! Thx Jagruti for this post!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. halwal looks absolutely delicious....yummy and mouthwatering.

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  12. omg...this is absolutely delicious..:)

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  13. Interesting halwa not tried it before.Nice clicks.

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  14. mm this is awesome babe!!! believe me or not, your post made me forget about my promise of explaining to my friends how to play bingo and made me run to the kitchen. I'm not regretting) It was an awesome fun and it turned to be really delicious) even my sis liked it)

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  15. Hi jagruti, I tried your recipe with exact measurements. And taste was exactly like store bought but texture was little dry what could be the cause ??

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    1. Hi Mumtaz, thank you for your comment and trying out this recipe. Maybe it could depend on the power of your M/W, ( yours could be higher than mine ) . Take Care !

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