By: Karanbir of Santa Clara, US
A quick & easy to make sweet dish
Filed in Desserts and Sweets
Serves 2 people
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Wheat Flour Halwa, great to taste & hardly takes few minutes to be prepared
on 12/1/2011 5:55:00 PM
yes,regular atta can b used but not maida.hahahh.
on 7/31/2011 4:30:00 PM
i have a question is it possible to use regular flour instead of wheat?
on 8/20/2009 4:06:00 AM
Thanks to you all for trying out my recipe. You can also make this recipe by a little different method which is that you may boil 1 cup sugar in 3 cups of water n meanwhile when ghee heats up, keep roasting the atta/wheat in that ghee upto a point where it turns slightly dark brownish in colour & once done, add that boiled sugar n water but be careful because it splashes a bit.Keep stirring the whole mixture n you'll see it turning thick n switch off the gas.
on 8/19/2009 1:38:00 AM
Its jst d way..i wanted it 2 b...its so yummy...jst like we get in Gurudwara
on 1/10/2009 7:04:00 AM
Amazing recepie, I tried this and works, Got a fabulous halwa prepared. Awaiting for my roommates to come back to serve. Thanks
on 1/6/2009 7:30:00 PM
Yes sure Alifiya but the recipe I mentioned will not give you a "barfi like" hardness. It will be like a halwa, infact this is exactly how its made for the sikh gurudwaras.
However the one you are talking of is actually pinni which is also made in a similar way but with less ghee & you can make it like laddoos & store for long.
on 1/6/2009 1:21:00 AM
i think we can spread out the mixture in a thali and then cut into square pieces, it can be stored for a longer period too. Any comments here???
on 10/25/2008 5:23:00 AM
if somebody want to replace atta bye sooji,then one cup water is not enough for a fine sooji halwa. use 4 cups water in that case and stir until the sooji leaves ghee.
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