Carrot Halwa Recipe | How to Make Gajar ka Halwa

Carrot Halwa Recipe | How to Make Gajar ka Halwa

How to make Carrot Halwa Recipe at homewith step by step photo recipe. Carrot Halwa also known as Gajar ka Halwa is popular in North India and it is generally made during the winter season. In carrot halwa recipe, carrots, milk, ghee and sugar are added. But you can also add cardamom powder and finely or roughly chopped dried fruits in it. You can also use milkmaid or khoya instead of milk and sugar. Gajar ka Halwa is a very easy recipe for beginner.

How to Make Gajar ka Halwa #

Furthermore, I want to share some suggestions for a Gajar ka Halwa Recipe. Firstly, use fresh and juicy carrots for gajar ka halwa. It is easy to grate. Secondly, use heavy or thick bottom kadai to make any halwa. Additionally, you can add dry fruits of your choice in the halwa. Moreover, add milk as described for granulated texture in the halwa. For more granulated texture, add malai. It’s also good version of halwa. Lastly, you can store halwa in the fridge for 3-4 days then serving time, you can do it warm once and serve. But you may serve hot or cold both.

How to make Gajar ka Halwa

How to Serve Carrot Halwa #

Carrot Halwa can serve warm or cold both. Halwa tastes great as warm or cold. And serve Gajar ka Halwa with vanilla ice-cream on top of halwa for restaurant style serving. Also add dry fruits of your choice on halwa at the time of serving.

Carrot Halwa Recipe | How to Make Gajar ka Halwa
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Carrot Halwa Recipe

Carrot Halwa recipe is popular in North India and it is generally made during the winter season. In carrot halwa recipe, carrots, milk, ghee and sugar are added.
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Course: Dessert, Sweet
Author: IndianVegRecipe Editorial
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 2 Bowl

Ingredients

  • 2 Tbsp Ghee
  • 4 Cup Grated Carrot
  • 4 Cup Milk
  • 1 Cup Sugar
  • 1 Tbsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1 Tbsp Malai (Fresh Cream)
  • Chopped Dry Fruits (For Serving)

Instructions

  • Firstly, add ghee in a heavy bottom kadai.
  • Secondly, add grated carrot in it and roast for 3 minutes on medium flame.
  • Then add milk in carrot. And cook for 30 minutes on low to medium flame. Meanwhile mix it gently few times.
  • When milk start evaporated, then add sugar and cardamom powder in it and mix gently. Cook for 10 minutes on low flame or till milk and sugar mixture evaporated.
  • Now add malai in it and mix it. Cook it for 2 minutes.
  • Your carrot halwa is ready to serve.
Keywords: Carrot Halwa, Gajar ka Halwa
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Instructions to Make Gajar ka Halwa Recipe #

1. Firstly, add ghee in a heavy bottom kadai.

Add Ghee - Carrot Halwa Recipe

2. Secondly, add grated carrot in it and roast for 3 minutes on medium flame.

Add Grated Carrot - Gajar ka Halwa Recipe

3. Then add milk in carrot. And cook for 30 minutes on low to medium flame. Meanwhile mix it gently for 3-4 times.

Add Milk - Carrot Halwa Recipe

4. When milk start evaporated, then add sugar and cardamom powder in it and mix gently. Cook for 10 minutes on low flame or till milk and sugar mixture evaporated.

Add Sugar And Cardamom Powder to making delicious gajar ka halwa

5. Now add malai in it and mix it. Cook it for 2 minutes.

Add Malai to Make delicious Carrot Halwa

6. Your carrot halwa is ready to serve.

Carrot halwa recipe ready to serve

Tips to Making Carrot Halwa Recipe #

  1. Use fresh and juicy carrots for gajar ka halwa. It is easy to grate.
  2. Use whole milk or full-fat milk for Gajar ka Halwa.
  3. Add cardamom powder to halwa for enhance the flavor of halwa.
  4. Additionally, you can add dry fruits of your choice in the halwa.
  5. Moreover add milk and malai for granulated texture in the halwa.
  6. Serve Gajar ka Halwa with vanilla ice-cream on top of halwa for restaurant style serving.
  7. You can store halwa in the fridge for 3-4 days then serving time, you can do it warm once and serve. But you may serve hot or cold both.

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2 Comments Leave a Reply

  1. 5 stars
    Hi, Thank u for sharing. It turned excellent. I tried first time Gajar halwa.

    1. IndianVegRecipe Editorial January 9, 2020 at 10:44 PM

      5 stars
      Thank you very much for your valuable comment Prity…

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