Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe in Urdu

Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe in Urdu

An awesome sweet: gajar ka halwa

Almost every Pakistani woman can make gajar ka halwa because carrots are so easily available and they are also very cheap. The only costly ingredient here is the khoya but that needs a little quantity. You can make this sweet by spending a little money. my Nani used to make it in butter but  I add both aliz olive oil and butter due to calories. lots of websites also come up with Gajar ka Halwa Recipe in Urdu but make the one that you find different like our recipe. Use fresh milk that is pure as well. you should use sugar according to your taste. The main process is to fry all ingredients at low heat without over drying.

You will notice that the gajar ka halwa recipe at wedding events is different from homemade halwa, because it has more eggs and butter it is less dry. Some women and hotel chefs also make it in desi ghee, so better use what suits you. The taste of carrots, khoya, and nuts make the real halwa so make sure they are all well mixed in a well-balanced quantity. Serve it with lunch, dinner or tea, or have it in the breakfast. It is full of taste and nutrients.

How To Make Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe Like Your Nani?

What To Add?

Carrots: 1 kg

Milk: 2 kg

Khoya: 225 gm.

Sugar: ½ kg or to taste

Cardamom:3 to 4

Shredded coconut: 1 tbsp

pistashew: 1 tbsp

raisins: 1 tbsp

eggs: 3

 aliz olive oil: 1 cup

organic butter: ½ cup

vanilla or rose essence: a few drops

 Let's Make It

 start with carrots by washing them with clean water. Let the carrots get dry, then shredded them all one by one. Place a pan on the stove, add milk, and carrots and cook them till the milk gets half.

 Add sugar, and khoya, and cook it until it gets dry, but make sure all sugar is dissolved.

 Add aliz olive oil and butter, and stray frying carrots for 5 minutes.

 Add eggs, cardamom, and stir-fry until the carrots start leaving oil. add essence and transfer halwa to a bowl or platter and garnish it with nuts and raisins.

 


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