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Gajar ka halwa – Burp! that was yummy!

Alright readers, Let us introduce you to making lip-smacking dishes. As easy as a,b,c,….you’ll learn how to make these dishes in no time. These ways, you can surprise your parents, grandparents, siblings or anyone special with your chef skills. Who knows, you might also become the next MasterChef! At Curious Times, we believe anything is possible. So, let’s begin this journey with everyone’s favourite in the winter season: Gajar Ka Halwa.

What is Gajar ka Halwa?

Gajar ka Halwa is a popular Indian dessert made with grated carrots, milk, sugar, and ghee. It is often flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts.

Is Gajar ka Halwa healthy?

While Gajar ka Halwa is a sweet treat, it does offer some nutritional benefits. Carrots are a good source of vitamins and fiber. However, it is also high in sugar and fat, so it should be consumed in moderation.

Can I make Gajar ka Halwa vegan?

Yes, you can make it vegan by using plant-based milk and vegan butter instead of ghee. The rest of the recipe remains the same.

What do you need to get started?

  • 1kg of carrots, reddish and medium-sized
  • 250 gms of sugar
  • 2 litres of full cream milk

What do you do next?

  • Wash the carrots clean
  • Peel the carrots and cut it into halves
  • Grate the peeled carrot halves into a container

The process

  • Switch on the gas, turn the knob to medium flame. You can also use an electric cooker, if you or your parents are nervous about you using a gas burner.
  • Take a round metal pot and place it on the gas or use electric cooker.
  • Put the sugar and milk into the metal pot
  • Now put the grated carrots into the metal pot
  • Let the milk, sugar and carrot mixture come to a boil
  • Simmer the gas to the lowest flame and keep stirring
  • Next, you need to keep stirring so that the carrots don’t stick to the bottom of the metal pot
  • Keep stirring every 5 minutes until the milk completely evaporates
  • Your delicious Gajar ka Halwa is ready
  • Serve or eat it piping hot with cashews, raisins and almonds

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