Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa : | How to make Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :

By Shri Kripa  |  13th Jul 2017  |  
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  • Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :, How to make Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :
Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :by Shri Kripa
  • Prep Time

    7

    Hours
  • Cook Time

    25

    mins
  • Serves

    8

    People

30

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About Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa : Recipe

Badam halwa, an age old, very easy recipe with less ingredients but rich in taste. Milk is a key ingredient over here to get the authentic taste.

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Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :

Ingredients to make Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :

  • almonds – 500 grams
  • sugar – 750 grams
  • Milk – ½ to ¾ litre
  • Ghee/clarified butter - 1 to 1 ½ cup
  • saffron – 1 teaspoon
  • cardamom powder – ½ teaspoon

How to make Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa :

  1. Soak almond overnight.
  2. The next morning, peel the skin. Usually three fourth of the content will shed their skin, if you mash those swelled almonds inside the water, by using your palm.
  3. After removing the outer skin, put these in a mixer grinder jar, make paste by adding sufficient milk.
  4. Soak saffron in half cup of hot milk and keep aside.
  5. After grinding, the paste will look like idly batter with grainy texture.
  6. Put this paste into thick bottomed vessel and heat.
  7. Add sugar and boil for a while.
  8. When it starts bubbling, add ghee little by little at regular intervals until mixture becomes glossy.
  9. At this point, you can add saffron soaked milk and cardamom powder and proceed
  10. When mixture starts to leave from the sides of the vessel and edges become dry and bubbly, switch off the fire and keep aside to cool.
  11. When it reaches room temperature, store this in a stainless steel or glass container.

Reviews for Badam Halwa / Almond Halwa : (1)

Arushi Singh10 months ago

Very nice recipe...
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