Makhane ka Halwa | How to make Makhane ka Halwa
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About Makhane ka Halwa Recipe
Makhana is also known as phool makhana, lotus seeds, fox nuts, foxnuts, or gorgon nut. It has got a very distinct and delicious taste. The simplest ways to make makhana is by roasting them in very little ghee or just microwave them. Let them become crunchy and we have a super, power packed snack along with our tea/coffee. It is a very popular fasting food. There are many health benefits of makhana. It is high in fiber and low in calories hence a super food for those who want to reduce weight. There are many recipes which can be made from makhana and today I will be showing you how to make halwa from makhana. It tastes delicious, requires less ghee, and of course is very healthy. The only care, while making this halwa, we need to take is that when we add water to the roasted flour, the flour being very delicate and light, the flour splutters and makes the stove dirty. Do try this tasty recipe and share your feedback!
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Ingredients to make Makhane ka Halwa
- Makhana (Fox nuts): 2 ½ cups (50 gms)
- Ghee (): 2 tbsp
- : 1 ¼ cups
- : ¼ cup
- : 1 tbsp (chopped)
- nuts: 1 tbsp (chopped)
- : 1 tbsp
- (elaichi): 3 (peeled and powdered)
- strands: 2-3
How to make Makhane ka Halwa
My Tip:1. Do not grind the makhana very fine. 2. Stir the flour continuously while roasting it otherwise it may burn as it is very delicate flour. 3. The quantity of sugar can be increased. Do not decrease it otherwise the halwa won’t be sweet. 4. Always roast the makhana before grinding as they might have caught moisture and become soft.