Bread Halwa | How to make Bread Halwa

By Sathya Priya Karthik  |  8th Nov 2015  |  
4.5 from 23 reviews Rate It!
  • Bread Halwa, How to make Bread Halwa
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About Bread Halwa Recipe

Quick and delicious halwa made with white bread.A tasty treat in few minutes

Bread Halwa

Ingredients to make Bread Halwa

  • 10-11 bread slices
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 3 tsp ghee+1 tsp
  • 1 cardamom
  • few cashews and raisins

How to make Bread Halwa

  1. Roast the bread slices until crispy in the tava.
  2. Tear it into pieces and make bread crumbs by grinding it in a mixer.
  3. Add a tsp of ghee to the tava and add the crushed bread crumbs.
  4. Roast it for 2 - 3 minutes until they get crispier again.
  5. Add sugar and cold milk to the bread. Bread soaks in all the milk.
  6. Mix food colour to little water. Add the colour to halwa.
  7. Mix all of them together.
  8. When halwa thickens, add 1 tsp of ghee at a time. Add crushed cardamom powder to the halwa as well.
  9. In another pan/tava add a tsp of ghee. Fry badam/cashews and raisins until golden brown and add it to the halwa.
  10. Bread halwa is ready to serve.

My Tip:

Do not over cook the halwa.

Reviews for Bread Halwa (23)

sonam sahoo6 months ago

Thanks for sharing, beautiful recipe
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Namrata Wankhede8 months ago

So yummmmm! Thank you for sharing the recipe! :D
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Anshu Agarwala year ago

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Hajeera Khana year ago

Delicious...superb
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Kamala Nagarajana year ago

Super
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suguna venigalla2 years ago

Tried it out and it was super delicious. Only thing I didn't add any colour
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Shamim Gulamhussien2 years ago

Good use of bread
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Vibha Patel2 years ago

Very nice
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Sangeeta Salunke2 years ago

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Nikhila Umesh2 years ago

Looks delicious
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swati aggarwal2 years ago

delicious
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Sanjukta Panda2 years ago

looking very nice
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May Bothelo2 years ago

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Pounita Sharma2 years ago

can we make it directly from breadcrumb instead of using bread
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Rukshi Shah2 years ago

testy
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Kalaivani Balaraman2 years ago

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Tultul Sengupta2 years ago

yes.it is something different.
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monika mitruka2 years ago

Something different
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Kusum Chhawchharia2 years ago

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Trishna Gogoi3 years ago

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Smarty Aadhya3 years ago

so easy wow
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Jagruti Sharma3 years ago

Wow ve ry innovative will try for sure
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Shambhavi Gupta3 years ago

Wow, its beautiful ! Never seen quite a recipe, would definitely want to try this dish :D
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