This Halwa can be made with very little ingredients and put together in very little time.For the recipe I have used the normal white bread along with it's sides but if you want you can cut the edges.This was something which I wanted to try from a long time,but I used to get a feeling it would taste similar to the French toast so I kept postponing.Actually whenever I crave for sweets I don't go for halwas thinking of the amount of ghee and sugar used in them.
After I made this,my hubby told me he had this from his office and it tasted the same.It can be served warm or cold but I liked it more when it was cooled.On to the recipe:
Bread 6 medium slice
Milk 2 Cups
Ghee 1/3 cup
Cashew nuts 7-8
Sugar 5 tbsp
-Tear the bread slices into small pieces and keep aside.
-Heat a wide nonstick pan,add ghee and fry the Cashew nuts and keep aside.
-Now in the same ghee add the torn bread pieces(spread it) and fry till light golden color(the bread will quickly absorb the ghee).
-Now add the milk,mix well and add the sugar.
-Add the fried cashew nuts and keep stirring till the whole mixture forms into a lump leaving the sides of the pan.
-Once the ghee oozes out you can switch off the flame and transfer into a serving bowl.Serve warm or after 4-5 hours later.
Delicious! I love you use a minimum amount of sugar..ReplyDelete
Love this quick halwa recipeReplyDelete
Can we add Cardamon powder for flavour?ReplyDelete
Yes you can..Add 1/4 tsp of Cardamom powder :)Delete