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Bombay Karachi Halwa

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Bombay / Karachi is a popular Indian sweet dish made with cornflour sweetened with sugar, ghee, flavoured with cardamom and garnished with nuts.

While in our childhood days when some guests bring various sweet box for us some how this Karachi halwa in the box I never give anybody and yes I'll consume the whole corn flour halwa on  my very own. The recipe of corn flour halwa seemed super easy which is made in 20 minutes. So if you're looking for a simple joyous sweet then please bookmark this recipe and attempt out for parties. Believe me, you'll enjoy this Karachi halwa.

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How to make Bombay Karachi Halwa

(220 ratings)
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Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
40 mins
Total time
60 mins
Bombay Karachi Halwa
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Sugar
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 10, 2017


Ingredients used in Bombay Karachi Halwa
• Corn flour - 50 grams.
• Ghee - 102 grams.
• Lime juice - 1 tea spoon.
• Water - 125 ml.
• Cardamom powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Sugar - 200 grams.
• Yellow color (or of your choice) - pinch.
• Cashew nuts (chopped) - 1/2 cup.
Method:
  • In a pan, add sugar, water, lime juice and let sugar dissolve completely.
  • When sugar comes to boiling point, remove from flame. Keep aside.
  • Take corn flour bowl, to it add around 100 ml of water and mix to a nice thin batter.
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon of ghee into a non-stick pan without switching on the flame of stove, then add corn flour mixture and switchon flame by putting to lowest flame possible.
  • When it is getting slightly thicken, switch off the flame then add sugar syrup in small quantities and keep mixing it.
  • After sugar is completely poured to make slightly thicker consistency, switch on flame, then add ghee little by little and keep stirring it.
  • To it, add pinch of color (of your choice), cardamom powder, when ghee oozes out of the halwa mixture.
  • At last, add chopped cashew nuts and mix it. switch off the flame.
  • Let it set for 1 hour by pouring it in serving plate, then cut it into small cubes.

    Delicious Bombay Karachi Halwa is now ready to serve.






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While in our childhood days when some guests bring various sweet box for us some how this Karachi halwa in the box I never give anybody and yes I'll consume the whole corn flour halwa on  my very own. The recipe of corn flour halwa seemed super easy which is made in 20 minutes. So if you're looking for a simple joyous sweet then please bookmark this recipe and attempt out for parties. Believe me, you'll enjoy this Karachi halwa.

Lots of people love Halwa but do not make it in the home because they think its really hard, time-consuming and so are uncertain about the outcome. Today I've for you all one fantastic simple  Halwa that so scrumptious,simple and quick to make, beginner’s pleasure and the end result is just amazing..  I know a lot of you've seen or  appreciated this halwa at sweet shops.This halwa is normal in Diwali sweet gift boxes.

Bombay Karachi Halwa is actually a a chewy well- recognized  subcontinent delicacy made from corn flour sweetened with sugar, ghee, distinctive flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts. It is a favorite and simple sweet recipe well prepared particularly throughout indian festivals such as  diwali and navaratri. The specialty of this unique and elegant sweet is its flexibility. most often, known as flexible delicacy, is prepared particularly during festival season. additionally, it may be quickly distributed to family and friends due to longer shelf life as compared to other indian sweets.

Karachi halwa or Bombay halwa is actually a exclusive Sindhi halwa when compared with rest of the halwa’s.  It may  have rubber like consistencytherefore also known as rubber halwa. You’ll certainly like Karachi halwa that is a mixture of desi ghee and dry mawa and appearance sparkling. Make Karachi halwa with patience and it will simple in making. Today we’ll  learn to make Cornflour halwa or Bombay Karachi Halwa by this simple recipe.

Halwa is certainly a conventional savory Indian delicacy that's ready for most auspicious religious functions, celebration and exclusive parties. Indian delicacies are skilled in making a lot of halwa that you can make from flour(s), nuts, veggies, lentils, fruits and many others.

Halwa is termed by various names for example halawa, halvah, halva, halua and so on which basically identifies numerous kind of dense sweet confections offered throughout the Middle East, Asian countries, North Africa, Balkans, Central & Eastern Europe, Malta and the Jewish world.

Halwa is preferred in many civilizations and it is being made with a number of materials like carrot, lauki (bottle gourd), semolina, badam (almonds) or raisins and many others. Additionally, they consist of milk or condensed milk and quite often made out of ghee which imparts a nice fragrance and pleasant flavor that tempts the majority of us to enjoy. Halwa is usually prepared during festivals like Holi, Janmashtami, Diwali and offered as prasad in temples and various other spiritual events.

 Tips:

Making use of the food colour within this recipe is optional and it is included only to make it appealing.

 Corn flour ought to be combined with water without any lumps formed. or else, the halwa wouldn't be chewy and effectively cooked.

 Constantly mix while slowly including corn flour mix to sugar syrup.

 Don't compromise on including ghee to corn flour halwa recipe.

 This will remain great for 4-5 days in the refrigerator however the texture won't be the identical if you keep it in the fridge. So better to make it and eat in just 2 days.

 

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Soumya Rao Posted on Mon Dec 01 2014

Awesome!!! Surely going to try this and impress my mamagaru :-)?

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mahesh b (myfolsom) Posted on Mon Dec 01 2014

Great recipe as always. Thank you chef. ?

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Radhakrishnan Rajan Posted on Wed Dec 10 2014

your performance is very sweeter than the halwa. Thank u.?

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mehul42 Posted on Sun Dec 21 2014

Thanks for posting this recipe. I will make it sometime.?

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Manoj Kumar Posted on Thu Dec 25 2014

wow?

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Prathap Gangiredla Posted on Mon Jan 05 2015

Super hot, excellent making. Thank you.?

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Bella Patel Posted on Sat Jan 17 2015

Hello Chef,      Q's for you.      Is that corn flour or corn starch ?, To me - looks like it's corn starch.Am i able to use pateto starch or sabudana powder instead  of corn flour/starch ?Pls. let me know. Thank you in advance for sharing ev

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Anand technician Posted on Thu Jan 29 2015

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Supriya Mehra Posted on Sun Feb 01 2015

Superb (y)?

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Shanjida Hoque (Koyna) Posted on Tue Feb 03 2015

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Shuchi Tasnuva Posted on Mon Feb 09 2015

It's really an awesome halwa.......................I must try it at home?

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Shivani Sherman Posted on Tue Feb 10 2015

Super excited to try this! I have always loved Karachi halwa but could never find any good place in Edmonton to buy it.  Now I can make it at home with lots of almonds and cashews.  Hopefully, it will turn out as good as Chainaram's Karachi halwa

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