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Halva Kheer Spring Roll Recipe, How To Make Halva Kheer Spring Roll Recipe

Halwa is everybody's favourite dish in winters. It is probably one of India's most popular dessert that can be crowned to be National Dessert of India.

Spring rolls are a large collection of stuffed, rolled snacks or dim sum within East Asian and Southeast Asian delicacies. The name is actually a literal translation from the Chinese "chun juan" spring roll.


It commonly is made up of chopped pork, shredded carrot, bean sprouts along with other vegetables offered with a sauce much like Worcestershire sauce.


The kind of wrapper, stuffing, and cooking... Read More..

About Recipe


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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Carrots
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 11, 2019

Ingredients used in HALVA KHEER SPRING ROLL
• Carrots (grated) - 1 cup.
• Milk - 1000 ml.
• Sugar - 1 cup.
• Ghee - 4 teaspoons.
• Cashew nuts - 8-10 numbers.
• Raisins - 10-15 numbers.
• Vermicelli - 1 cup.
• Khova - 1/2 cup.
• Cardamom powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Refined flour - 1/2 cup.
• Corn starch - 1/4 cup.
• Salt - 1 pinch.
• Desiccated coconut - 1 cup.
• Castor sugar - 1 tablespoon.
• Cinnamon - 1 tea spoon.

For halwa:

  • In a hot pan add ghee and grated carrots to saute it, simmer it with milk.
  • Now add half cup sugar and leave it to cook till you get a thick mixture.
  • Now for kheer take another pan add ghee, cashew nuts and saute it then add raisins and switch off the flame, after that transfer in to a small bowl.
  • In the same pan add vermicelli and roast it till you see golden brown color.
  • Then add milk and simmer it till the kheer becomes thick.
  • When the kheer becomes thick add sugar and cook it.
  • Then add khoya, cardamom powder in both the dishes.

For wrappers:

  • Take a bowl add refined flour, cornstarch, salt, milk, water, mix it in a thin consistency.
  • In a hot pan add little drop of oil then pour the wrappers batter and again pour back the batter in the same bowl.
  • Once the sides are coming out then transfer on chopping board.
  • Repeat the process for all the wrappers on a high flame.
  • Place the cooked wrappers one by one on the chopping board.
  • Now add the halwa, kheer and sauteed nuts mixture on wrappers, then apply flour slurry on edges and fold it one by one.
  • Then roll it like spring rolls.
  • In a hot oil deep fry the spring rolls.
  • In a plate add desiccated coconut powder, castor sugar, cinnamon powder and mix it.
  • Now coat the spring rolls and cut it into pieces.
  • For plating take mango puree, then add finely chopped tutti-frutti and place the spring rolls on it.

Now the halwa kheer spring rolls is ready.

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Spring rolls are a large collection of stuffed, rolled snacks or dim sum within East Asian and Southeast Asian delicacies. The name is actually a literal translation from the Chinese "chun juan" spring roll.


It commonly is made up of chopped pork, shredded carrot, bean sprouts along with other vegetables offered with a sauce much like Worcestershire sauce.


The kind of wrapper, stuffing, and cooking technique used, and also the name, differ considerably within this large area, according to the region's culture.


Chinese veg spring rolls certainly are a favorite starter or snack that is definitely served in   Indo Chinese   restaurants. They are ideal to be a tea snack as well as for a weekend brunch or possibly a dinner to go with a bowl of delicious soup or noodles. However, in India most often one could find people enjoying these with   masala tea   in most tea shops.


These can be made with self-made spring roll wrappers or with readymade frozen sheets. The homemade wrappers don't come out as well as the readymade sheets because the readymade sheets are machine made and also have a level and thin layer, which gives a fantastic and even crust or crisp when they are fried.

The cooking of spring roll takes approximately 60 min.


Spring Roll Wrapper:


Spring Roll Wrappers (also referred to as rice paper, rice paper rounds, spring roll skin, edible rice paper, wraps, etc.) are used both in Vietnamese and Thai delicacies for making fresh and fried spring rolls. The circular wrappers are thin, crisp, and solid and marked having a cross-hatched design.


The key raw material used for Wrap manufacturing is white rice. White rice powder is blended with tapioca flour to make the rice paper glutinous and smooth. The thin flour and water batter is spread equally on conveyor belts, steamed, and after that moved on to long rectangular bamboo frames. The lengths of rice paper after that are sun-dried and ventilated. As a final point the spring roll wrapper is cut into circles, squares, or rectangles.


The simple option of making rice paper is to make a thin mixture with rice flour and water, include pinch of salt and after that pan-fry the wrapper.


Filling for spring roll:


Non- Veg:

The filling consists of pork, shrimp, crab meat, egg, with shredded carrots, moong bean, noodles (clear wrapping noodles/glass noodles), etc., and the end result is absolutely yummy and fabulous. The deep-fried, crunchy, and golden brown outer is simply one more plus



Stuffed with a lot of vegetables along with rice vermicelli, garlic shrimp, as well as a sweet and tangy vinaigrette, this spring roll bowl has amazing flavor. It is an ideal food for summer when you wish something tasty yet refreshing with minimal cooking.




For the sauce, combine together chopped garlic, rice vinegar, brown sugar, fish sauce (optional), lime juice, vegetable oil, sesame oil, tamarind concentrate (optional), and chili paste.


varieties of Spring roll: There are varieties of spring roll rely upon its stuffing. Most popular varieties are:



Vegetable Spring Roll is actually a fried spring roll variety that makes use of veggies such as cabbage, carrots, and bean sprouts as ingredients. This dish is simple and fast to make. It can be appreciated more when dipped in delicious dipping sauce



Chicken Spring Roll isn’t very different from the Veg Spring Roll, just include some chicken using the veggies and stuff it in the spring roll sheet and a tasty chicken spring roll is ready. Crisp outside as well as a yummy chicken stuffing inside, the chicken spring roll recipe is an ideal dish for any party or after-school snack.


Egg roll is made by wrapping an extremely thin wrapper of flour dough around the cabbage and boil egg stuffing and after that deep-frying it. Egg rolls are a little bit heavier than another spring rolls. They must be offered sizzling hot and crispy. Egg rolls are often eaten as appetizers. Restaurants often create fusion variations of egg rolls including cheese steak egg rolls and pizza rolls.


Pork Spring Roll


Shrimp Spring Roll: Garlic shrimp offered with rice vermicelli, mixed greens, cucumbers, and carrots within a sweet and tangy garlic tamarind vinaigrette. These garlic shrimp spring roll bowls with garlic tamarind vinaigrette are quite simple to put together and making a yummy summer food.


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