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Phool Makhani Halwa

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Phool Makhani Halwa Recipe, How To Make Phool Makhani Halwa Recipe

An unique variation to the typical halwa recipe,Phool makhani halwa is prepared from roasted makhani, ghee and sugar. A simple and quick dessert item, makhani ki halwa is best enjoyed with chopped nuts as topping.

Kheer is also known as rice pudding and is probably the most- preferred pudding in India. Kheer is incredibly delicious sweet and is eaten anytime of the day. Kheer is an extremely easy and simple to make sweet. Kheer is prepared in festivals, temples, and all sorts of special occasions. The word kheer originated from the Sanskrit word Ksheer   which implies "milk”. Payasam or payesh originated from the Sanskrit word Payasa or... Read More..

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How to make Phool Makhani Halwa

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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
25 mins
Phool Makhani Halwa
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Sugar
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 21, 2019


Ingredients used in Phool Makhani Halwa
• Ghee - 2 teaspoons.
• Lotus seeds - 1 cup.
• Custard powder - 1 teaspoons.
• Milk - 2 cup.
• Sugar - 1 cup.
• Desiccated coconut powder - 1 tablespoons.
• Almonds(chopped) - 1 teaspoons.
• Cashew nut - 8-10 numbers.
• Raisins - 8-10 numbers.
• Rose essence - 1/2 teaspoons.
Method:
  • Heat little ghee in a pan, add lotus seeds and roast until it is crispy.
  • Allow it rest and transfer into mixie jar and blend into a coarse powder.
  • Dissolve custard powder, milk and mix nicely.
  • Boil milk, sugar in a pan, add custard mixture, lotus seeds powder and mix nicely.
  • Once it comes to slightly thick consistency, add desiccated coconut powder and keep mixing it.
  • Add almonds, cashew nut, raisins and mix it.
  • To it add little ghee, mix it. At last switch off the flame, add rose essence and mix it.

Now phool makhani halwa is ready to serve.






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Kheer is also known as rice pudding and is probably the most- preferred pudding in India. Kheer is incredibly delicious sweet and is eaten anytime of the day. Kheer is an extremely easy and simple to make sweet. Kheer is prepared in festivals, temples, and all sorts of special occasions. The word kheer originated from the Sanskrit word Ksheer   which implies "milk”. Payasam or payesh originated from the Sanskrit word Payasa or Payasam, that also indicates "milk". It's prepared using milk, rice, sugar or jaggery, ghee khoya (optional). Some also include a small amount of cream to get a richer flavor. It's often garnished using cashews, raisins, almonds and pistachios. It's an important dish in lots of Hindu feasts and celebrations. As the dish is frequently made with rice, it can also be made with other ingredients, like vermicelli, broken wheat or tapioca.               

The term kheer is generally used in Northern India, Nepal and Pakistan. Payasam or Payasa is used in Southern India while in Bengal it is known as payesh. Each region has their own variation of preparing this dish. The secret for making a tasty kheer is continuous stirring and adding the sugar after the rice is soft. Vermicelli or broken wheat or tapioca can also be used for making the Kheer or payasam. A classic delicious delight to the entire milk products lover, the kheer is a simple to prepare food and tastes the best when it's offered warm or chilled. This sweet need to be made with accuracy, timing and patience as if you do not get it right, the consistency of the sweet would imbalance and the sweetness can be very obvious.

 

Milk for Kheer:

Traditionally, Kheer is made with whole milk and cream for its creamy texture, but you can use half cream for lower fat version.

 

Rice for Kheer:

The ideal rice used for making the kheer is the small grained Indian variety. But you can also use the basmati rice, though the texture and look will be little less traditional.

 

Nutritional Value of Kheer:

Kheer consists protein, a good course of calcium and is low in cholesterol. Kheer can be high in carbohydrates. Kheer is also offers a small amount of both vitamin A and vitamin C



 

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Crafts And More Posted on Tue Dec 22 2015

Wow! Interesting recipe.?

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