Most Unusual Indian Halwas that you Must Have Never Just Ate, But Even Heard of!
Halwa is a traditional sweet Indian dish, needless to say how delicious it is and how much we all love it!!
This is a recipe or we should rather say a tradition which reflects happiness, contentment, cheerfulness or a sense of bliss. If we talk from our mothers' point of view then distributing Halwa multiplies merriment of an achievement, a new relationship, a new partnership or the joys of celebratory calendar events (LOL)! Isn't so?
There isn't only one but many kinds of Halwas that our Indian mothers make to lure us either to do some work, study hard or bestow us as the token of any of our achievements. Well, we all know the common ingredients for preparing all the halwas are almost the same, like- sugar as per the per your liking of the sweetness of the dish, nearly half-measure of ghee in which cashew nuts (kaiju) and raisins (kish mish) are fried. And then little cardamom powder (taichi powder) and other dry nuts like sliced almonds, pistachio and the like. But what about the main ingredient? Well, that differs depending on the recipe we are opting for. But, here we have something peculiar rather than the regular halwas that you eat..
Have a look at some of the most unusual yet delicious Halwas that you might not have heard before but would love, once you savor them...
Kali Gajar ka Halwa
The halwa is made of black carrots, sweetened yogurt and dry fruits!
Kele ka Halwa
This halwa is made of ripe banana pulp mashed, also this soft and moist delicacy and will make picky eaters give it a go!
Sweet Potato Halwa
If you are tired of sweet potato sabzi at home then, here's another way you can make your kids take the vegetable.
Harey Chane ka Halwa
A delicious way to eat healthy yet tasty!