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Sugar, cornflour, milk and other ingredients are combined to prepare sohan halwa
Published On: 29 Oct 2010
tamil: Chola Maavu / Makka Cholam
telugu: Mokkajonnalu Pindi
kannada: Musukinajolada Hittu
hindi: Makai Ka Atta
Bengali: Bhoottar Maida
Gujarati: Makai No Lot
Marathi: Makai Chi Peet
Oriya: Makka Atta / Makaa Chunaa / Makaa Gunda
Punjabi: Makai Ka Atta
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hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
malayalam: Kumkumapoovu / Kesari
kannada: Kumnkuma Kesari / Kesari
Marathi: Keshar / Kesara
Punjabi: Kesar / Zafran
Mix corn flour in 1/4 cup of water and milk.
Soak saffron in water and keep aside.
Make sugar syrup by dissolve the sugar in 1/2 cup of water and boil till string consistency.
Add the corn flour mixture and cook in low flame stiring continuously.
Add ghee and cardamom powder. Continue stirring till the ghee seperates.
Add dry fruits and mix well.
Pour the halwa into a greased plate and allow to cool.
Cut the corn flour halwa into desired shapes and serve.
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