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A tasy gajar ka halwa which our Granny used to prepare
Published On: 05 Feb 2006
tamil: Mangal Mullangi/Carrot
telugu: Gajjara Gadda / Carrot
kannada: Gajjari/Gajjara Gadde
Bengali: Gujar / Gajor
Konkani: Carrot / Kaacreta
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
tamil: Ular Dhraakshai / Kaintha Thratchai / Karuppudraaksha
malayalam: Kismis / Unakku Munthiringa
telugu: Kisimiss / Yendu Dhraksha
kannada: Ona Drakshi / Vonadraakshe
hindi: Khishmish / Kash / Drax
Bengali: Kash / Kishmish
Gujarati: Lal Draksh / Kismis / Drax
Konkani: Khishmish / Suke Dhrakshi
Marathi: Bedane / Manuka
Tulu: Nungel Draakshe
tamil: Mundhiri Paruppu / Andiparippu
malayalam: Andiparippu / Kashuvandiparippu / Parangi Andi
kannada: Godambi / Geru Beeja
Bengali: Hijli Badam
Konkani: Cajjubi / Caaju / Moyi / Kazu
Oriya: Kaju / Lanka Ambumanji / Kajubadam
Heat up a heavy bottomed pan or a kadai.
Add the finely grated carrot and saute it well for atleast 5 mins.
Add milk and allow it to boil.
Add sugar and the powdered green cardamom.
Saute it well for 5 mins.
Add the grated cashewnuts, badam and raisins.
Reduce the flame.
Add the khoya or the mawa.
:- Serve hot or chilled.
:- It won`t get spoiled atleast for 5 days. :- Khoya or Mawa can be made at home. Boil 1 litre of milk. Add few drops of vinegar or lemon juice. When the milk spoils, take it away and strain the water in it. In a hot pan, add the curdled milk and saute well. Your mawa or Khoya is ready. You can even buy from any diary farm.
It is easy to make and tastes good.
I tried this recipe and it turned out delicious. My family and friends just loved it.Thank you!!!!!
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