November 26, 2013

Pumpkin halwa

     Nowadays i feel like am a long mile away from yhis blogging world. Eventhough i have quit my job, its very difficult to manage my blog with my kid. Actually she is letting me to touch my laptop, all time she is owning that :-( but still i dont want to leave my space just like that. So finally got my laptop free'd and planned to post a sweet which i prepared/tried on diwali :-)
ALL YOU NEED:
Grated pumpkin 5 cups
Elachi powder Pinch
Food color Pinch
Ghee 4 tbsps.
Sugar To taste
Nuts 1/2 cup
METHOD:
     Take a wide tawa, add 2 spoons of ghee, fry the required nuts and keep aside. Now, add grated pumpkin, let it boil until it gets raw smell goes off. Add a pinch of food color and the required sugar. Keep on stiring it by adfing ghee inbetween, make sure it should not get burnt or stick to the pan. Quantity of the added pumpkin will get reduced. Though i added 5 cups, got only a small cup of halwa :-( Once you are reached halwa consistency, add the roasted nuts and put off the flame.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

11 comments:

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

அனைவருக்கும் அல்வாக் கொடுத்துட்டீங்க. சபாஷ். ;)

இனிமையான பகிர்வு.

பாராட்டுக்கள்.

Manjula Bharath said...

wow very very glossy and delicious looking halwa :)

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Halwa looks super yummy. No one can resist it.

Shweet Spicess said...

Kids are not allowing their mum's to blog is 2nd case i came across from u :) another frnd of mine suffering the same hehe! all the best with ur motherhood phase :) If u have grown up kid make a time schedule over using lappy atleast 1hr for u, This halwa looks delicious and yumm! keep posting more as u find time!

Rafeeda AR said...

do enjoy ur little break, once ur child grows up, it should be fine... the halwa looks delicious...

Hari Chandana said...

yummy halwa!!

sury Siva said...

super halwa
i shall be trying just now.
I remember long long ago in 50s possibly, my mom used to prepare this.
subbu thatha.

Shama Nagarajan said...

drooling halwa dear

Radha Krishnakumar said...

I want to eat it right now :D looking so yummy

Hari Chandana said...

Looks very delicious!!

Savitha Ganesan said...

Halwa looks so colourfull and yummy.

November 26, 2013

Pumpkin halwa

     Nowadays i feel like am a long mile away from yhis blogging world. Eventhough i have quit my job, its very difficult to manage my blog with my kid. Actually she is letting me to touch my laptop, all time she is owning that :-( but still i dont want to leave my space just like that. So finally got my laptop free'd and planned to post a sweet which i prepared/tried on diwali :-)
ALL YOU NEED:
Grated pumpkin 5 cups
Elachi powder Pinch
Food color Pinch
Ghee 4 tbsps.
Sugar To taste
Nuts 1/2 cup
METHOD:
     Take a wide tawa, add 2 spoons of ghee, fry the required nuts and keep aside. Now, add grated pumpkin, let it boil until it gets raw smell goes off. Add a pinch of food color and the required sugar. Keep on stiring it by adfing ghee inbetween, make sure it should not get burnt or stick to the pan. Quantity of the added pumpkin will get reduced. Though i added 5 cups, got only a small cup of halwa :-( Once you are reached halwa consistency, add the roasted nuts and put off the flame.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

11 comments:

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

அனைவருக்கும் அல்வாக் கொடுத்துட்டீங்க. சபாஷ். ;)

இனிமையான பகிர்வு.

பாராட்டுக்கள்.

Manjula Bharath said...

wow very very glossy and delicious looking halwa :)

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Halwa looks super yummy. No one can resist it.

Shweet Spicess said...

Kids are not allowing their mum's to blog is 2nd case i came across from u :) another frnd of mine suffering the same hehe! all the best with ur motherhood phase :) If u have grown up kid make a time schedule over using lappy atleast 1hr for u, This halwa looks delicious and yumm! keep posting more as u find time!

Rafeeda AR said...

do enjoy ur little break, once ur child grows up, it should be fine... the halwa looks delicious...

Hari Chandana said...

yummy halwa!!

sury Siva said...

super halwa
i shall be trying just now.
I remember long long ago in 50s possibly, my mom used to prepare this.
subbu thatha.

Shama Nagarajan said...

drooling halwa dear

Radha Krishnakumar said...

I want to eat it right now :D looking so yummy

Hari Chandana said...

Looks very delicious!!

Savitha Ganesan said...

Halwa looks so colourfull and yummy.