Gajar Ka Halwa | Happy New Year | Happy 2017


Hello 2017,

Stepping into a new year and it gives us the opportunity, a new slate to begin from. It’s a new year, a new beginning. You can start anything which you were thinking of doing since long. Want to join a Zumba class, go ahead. Want to switch to a healthy diet? Who’s stopping you? Want to learn new recipes and give cooking a shot, go ahead and rock this 2017. All we need is a little push from inside and we are ready to roll. For easy and quick recipes, you have already come to the right website!

What’s on your bucket list for 2017?  Do comment below and share your list. I would love to read and will share mine! 😉

Let’s make the most of 2017. Let’s cook more and share more with our friends and family. Let’s cook with heart and serve with love. Today’s recipe post has to be special because it’s the beginning of a new year and we celebrate new beginnings with “Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye”, right?

Gajar ka Halwa is one dessert which is loved by all. Since it’s winters this is the perfect time to have Gajar ka Halwa. Melt-in-your-mouth, juicy and has the perfect blend of meetha. In this recipe, I have made Gajar ka Halwa without Mawa or Khoya. It is the basic and simplest recipe which anyone can try and make at home. It is important to buy tender and red color carrots that will add taste and color to the halwa.



Perfect recipe for bachelors who are away from home and craving for Gajar ka Halwa.  Make it and send the pic to your Mom and she will be super happy.

Enough of gyaan and let’s dig into the recipe.

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Gajar Ka Halwa | Happy New Year | Happy 2017.
Gajar ka Halwa is perfect to have in Winters. Quick and easy dessert recipe which you try at home. Melt-in-your-mouth and so good in taste.
Course dessert
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Course dessert
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
  1. Wash, peel and grate carrots using a grater. You can use a food processor too.
  2. Heat ghee in a kadhai, sauté grated carrorts on low flame for 5-7 minutes.
  3. Once done, add milk and keep stirring on low flame. We want carrorts to get cooked in milk and milk to get reduce. The idea is to keep stirring and let milk reduced down to half.
  4. After this add sugar and mix it well. Keep stirring on low flame. After few minutes you will see everything will come together and ghee will start leaving from the sides.
  5. Switch off the flame and add cardamom powder.
  6. Sprinkle chopped almonds and serve hot.
  7. Delicious Gajar ka Halwa is ready to serve.
Recipe Notes
  • Cook everything on low flame and keep stirring in between
  • You can add dry fruits of your choice.
  • With the same process, you can make lauki ka halwa.
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