This post marks my 100th blog post – can you believe it? I certainly can’t.
Can’t believe I wrote 100 recipes/posts on Bake, Cut and Fry! This looks so overwhelming and can’t even describe the joy in words.
Life is such a roller coaster ride. It’s so unpredictable. I have never thought that I would be cooking and running my own food blog. Oh Jeez! From Finance Jargon to Cooking Vocabulary, life has been pretty awesome. *wink-wink* Food has now become my passion and I am loving every bit of it.
I’d like to take a moment to say “Thank You” to each and every one of you who is following my blog, everyone who takes the time to comment on my posts and every single one who visits the blog. I love hearing from everyone, so I’d love if you could keep the love coming and showering on me!! It’s all because of your support and encouragement that strives me to work harder to give my best.
Last but not the least Thank You Universe for everything. #BeingGrateful ❥
No guessing game for today’s recipe. It had to be a Sweet Dish as we say *Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye* as a mark of celebration.
Halwa needs no introduction. It’s probably one of the most frequently made and easiest sweet dish of all the time. This can be made for any occasion, festivals or if you want to eat something sweet.
Everyone knows how to make Halwa but I have never made Halwa in my entire life and my Mom used to say, Halwa is one recipe which every girl should know as she is supposed to make it after her marriage. So I thought, okay let’s learn it and give it a shot. And here I am with this blog post.
Now there is a different type of Halwa which you can make, this one is my Mom’s recipe and its absolutely yummy! 🙂 She makes Halwa with three ingredients, Atta, Sooji, and Besan. You can make pure atta halwa too.
Let’s get started