Instant Moong Dal Halwa

First Day of Group 2, BM #14, i start with a sweet note. This Halwa is made using Moong Dal Flour. This can be made in a jiffy, hardly took 20 minutes for me to make it. Surprise Guest or to Surprise your loved ones, this would be a Quick n Easy Sweet/Dessert to make. With these measurements i got half a Coffee-Cup Halwa, which was sufficient for 2 people(me and my hubby), since my kiddo doesn't prefer sweet, i didn't want to make more and waste any. so, if you want to make more, increase the measurements accordingly.

Wishing you a Very Happy and a Prosperous Ugadhi and Gudi Padwa !! :)

Ingredients
1/4 Cup Moong Dal flour (store-bought)
1/2 Cup Milk
2 tbsp Sugar
2 tbsp Ghee
Roasted Almond Flakes for garnishing

Method
  • In a Non-Stick Pan, add little Ghee  and Roast the moong flour till nice aroma arises. Take care not to burn the flour, keep the flame low.
  • When the flour color changes to light brown, add Milk and keep stirring to avoid any lumps. Let it cook in a low flame for 10 minutes.
  • By this time, the mixture would be almost dry, Add Sugar. 
  • When the Sugar dissolves completely, add ghee little by little and keep stirring.
  • When the halwa comes together as a ball, Take it off the flame and Put it on a greased Plate.
  • Garnish with roasted almond flakes and serve warm.

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21 comments:

  1. The consistency of the halwa has come out perfect, Priya. It looks really good.

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  2. Lovely and easy moong dal halwa Priya. Looks so yummy!!!

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  3. Nice halwa and easy instant recipe..
    The one we make with freshly soaked and groud dal takes a long time to make.

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  4. Simple n Quick Halwa..i love sweets :0

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  5. wow this I had at my friends place...now I am in luv with it! :)

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  6. wow! looks like rava kesari..I gotto try this ASAP!

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  7. i have never made this with flour, would love to try this healthy version..

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  8. halva looks perfectly put together

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  9. Sounds nice. Will have to check out if we get Moong dhal flour here

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  10. totally nice.. never heard of using Moong dal flour... must try sometime :)


    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Holi Fest – Colourful Palette
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  11. looks like a cake and am still wondering whether you can make moong dal halwa instantaneously..i guess the trick is using the moong dal flour..now where do I get that..., will look for it and try to make them asap

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  12. Very nice priya..that's quite quick!..

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  13. I remember doing it for ICC once.. it has an amazing taste..

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  14. This is amazing Priya. I had it yesterday an was wishing for more guess I can have as much as I want now.

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  15. Wow!!!I am seeing so many new varieties of sweets on Bm!!!Looks very nice

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  16. Lovely presentation. The halwa looks very tempting!

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  17. Never tried making halwa using flour. Looks very delectable.

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

 

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