gajar ka halwa

Gajar Ka Halwa

Gajar ka halwa is a sweet dish from India. It is the most popular and common desserts love by Indian peoples and most of them love to cook this recipe.

It is also popular in Bangladesh and Pakistan. This sweet dish mostly is eaten in a festival. It is mostly served in the winter season. It is first introduced Mughals period.

This dish is so delicious in taste so I made at home. Now you can also make it in a home by reading the article below.

Ingredients for Gajar ka halwa

Carrot- 1kg
Milk- 1kg
Sugar-10 tbs
Cashews- 15-20
Cardamon- 5-6
Ghee- 1 tbs
Raisins- 20-25
Pinch of saffron


Preparation time- 15 minutes

Cook time- 30-40 minutes

total time- 50 minutes

Method for Gajar ka halwa

First of all, we rinse peel and then grate the carrots. Now we led the gas and we put the pan on gas.

Now we
have to add all of the grated carrots in pan. Now we pour 4 cups of fat milk. Now we cooked this mixture on a low to medium flame. Milk will start reducing

The mixture should reduce 75% and then we have to add 2 tablespoon ghee and some milk will be there when we add ghee. Now we add 10-12 spoon sugar
or as you require.

Now we add 5-6 cardamons. now we simmer the halwa on a low flame till the mixture starts to thicken.

Now when we see the halwa has reduced much
and we see a little milk then we add 20-25 raisins, 20-25 cashews, 20-25 chopped almonds and a pinch of saffron. now we simmer the whole mixture becomes dry.
The milk should evaporate and we see fine milk solid in halwa.

When you see milk solid in halwa than you are ready to serve it. Serve it in plates bowl.


Nutrition per 1 bowl

Protein      5 gram
Sodium     158 milligrams
Dietary Fiber 2 gram
Total Fat      5 gram
Potassium   449 milligrams
Monounsaturated   0 gram
Saturated    1 gram
Calories    185
Total Carbs   32 gram
Polyunsaturated   0 gram
Sugars        27 gram
Trans         0 gram
Cholesterol   2 miligram

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