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Rose Milk Flavored CornFlour Halwa

Easy and simple sweet for all occasions. I tried this with a twist by adding Rose milk powder for the flavor and shaped them using cookie cutter for kids.


Ingredients :

  • 1/2 Cup Cornflour
  • 2 Cups Sugar

  • 3 Tsp Rose milk Powder
  • 3 Cups Water
  • 5 Almonds
  • 5 Cashews
  • 2 Tbsp Ghee

Method :

Add cornflour in a separate bowl.
 

 Add the rose milk powder to the cornflour and mix well.
Measure 3 cups of water and add it to the cornflour. Mix well to avoid lumps.
 
Heat a pan ( Non- stick ) and add the sugar.

Simmer the flame and Wait till the sugar melts.

Add the cornflour water to the melted sugar and stir. Stir continuous to avoid forming lumps.

Once it starts thickening, add the ghee and mix well.
Meanwhile, Chop the Almonds and Cashews finely.
Add the chopped nuts to the halwa and continue stirring till the mixture gets glossy.

Turn off the flame and transfer it to the greased plate.


Slice it with cookie cutter or knife after it completely cool down.
Serve this flavored Halwa and enjoy your day.
Serving Options :

Serve Warm Halwa with Ice - Cream
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Comments

  1. Priya, they are translucent like jellies. I wish I could take a bite!

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  2. haw it looks like jelly. never knew maida and cornflour wud make nice yummy easy to make sweet
    there is no sugar syrup in this isnt it

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  3. Cornflour halwa is the in things now huh? Never tried this...looks yummy...

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  4. Adding rosemilk gives it a twist priya dear ...Lovely thanks for linking it to my event..

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  5. nice presentation dear.. like the cute shapes..

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  6. Nice idea of adding rose milk flavor to the halwa and using cookie cutter makes it way more attractive too :) Good one dear!! Hope your temperature has decreased Priya!!
    Beetroot Poriyal

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  7. unique recipe to add rose milk , nice entry dear :) thanks a ton for linking

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  8. Loving here the addition of rose milk powder, irresistible halwa.

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  9. Wow.. Thanks for linking up to my event dear!!! Looks delicious!!! I made ginger man in wheat halwa for Diwali. Will post it soon :)

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  10. Looks cute & tempting, interesting addition of rose milk powder. Wonderful recipe!!!

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