300 gm carrots, coarsely grated
1 1/2 cup fresh milk
Directions: How to Cook Gajjar Ka Halwa (Carrot Dessert)
225 g Granulated sugar 1 1/2 T Ghee 1 T Rose water
Recent comments and reviews for this recipe:
| joey writes:|
this "recipe" is HORRIBLE - the cook should be shot!
Posted on 20 Dec 2007, 15:47 ET
| Anu writes:|
Horrible is the correct word..!
Posted on 07 Jan 2008, 14:48 ET
| REBEKAH writes:|
i THINK THE COOK HAS GOT CARROTS INSIDE HIS SKULL INSTEAD OF BRAINS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on 15 Feb 2008, 01:35 ET
| sravanthi writes:|
ryt... horrible... coz i knw how to make it and i thot i can find a different way but iam very very better.
Posted on 24 Sep 2008, 15:07 ET
| Shiva writes:|
Is this an unfinished recipe? Looks like it. Please re-write so we can learn how to make it.
Posted on 09 Mar 2009, 09:10 ET
| yuu writes:|
Posted on 08 Jun 2009, 09:51 ET
| Mack writes:|
grate 6 large carrots, cook in 3 cups of milk with 6 cardamom pods and a pinch of saffron until all the milk is absorbed, stirring regularly (this takes a good while). In a frying pan, melt 4 Tbsp ghee or butter, add the carrot mixture and fry until the carrots look dry-ish. Add 4 Tbsp. sugar and 4 Tbsp. chopped pistachios or cashews and a handful of sultanas and cook for a few more minutes. Lightly grease a small square baking dish and spread the mixture in the baking dish, smoothing the top and pressing down well. Chill until firm. Serve with more chopped nuts and sultanas.
Posted on 19 Sep 2009, 14:33 ET
| Sheela Sebastian writes:|
Posted on 04 Dec 2009, 05:28 ET
| anju writes:|
where is the rest of the ingredients? c,mon chef what u trying to do?
Posted on 01 Mar 2010, 07:16 ET
| avni writes:|
chef ur just spoiling indian cuisine
Posted on 08 Sep 2010, 02:05 ET
| jojo writes:|
not a good one
Posted on 28 Nov 2010, 13:09 ET
| seema writes:|
Posted on 04 Jun 2011, 05:41 ET
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