Badam Halwa Recipe - Delicious Almond Halwa With Khoya
Badam Halwa Recipe is a classic Indian dessert recipe that you can make for parties. This badam halwa is packed with flavors from almond and made along with khoya to make it rich and delicious.
Badam Halwa Recipe is a classic Indian dessert recipe that is packed with flavors from badam and made along with khoya to make it rich and delicious.
The Badam Halwa Recipe is one of the most delicious halwa recipes from the Indian cuisine to prepare during festivals. This Badam Halwa recipe will remind you of the Halwa you get in the Sweet Shops or the Misthan Bhandar across north and south india.
Serve the Badam Halwa Recipe as an Indian dessert for parties when you have an elaborate Indian meal or make them for festivals like Holi, Raksha Bandhan and Diwali.
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- 150 grams Whole Almonds (Badam)
- 1/2 cup Ghee
- 2 cups Milk
- 1/4 cup Sugar
- 100 grams Khoya (Mawa)
- Mixed nuts , for garnishing
How to make Badam Halwa Recipe - Delicious Almond Halwa With Khoya
To begin making the Badam Halwa Recipe, we will first powder the badam.
Into a mixer grinder, powder the padam along with the skin, you can also optionally soak the badam, peel the skin and powder it without the skin as well.
Next to make the Badam Halwa recipe, heat ghee in a heavy bottomed pan over medium heat.
Add the powdered badam and stir continuously until they turn brown and get a roasted aroma. Take care not to turn the heat too high, they need to get roasted on low to medium heat.
In another saucepan, heat the milk and sugar and allow the sugar to dissolve completely.
Add the powdered and roasted badam mixture to the milk mixture. Keep stirring the Badam Halwa continuously and you will notice the halwa thickens and looks coarse.
Once the Badam halwa has thickened, add the crumbled khoya and keep stirring until you see the ghee leaves the sides of the ban and the badam halwa.
The Badam halwa will also come away smoothly form the sides of the pan.
This process of mixing and getting this consistency for the Badam Halwa takes a good 15 to 20 minutes. The badam halwa should look shiny and have a good texture and taste.
Once done, turn off the heat and transfer the Badam Halwa to a serving bowl. Garnish with nuts and serve warm.
Serve the Badam Halwa Recipe as a indian dessert for parties when you have an elaborate Indian meal or make them for festivals like Holi, Raksha Bandhan and Diwali.