Oct 20, 2015

Easy Atta Halwa Recipe - Atta Ka Sheera Recipe


This recipe has been in my mind for quite a long time..It is also called as Gothumai Halwa, Wheat Flour Halwa also..This recipe is a basic recipe and it turns out just perfect. I have another version of halwa which is made with whole wheat. Will be sharing it soon.


This is one recipe which i wanted to make for a long time..This is such a easy recipe to make, and i know it will taste great.. I thought this would be a great recipe to share now as it is navrathri season..


Hope you will try this out and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 20 to 25 mins
Serves: 6 to 8

Ingredients:

Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1 cup
Cardamom Powder - 1 tsp
Ghee - 1/2 cup + 4 tblspn
Raisans as needed
Cashews as needed

Method:

Heat 1/2 cup ghee in a kadai. Add in nuts and raisan and fry till golden. Drain and set aside.

In the same pan, add in wheat flour and roast on low flame for a good 5 to 6 mins till the raw smell leaves away.

Now add in water and keep mixing. 

Now add in sugar and mix well. Cook this by keep stiring it.
After 5 mins or so, if you see the halwa sticky, add ghee tblspn at a time and keep mixing. I added around 4 tblspn more ghee to make it glossy and non sticky.

Now add in cardamom powder and fried nuts. Mix well and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Heat 1/2 cup of ghee in a pan


add in nuts and sultanas..


Fry them in oil..I used only kishmish, because i ran out of nuts


Drain and set aside


In the same ghee


add in wheat flour
Keep roasting on a low flame till it gets nicely roasted
Now it is well roasted


Add in water


mix well


add in sugar


mix well..


Keep stiring and keep mixing


add a tblspn of ghee at a time and mix well


Add cardamom powder


now you see the halwa is non sticky


add in nuts and raisans


Serve

14 comments:

  1. That looks Yummy...!!! Can v add Jaggery instead of Sugar ??

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  2. @Aarthi
    Hai Arthi this looks tempting!I tried some of your recipes and all comes out very well.you have such a wide varities of collections!love to go through your blog.I an Shazia from fromykitchen a new blogger and have many more to learn from great bloggers like you!

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  3. if I want to make it with sweetener, at which stage of cooking should I add the sweetener?

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  4. Yummy!!!!It comes out well arthi...Thank u for the recipe...

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  5. Yummy!!!IIt comes out well arthi..Thanx for the recipe...I am enjoying the halwa now!!!!!

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  6. Can we add milk to it instead of water??

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  7. Can we add milk to it instead of water

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  8. Hi today I tried this recipe,i used the exact measurements as u referred,but it came out well but the taste is very worst, I made many halwas ,but this is worst recipe

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  9. @Anonymoussorry to hear it, what problem u faced

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  10. Aarthi.....its really yummy,all at my home liked the dish very much....thank You

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  11. Dearest Aarthi, really loved your recipes, such a neat and organized blog, kudos....

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