November 19, 2017

Microwave Gajar Halwa | Easy GF desserts

Come Winter and we make copious quantities of Gajar Halwa and Doodhi Halwa, and so many many varieties too :) 

I usually make it on the stove top, but this is a quick microwave version I learnt from a cousin-in-law. The only effort is to watch over the Halwa to ensure its not burnt with frequent stirring. 

3 ingredients and Gluten Free dish for your party or late night cravings. Do let me know how you like it.


Similar Halwa recipes on the blog:
Prep time : 15 mins, Cook time : 15 mins , Serves : 3

Ingredients:
Grated Delhi Carrots (red variety) - 2 cups (packed)  {1 cup = 200ml}
Condensed milk - 1/3 cup (can vary according to preference, we like this mildly sweet as the carrots by themselves) 
Ghee/ clarified butter - 4 TBSP
Chopped Toasted nuts - for topping (totally optional)

How to:
In a micro-proof bowl, add half the ghee and the carrots, mix well, and let them cook for 8-9 mins on low till the carrots are soft. 
Add the condensed milk, mix well and 1 TBSP of ghee and microwave for 6-8 mins in spurts of 2 mins (mixing it every time), till its totally soft and cooked.
Once done add the remaining ghee and serve warm topped with nuts (if using)

Sending to BM 82 under Fall Desserts


10 comments:

  1. Using condensed milk itself saves the effort a lot and microwave definitely makes this an easy dessert. I will try this sometime when I am short on time and craving for a quick dessert

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  2. Come winter and we only think about carrot halwa...even though Madras is not in the scenes of winter, we will still make and enjoy..lol

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  3. hhaha what a co-incident, Today I am making gajer halwa with some twist. Loved your version of MW cooking.

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  4. Wow! that is a quick dessert for cold and wintry nights out here!

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  5. This indeed looks like a super quick method of making gajar ka halwa.. will try it soon... thanks for sharing..

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  6. Thats as a fabulous dessert and love the way you made them through microwave cooking, excellent idea.

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  7. I love carrot halwa and this microwave version sounds delightful and easy as well.

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  8. Love carrot halwa and your post is reminding me that it is been ages since I made some. Looks yummy.

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  9. Sinful Kalyani! I might waiting for Delhi carrots here ! Last time when I made I could feel the difference between the regular carrot Halwa and the one made with these beautiful red carrots ! Scrumptious ❤️

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  10. Out of all the halwas Gajjar halwa is my favourite and I am loving this short cut ! Super

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Kalyani

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