Halwa is a dessert which is popular not only in India, but also in Middle East and Asian cuisine. The form of halwa is prepared with semolina, grains, flour and nuts. Halwa is mostly prepared during festivals like Navratre, Diwali, Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Eid and many more festivals. In this Article, we will show you some of the best Halwa’s that one must try at least once in life. The motive of this Article is to promote the famous Indian dessert, Halwa.
1. Suji Ka Halwa
Suji Ka Halwa is delicious and time saving dish. It’s prepared with Semolina (Suji), milk, sugar, cashew nuts, cardamom powder and ghee. There’s no match to Kada Prasad (Suji ka halwa) of Gurudwaras. It’s mostly prepared in every house. There’s no competition to the taste of Suji ka Halwa.
2. Moong Dal Halwa
This one is my personal favorite. Moong dal Halwa is prepared with moong lentils. It tastes so delicious, yummy and makes you addictive of it. Resisting yourself from Moong Dal Halwa is just next to impossible. It needs a lot of time in preparation, but when it’s prepared you cannot stop from eating this again and again.
3. Gajar ka Halwa
This delectable Halwa is loved by everyone. It’s the best treat for the winters. One can live without eating their meal, but you can’t say ‘No’ to Gajar ka Halwa. It’s a great mixture of carrots, butter/ghee, milk, cashew, cardamom, raisins and kesar. The fragrance of Gajar ka Halwa is so mesmerizing that you will be lost in it.
4. Atte ka Halwa
It’s the healthy, nutritious and delicious Halwa which is made very easily. Atte ka halwa is simply so delicious that you just want to eat this more and more. Adding almonds, cashews or raisins makes it more delectable. One just can’t ignore this simply best Halwa.
5. Badam Halwa
This highly rich halwa with taste of almonds in every bit makes it very special and tasty. It’s prepared with rich use of ghee, almonds, sugar and saffron. If you never tried Badam ka Halwa before, then just try it once and you will surely be mesmerized with it. Badam Halwa is usually prepared during festivals and special occasions.
6. Besan ka Halwa
Besan ka Halwa tastes so scrumptious that it’s just impossible to describe thrugh words. Firstly, Besan (Gram flour) is roasted with ghee and then milk is added to it. Besan ka Halwa tastes very different from the regular Halwa and one big reason is rich usage of ghee and dry fruits which purely changes its taste.
7. Ragi Halwa
Ragi Halwa is underrated between all other Halwa’s, but we will surely add this to our list. It’s prepared with ragi flour (finger millet), ghee, milk, cardamom powder and sugar. The mixture of milk and ragi flour makes it very delicious and healthy too. One can garnish it with almonds and pistachios.