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Broken Wheat Halwa

Broken Wheat Halwa



T
his post is for Priyanka's FestiveFood: Onam Celebration. I'm finally managing to send across my entry for the event. There is so much written about Onam in many blogs that I do not wish to write anything further ;). This is a simple wheat halwa recipe and made with only few ingredients.

Ingredients:

Cracked/Broken Wheat/Dahiya - 1 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Ghee/Classified butter - 3-4 tbs
Water - 1 1/2 cup
Cardamom - 3-4
Fry fruits - optional

Method:

1. Make powder of sugar and cardamom by grinding them together.
2. In a pan heat ghee, add broken wheat and roast until wheat color changes to golden brown.
3. Once the aroma start coming, add water and mix well. Cook for 2mins.
4. Add the sugar powder and mix well. Mix briskly the halwa and cook for 5-7 mins or until the ghee start floating on top.
5. Yummy halwa is ready, garnish with fry fruits of your choice.




Also checkout Broken Wheat Halwa with Jaggery.





36 comments:

  1. wow priti broken wheat halwa i heard after a loong time my mom use to make ths for satayanarayana katha i love to have that with coconut pieces mm yummy

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  2. nice one priti!!i made this once,but a little different..i lived your version..will do it for navrathri!!

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  3. your wheat halwa seems easy to prepare and very tasty toooo!!!!

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  4. Hey Priti, halwa looks delicious and its easy to make. Will try this soon

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  5. hi dear, great entry, and lovely preparation. will go through previous posts soon. thanks so much for your wishes:-)

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  6. Hi dear, this one really sounds yummy. wish i could taste som eof yours. anyway since that isnt possible, will make it here on my own this weekend and tell you how it turned out :-)

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  7. Hi priti.. looks delicious.. sounds yummy.. thxs for sharing..

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  8. Looks yumm yumm and mouthwatering and very tasty....

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  9. We call it Thulli at our place. Looks gr8 and nice entry to the events.

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  10. I love thhis halwa .. looks delicious priti

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  11. thanks a lot priti,..for sending halwa for the evnt,..;-)

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  12. Have not thought abt halwa in broken wheat!!!Yummy!

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  13. wow broken wheat halwa looks really divine...really nice entry

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  14. Oye looks so good.. I have never even thought of the possibility of making this at home.. Looks yum. A post card and an award for you at:
    http://threemangoes.blogspot.com/2008/09/peruvian-food-note-of-appreciation-and.html

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  15. That is a sweet entry Priti :)

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  16. never haerd of making halwa with broken wheat...its g8

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  17. I have never made a sweet dish using cracked wheat. Always make upma and recently dosas. Would love to try this one.

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  18. halwa tho bahut sahi hai....mouthwateres yaar...isliyee philaal muu mitha karne keliyee abhi chocolate se kaam challa rahi hoon...regarding french fries, mine becomes soggy...if v have to avoid that, have to eat it hot hot...:)

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  19. thanks a ton dear for avery fast comment now a days as soon as I post my recipe I am waiting for your comment I know if there is a first comment that will be you only

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  20. Dear Ladies...thanks a ton for all the lovely and sweet comments :)...whom n all promise to make this..do let me know the result ;)

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  21. Hi priti..Thankyou for concern about my health. Broken wheat halwa looks delicious.. sounds yummy.. thxs for sharing.

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  22. hi priti,
    This is an easy halwa, I love the flavor of Cardamoms in desserts.

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  23. Yummmmmmm halwa, look delicious!!!

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  24. i love this halwaa as its real healthy and tastes good

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  25. Hi Priti...Broken wheat halwa...wow new to me..i'll give it a try. Thanks for sharing..

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  26. Very good entry... have some broken wheat, will try it soon :) (dont know how soon ;))

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  27. Oh..this is a fav. breakfast at home. I usually cook in the pressure cooker after it becomes brown.

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  28. This is the best sweet recipe I have seen and Very easy to make and nutritious too...this is a definite try for me.....Saheeee...Number one.

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  29. nice one Priti, we make payasam from it,I should try making halwa soon

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  30. Thank you so much for all the comments...I'm all eyes to see whom going to make this :)

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  31. Nice delicious entry priti. We make what is called godam or wheat payasam (a slightly more liquid version).

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  32. Broken Wheat Halwa! Interesting. Looks really yummy Priti.

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  33. i did try this recipe.. but forgot to roast the rava.. it was kind of sticky.. but loved the taste.. and it didnt look glossy either..

    Will retry again..

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