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Broken Wheat Halwa with Jaggery & 2nd Blog Anniversary

Broken Wheat Halwa with Jaggery & 2nd Blog Anniversary



Hope everyone having good weekend, today is 2nd Anniversary of this blog.  I'm surprised that I completed two years of blogging (ignore the long breaks I took please ;) ) wow I never thought the sudden fit of blogging will last for this long.  But neither the less it did lasted and hopefully will last for a long time too. 

Let me Thank All my blogger friends for being the main reason for me to continue, people whom spend their time commenting and of course the silent readers .  Thanks to blogging I have few wonderful friends now.  So a BIG THANKS to everyone visiting this space and to others whom motivate me.

Let's end my speech here and go the today's recipe.  What a celebration without a sweet rite?  So here comes Broken Wheat Halwa, I did blog the recipe (here) before which was prepared by my sis's MIL but in this recipe I used jaggery syrup.




Serving ~ 4 people

Ingredients:

Broken/Craked Wheat - 1 Cup
Ghee/Classified butter - 2 tbs [as required]
Cardamom Powder - 1tsp
Dry Nuts - 2 tbs chopped [I used cashew, raisins, almond]

For Jaggery Syrup:


Jaggery - 3/4 Cup [ according to taste]
Water - 3 cups





Method
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1. To make jaggery syrup/chasni, in a heavy bottom pan add jaggery, water and dissolve the jaggery completely in slow flame.  Do stir in intervals and bring to boil.  Let it boil for 5 mins in slow flame, and strain the syrup to remove any dirt from jaggery, it takes 10-15 mins in slow flame. 

2. Meanwhile, in a separate pan heat ghee roast cashew and keep aside.  In a same pan add broken wheat and roast in medium-slow flame for 4-5mins or until wheat colour turns to golden brown and nice aroma start coming.

3.  Now add the jaggery syrup slowly while stirring the mixture.  Mix everything nicely, cover the pan with lid and cook in slow flame for 5-8mins or until the water evaporated completely.  Do stir in intervals.

4.  The wheat has to cook properly, if required add more water.  Add nuts, cardamom powder mix well and cook for 2 minutes. 

Off the flame and let it rest for 5 mins.  One can add 2-3 tbs of ghee now for a more delicious version.




This goes to Nivedita's Celebrate Sweets~Halwa Event.

Enjoy your weekend....

72 comments:

  1. Wow,congrats on completing two years of blogging, way to go !
    Halwa looks good,should be a nice combo the jaggery and broken wheat,the last picture is very nice :)

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  2. Congratulations Priti...The recipe is very new to me and I will definitely try it over the weekend.The photographs are very catchy!!

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  3. Congratulations Priti...The recipe is very new to me and I will definitely try it over the weekend.The photographs are very catchy!!

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  4. Congrats Priti.. wishing you many more years of happy blogging.

    Halwa looks delicious and healthy with wheat and jaggery combo.

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  5. Priti,
    congrats for completing two years of blogging :)..and love the broken wheat/dalia halwa..
    hugs and smiles

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  6. Hi Priti,
    Congratulations. Wish many more to come.
    I love this sweet, we call it "Sajjige"

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  7. Hi Dear
    Congratulations.. wish u many more.My fav halwa.. looks mouth watering..

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  8. Wow, you are an year senior to me in this blogging world. Congrats dear, way to go and looking forward to more visual treats from your blog.

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  9. Congratulations on your 2 years! I haven't made 1 yet. I think us blogger would definitely forgive long breaks, afterall sometime we cook foods again and have to try other bloggers recipes, etc...so we can't always have new stuff to blog about. :D

    This recipe is something I have not tried before. It sound very good!

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  10. Congrats priti... Thats a real good dish to celebrate indeed!!!!!

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  11. Congrats priti... Thats a real good dish to celebrate indeed!!!!!

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  12. Congrats dear.. halwa looks soo tempting and delicious.. Healthy too.. thanks for sharing.. keep rocking dear!!

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  13. Wow Congrats Preethi..Wishing you more and more years of blogging and lots and lots of friends.
    Halwa looks mouthwatering..unique recipe.

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  14. Congrats on your 2nd blog anniversary. Wish you many more to come.

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  15. Congrats Priti wish your blog many more years like this. Halwa looks great and beautiful pic....

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  16. Hi Priti

    Congrats on completing 2 years.Halwa looks yummy!!

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  17. Happy 2nd blog anniversary preeti, hope you celebrate each year passing by successfully...and hope to see many more yummy recipes from you...

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  18. Congrats Priti !!! Thats a gr8 milestome :). This sweet looks very delicious. I loved the colour and consistency of the sweet.

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  19. Congratulations to you on the 2nd Anniversary of your blog.Wish you many more such wonderful years of blogging.

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  20. congratulations Priti......yummy and perfect sweet to celebrate 2nd anniversary........

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  21. Congrats on your 2nd year of blogging, keep rocking dear..Halwa looks yummy and beautiful click too..

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  22. Wow..2 years! aap to hamare principal ho gaye...:-)) congrats! many more to come..Halwa looks yummy, we call this LAPSI..and add sugar too...!!! we make little diffrent way...

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  23. Priti,

    Congrats on your blog aniversery. halwa looks yummy.

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  24. Hi dear ,
    True time flies like anything.. Congrats on your 2nd blog anniversary. Halwa looks yummy.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  25. Congragulations and delicous looking halwa.

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  26. congrats priti! way to go girlie, wish you many more bloggy b'days :-)

    lovely and simple halwa recipe all with my fav ingredients!

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  27. Hi Priti,

    Happy Blog Anniversary!
    great halwa to celebrate.. tempting! :)

    Cheers,

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  28. Yummy looking halwa. Looks so good. Never tried this type of wheat halwa. YUM!!!!

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  29. Happy 2nd Blogoversary dear! WOW, I wish to go on like U too...just hit my first year now! ;)

    Halwa looks yumm! :D

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  30. Hey congrts on ur 2nd anni....And that halwa is really very tempting and beautiful....

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  31. congrats dear on ur 2nd milestone...love lapsi since cjildhoos...looks wonderful

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  32. Thank U gals..for all the encouragement :)

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  33. congrats dear! Too gud pictures,Halwa very delicious,Tempting.

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  34. wonderful and yummy halwa priti. loved ur pictures too. congrats on ur 2nd blog anniversary

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  35. Congratulations on ur 2nd blog anniversary and wishing u many more success dear!!!

    Healthy delicious halwa :-)

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  36. Congratulations!! Wish you many such milestones ahead! Halwa looks delicious, perfect way to celebrate!

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  37. Hi Priti....congrats...halwa looks awesome....clicks are wonderful too...perfect thing to celebrate the day....hope u still remember me.. :)

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  38. Congrats on ur 2nd blog anniversary, happy blogging. Halwa looks delicious, perfect way to celebrate:)

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  39. Thank U Dearies :)

    @Preeti..ofcoz dear...how to forget u? :)

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  40. Congrats Priti for ur 2nd blog anniversary, wishing you more and more beautiful years dear, broken wheat halwa looks awesome and scrumptious..

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  41. Wow, that is great !!! 2 years, amazing !!! And halwa looks lovely. I like to cook it with sugar, not a big fan of using jaggery :)

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  42. Congratulations... keep it up!!

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  43. Congrag priti. Keep rocking. Lovely sweet.

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  44. congrats on 2 years Priti :)

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  45. Congrats! 2 years is a long time! :)

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  46. Halwa looks divine.Congrats :D

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  47. Congratulations Priti dear ..btw halwa looks delicious

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  48. Congrats, priti on ur 2nd anniversary...wish many more years of happy and eventful blogging

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  49. Congrats on your milestone priti.Wishing you lots more success n entertain us more with ur luscious recipes.Halwa is so succulent.

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  50. Congratulations Priti! Keep rocking! The halwa looks absolutely delicious and is perfect for the occasion :-)

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  51. Congrats wish many more years!
    delicious way to celebrate!

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  52. congrates priti...so happy for u..nice dessert to celebrate ur special day..

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  53. Congrats Priti ! Wish you many more years of happy blogging....the dessert looks awesome :-)

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  54. Congratulation Priti..Wishing you many more years of happy blogging...
    Daliya halwa looks wonderful..liked the recipe...very nice..thanks for sharing this!

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  55. congrats Priti, way to go, dessert looks yummy, thanks for dropping by..

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  56. Congrats Priti. The halwa looks so yummy and a great way to celebrate.

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  57. Thank U all ..that's very sweet :)

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  58. Congrats on your blog-birthday!!

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  59. Congrats Priti....halwa looks tempting and yummy.

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  60. Congratulations Dear,,Very healthy n yummy sweet dear everybody's faaav sweet Halwa,,

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  61. Many many congarts on your milestone dear...Keep on rocking.

    Yummy halwa.

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  62. Thank U gals for all the generous comments :)

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  63. Congratulations, Priti! May you have many many more!

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  64. Congrats girl. Halwa looks so yummy .I am drooling here,pls parcel me some:).

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  65. wow. mouth watering. may be u should make this for our next meet.. love to taste it. yumm.

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  66. Thanks you gals ...

    @Suhaina...will try my best dear

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