Atte Ka Halwa Recipe | Wheat Flour Halwa | Easy Halwa Recipes
To achieve getting perfect aate ka halwa is little tricky and if you don't get it right first time don't worry too much, with practice you will get it right. It took me a while to achieve this too but then I change the method, I used to follow my mom recipe where atta is roasted in ghee and used to get few lumps but today I am sharing my SIL recipe which is good even for beginners to get perfect halwa.
Atte ka Halwa or atta halwa is popular North Indian halwa recipe, in Gurudwara aate ka halwa is distributed as naivedyam/prasad and known as Kada Prasad. In our home atte ka halwa is more popular then sooji halwa and we love it more than any other halwa. We make aata halwa more for breakfast than as dessert same as sooji halwa or during any pooja aate ka halwa, poori is distributed as naivedyam at home, temple etc.
Lot of people think making good aate ka halwa is difficult and takes lot of ghee which is true to some extend but try this method you can make perfect halwa with less ghee and quickly. Just remember to roast flour in slow flame so it doesn't get burnt and after adding water quickly mix everything well. And as I have mention in my sooji halwa recipe, a good halwa is if shaping using any mold it should retain shape and when scramble it should separate well without being sticky.
Atte ka halwa taste delicious if served hot or warm then on room temperature but you can eat it anyway you like. Today's is my sister birthday so I thought of sharing this yummy halwa with you all which is loved of everyone in our home.
You can also check other Halwa Recipes
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- Carrot Halwa
- Beetroot Halwa
- Sooji Halwa
- Beetroot Sooji Halwa
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- Sooji Seb Halwa
- Lapsi | Broken Wheat Halwa
Atte Ka Halwa RecipeAtte ka halwa is made from wheat flour, sugar and ghee is popular North Indian halwa recipe.
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- 1.5 Cups - Wheat Flour
- 3 tbsp - Ghee
- 3/4 Cup - Sugar
- 2 tbsp - Chopped Dry Fruits
- 2 Cups - Hot Water
- 1/2 tsp - Cardamom Powder
- Chop dry fruits (I used cashew,almonds, raisins) and keep 2 cups water in to boil.
- In a wok or pan add flour and roast until it turns aromatic and change color to light brown with regular stirring in slow flame. Flour needs to be stir continuously if not it will get burnt which we don't need of course. Add dry fruits and mix well.
- Add sugar, 2 tbsp ghee to flour and mix well to combine sugar and ghee with flour with continuous stirring. Now add hot water and quickly start to mix everything well, you have to fast and quick on this to avoid lumps.
- Once everything is mixed well and halwa is formed add cardamom powder, remaining 1 tbsp ghee or more if you wish and mix again every to ghee combine well, cook for a min and off flame.
- You have to roast flour in slow flame to avoid burning.
- Adjust sugar, ghee more or less to suit your needs.
- Add only hot water and mix quickly to avoid any lumps. If you got any flour lumps then break it with spatula.
Delicious and classic atta halwa.
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