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Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Ghia Ka Halwa
and delicious , I first ate this in a ' thaali ' lunch and got hooked
onto it . Adapt quantities to get the desired sweetness - yes , add
other dry fruit too if you like. I avoided coconut here to keep the
a wok add milk , ghia and cardamon seeds and bring to a boil , reduce heat and
cook for about 25-30 minutes. I simmer on medium heat , stirring it
occasionally .When ghia has softened and you have the desired
consistency add nuts and cook on for another 10 minutes or so till you
get a halwa like consistency , you may have to increase the heat to
make the milk evaporate , stir often to prevent it from sticking. Now
add ghee , sugar and cardamon powder , raise heat to max and bhuno
another 5 minutes . Cool the halwa then taste for sweetness and adjust
as needed . I serve this lukewarm . Lauki at it's best !