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Walnut Halwa

Walnut Halwa

Prep Time: 25 minutes  Level of Difficulty: Easy

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Walnut kernels, for garnish, 2 cups
¾ cup Ghee
¼ cup Khoya/mawa, grated
1 cup Milk powder
1 cup Milk
½ tsp Green cardamom powder
1 cup Sugar
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  • Crush walnuts coarsely. Heat ghee in a non stick pan, add crushed walnuts and saute till fragrant.
  • Add khoya and mix and continue to saute. Add milk powder and mix well and continue to saute.
  • Add milk and mix.
  • Add green cardamom powder and sugar and mix well and cook on medium heat till the mixture thickens to halwa consistency.
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GrandHyattChef_Narendra-2431By Narendra Lendave
Nationality: Indian
Narendra has travelled to many places because of his job. Though he was unaware of what a career in cookery would entail, he took up cooking and has learnt along the way. He has worked in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Seychelles and USA. He enjoys receiving good feedback from his guests. His proudest moment was when he won three gold medals in a competition in India. 

Comments

  1. Joni

    Dear chef

    Your food and recipie are awesome

    Kindly if you can send me the recipie of your best Belgian waffle and crepe

    Thank you very much

  2. lufarah

    What is khoya/mawa? Please keep in mind that your readers are from different cultures … would be nice to have explanations of ingredients which are not common worldwide.

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