9799692b348 Nivedhanam: Godumai Halwa

Monday, November 5, 2012

Godumai Halwa

There are many traditional Indian sweets that are so time consuming and tedious. On the contrary, there are many which take much lesser time, but are so rewarding. This Godumai halwa is a quick, easier and delicious sweet which will look like million bucks. I got this recipe from here and it is truly an amazing recipe. This halwa has only 4 ingredients and tastes out of the world. I decorated it with a cashew, but that is completely optional. It looked and tasted perfect as is. When I chose the festive theme for BM, the first recipe that came to my mind is this fabulous Halwa..
Godumai Halwa - IMG_1986

Ingredients
Whole Wheat Flour - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Water - 1 cup + 1/4 cup


Godumai Halwa - IMG_1990

Method
Heat ghee in a non-stick pan
Add wheat flour to the heated ghee
In another pan, heat water over medium flame
Mix flour and ghee very well. It will be watery
Keep the flame on low, stir it continuously
After sometime, you will see the color of the flour changing as it gets cooked and a nice aroma will come
On the other hand, the water must be have come to a boil by now. It is important not to over boil the water as some may evaporate and confuse the ratio
Add sugar and reduce to heat to the minimum possible, or you can even turn off the stove
Add the boiling water and be very careful here to ensure that you do not get burnt as all the ingredients are boiling hot here..
Mix continuously to ensure that there are no lumps and a smooth halwa is formed when all are well blended
After a minute or two of low heat and continuous stirring, the halwa will start to leave the sides and form a glossy shiny mixture with a nice aroma
Remove from heat and transfer to a bowl
Serve


Godumai Halwa - IMG_1998

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26 comments :

  1. Halwa has got an good color...looks yum....

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  2. yummy looks good
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  3. Diwali is never complete without halwa.. You have made it perfectly..
    Nice alternative to the traditional one...

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  4. Very healthy halwa... thanks for sharing this recipe with my event
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  5. i have tasted this when one of my office colleague got this to work...but wud have never thought of it to be made with the ingredients u mentioned

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  6. looks so good and with so few ingredients...how simple!

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  7. Looks very good and who can say no to halwa :)

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  8. Seriously cant take my eyes from your lovely clicks, wat a colour,definitely irresistible halwa.

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  9. This is a lovely recipe please try and link it again linky is working now.
    Thanks

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  10. Halva scoops look lovely. Love the color of halva. Must be tasting good.

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  11. wow, tats a lovely halwa. resembles tirunelveli halwa :)

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  12. The halwa looks very tasty..very inviting colour and texture.

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  13. These look so cute. Nice serving idea to actually to serve this halwa in single serves cuppies topped with some nuts.

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  14. That's an amazing godhuma halwa. Love the color.

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  15. Love that color on halwa.. It's similar to atte ka sheera right? Thnx for linking it up so many wonderful dishes

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  16. Thanks for linking this entry with my WTML event

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  17. Hi

    First time on your blogpage. The halwa looks good. I did see a lot of versions on the blogosphere and I ve been wanting to do it in some time.
    Keep up the great work!
    Shobha

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