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Microwave Gajar Ka Halwa

Carrots and condensed milk cooked in a microwave and finished with almonds and raisins. A divine Indian dessert perfect for a wintery evening.

Microwave Gajar Ka Halwa Microwave Gajar Ka Halwa

Chef's Name

: Niru Gupta

Recipe Servings

: 6

Recipe Cook Time

: 30 Minutes

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Ingredients

  • 1 kg carrots - grated

    1 can condensed milk

    1 tsp green cardamom - powdered

    5-6 almonds - blanched and shredded

    8-10 raisins

    2 Tbsp ghee

    1200 W Microwave

Method

Place the carrots and condensed milk in a dish, mix well, cover and cook on High for 5 minutes, stirring once.

Cook, covered on 50 per cent for 10 minutes, stirring twice.

Continue cooking and stirring every two minutes till the carrots start appearing slightly glossy and the moisture has evaporated.

Add the cardamom and ghee and half the almonds and raisins, and cook at Hi for a minute.

Key Ingredients: Carrot, Condensed Milk, Green Cardamom, Almonds, Raisins, Clarified Butter


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