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Pethe ka Halwa

A quick and easy to prepare halwa made from pumpkin and garnished with nuts. It's a perfect delight for your taste buds!

Pethe ka Halwa Pethe ka Halwa

Chef's Name

: Niru Gupta

Recipe Cook Time

: 40 Mins
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Ingredients

  • 1 kg petha-peeled and diced

    4-6 green cardamom

    1 cup (240 ml) water

    1 cup (240 gm) sugar or to taste 4 Tbsp butter / oil / pure ghee

    50 gm raisins

    2 Tbsp flaked-roasted almonds

Method

Place the petha, water and, cardamoms in a saucepan.

Cover and cook until tender.

Drain and mash the petha.

In a large pan, heat 4 Tbsp of oil until hot.

Add the petha, stir it continuously.

Allow the puree to reduce and thicken and darken, for about 10 minutes.

Stir in the sugar.

Continue cooking until the halwa reduces into a deep amber & glossy mixture.

Spoon into a serving dish & serve hot, decorated with raisins, and almonds.

Key Ingredients: Pumpkin, Green Cardamom, Sugar, Butter, Vegetable Oil, Raisins, Almonds


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