So all this discussion made me decide that I may try just one or two more of the Halwas. I could convince my twins to eat, but they are so unpredictable. Sometimes they like, some they wont even touch. By the way, when I was playing with Peddu, this morning, I asked him to tell me a story. He came close to my ear, with his hands folded as if he was going to whisper in my ears. But he said loud enough to be heard next door, “Chinna Chinna Paappa”. Now I don’t know what story it is, but he was highly impressed with himself. And very happy too. So we had to clap!
This version of Halwa, tastes very much like the Wheat Halwa. And involves the same amount of stirring but less work when compared with Godumai Halwa.
I am sure these simple veggie sandwiches would serve good too!
Maida – 50 gms
Sugar – 100 gms
Ghee – 2 – 3 tsp
Cashew nuts – 10 whole
Kesari powder – 1 tsp
Dissolve sugar in water and cook till you get a one thread consistency of sugar syrup.
Make a thin batter of maida/ all purpose flour, mix kersari powder in water.
Roast the nuts in ghee and keep it aside.
Once the sugar syrup is ready, slowly pour the maida batter into the sugar syrup and keep stirring well. When it starts leaving the sides, add the ghee. Mix well.
Have a plate greased with ghee ready. You will its ready when it starts leaving the sides.
Spread it over the plate.
Check out the delicious dishes dished out by the RM group: