Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Custard Powder Halwa Recipe-Easy Halwa Recipes for Diwali

Custard powder halwa is another easy halwa which you can try for Diwali. This is a kind of glossy, jelly like halwa similar to karachi halwa. You need very less ingredients and just a few minutes of your time to make this halwa. Today we will learn how to make custard powder halwa following this easy recipe with step wise pictures.

Custard Powder Halwa

Custard Powder Halwa

 Prep Time : 10 mins
 Cook Time : 20 mins 
 Serves: 4-5
 Recipe CategoryDessert-Halwa
 Recipe CuisineIndian
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Vanilla flavored custard powder - 1/2 cup
   Sugar - 1 1/2 cup
   Water - 2 cups
   Ghee - 2 tbsp
   Cashew nuts - 12 -15


Preparation 

Grease a baking tin or plate (with high sides) with ghee and keep it ready.

Method

Mix together custard powder and sugar.

Add water and mix well without lumps. 

how to make custard powder halwa

Then switch on the heat and cook on low heat stirring continuously. After few minutes, add ghee.

easy custard powder halwa recipe

Once it starts to thicken, add chopped cashew nuts and cook on medium heat stirring continuously.

how to prepare custard powder halwa

Cook stirring continuously until it leaves the sides of the pan (see picture below). Then pour it in the greased tray and allow it to set. Once set, cut it into squares and serve. (I have poured it in muffin cups just to make it visually appealing)

Easy Halwa Recipe

Check out more Halwa Recipes

Godhumai Halwa (easy method)

Carrot Halwa

Cornflour Halwa

Badam Halwa 

Bread Halwa

Beetroot Halwa

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8 comments:

  1. Wow..such a wonderful and lovely halwa.
    Happy duseera padhu

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  2. Easy can be prepared in a jiffy...delicious lipsmacking drooling hallllllllllwa......

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  3. Hi padhu
    I tried it but after cooling it turned watery and sloggy...can u plz tell me wat went wrong...

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  4. Padhu can u upload the recipes for nan kulcha ....plz

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  5. Indumathi - custard powder has the tendency to become thick. If you follow the recipe as it is, it is not possible to go wrong. You must give time for it to set or you can refrigerate for few minutes and then make slices. Another possibility is- you could have under cooked it. You must cook well until it leaves the sides of the pan as seen in the picture above. The halwa will follow the ladle when stirring.

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