Tooth-some Almond halwa, easy recipe to prepare this healthy and rich sweet.
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- 1cup almonds, soaked in warm water and peeled
- ¾ cup sugar
- A pinch of saffron
- ⅛ tsp. cardamom powder
- ¾ cup milk
- 4 tbsp ghee or 2 to 3 tbsp virgin coconut oil
- Few drops of rose water
- Wash and soak badam in warm water for an hour. Peel off the skin and rinse them.
- Blend badam, saffron with milk or water to a smooth paste.
Heat a nonstick pan or heavy bottom pan, add half of the ghee, add the ground paste, sugar, cardamoms and cook till the halwa thickens, constantly stirring in medium flame otherwise, it may get burnt.
Add few tsp of ghee in intervals and stir.