Beetroot Halwa/ Beet Halwa - Navratri Special Dessert














Beetroot Halwa / Beet Halwa

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Grated beetroots
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 2 tbs Ghee (clarified butter)
  • 1/4 tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1 tbs Chopped Cashew nuts
  • raisins to garnish


Directions


Pressure cook beetroots with milk up to 1 or 2 whistles. In a heavy bottomed pan warm up sugar and ghee
(clarified butter). Add cooked beets  with all the remaining liquid. Keep heating at medium and stir until
the moisture is evaporated and dry. Heat the ghee in a small pan and fry the cashew nuts and raisin and add it to the halwa with cardamom powder.


Comments

  1. Beautiful clicks....beetroot halwa cant be any better looks too gud...luv the color too

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  2. Wowo only 2 bsp of ghee, that i like, i love halwa but have never made them home and thislooks so so good.

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  3. This is so delicious and lovely click too:)

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  4. Amazing..entha oru color....

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  5. its a perfect visual treat ...halwa looks gorgeous Vrinda...

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  6. Looks gorgeous, so shiny and glossy.

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  7. Ayyo..oru rakshayum illa kto...adipoli color um...innu 2 peru halva kanichu kothipuchu :)...

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  8. Vow.. enthaa oru color.. i too prepared it last week. ente draaftil kidakkunnundu.. pinneppazhenkilum post cheyyaam.

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  9. yum,love the colour of it...so beautiful

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  10. So pretty..beautiful clicks,drooling

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  11. Beet halwa is delicious. I love the natural color it gives.

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  12. Wow.. so vibrant and yummy looking halwa :)

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  13. tongue tickling click...am drooling over...wonderfully presented dear..

    do drop in at my space sometime...

    Tasty Appetite

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  14. Been ages since I ate beetroot halva,looks delicious.

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  15. Yummy halwa..looks so pretty and inviting

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  16. That's way too tempting...loving that color

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  17. What a beautiful vibrant colour. Loved this halwa. Bookmarked.

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  18. Wow wat a marvellous looking halwa..tempting!

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  19. Sounds delicious and I love the color!

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  20. Would definitely love to try this halwa ,looks gorgeous.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  21. OMG...lovely pics....wat a color...really good..u must be really lessed with different skills.cooking,photography etc...
    Biny

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  22. A perfect looking halwa. Mouthwatering.Mom makes this for me.

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  23. This is really making drool :)
    such a lovely colour..Kidulam!!!

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  24. This is such an attractive halwa!! Great color..

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  25. I would like to scoop right away! Gorgeous!

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  26. Wow.. gorgeous.... I am always in love with that colour..

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  27. Wow,never had beet halwa,amazing click.

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  28. halwas came out very perfectly. beautiful clicks

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  29. My all time fav. Looks lovelyand yummy.

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  30. Wow the colour of the halwa is so rich! It looks very festive and yummy :)

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  31. What a beautiful color! It looks so special! And very delicious.

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  32. A new recipe to me but I love beets. Ooooh, I bet this is GOOD!!

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  33. wow a color kandittu vayil ninnu vellam varunnu

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  34. OMG >>>Killing me !Soo delicious! Must try!

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