Badam halwa recipe! An easy Sweet that can be prepared on any festivals. Almonds are a rich source of vitamin E and proteins, so it is suggested that daily eating 7 to 8 almonds early morning is very nutritious and healthy too. Milk and Almonds prove to be a good combination during your lactation period. These foods help to stimulate the production of breast milk. The calcium and the energy content of the recipe are good due to the addition of Milk in to the Halwa. Have a tablespoon every day while you lactating. Therefore, have a look at the recipe and try out this healthy Badam Halwa Recipe.!
Cook Time: 25 mins
Servings: 6 people
Category: Sweet Dish
|Soaked Almonds / Badam||½ cup|
|Clarified Butter / Desi Ghee||2 tsp|
|Saffron (Kesar) for Garnishing||as required|
|#||Cooking Badam Halwa | Step by Step|
|1||Take ½ cup of Almonds (Badam) in a bowl and soak it overnight or soak in hot water for 2 hours.|
|2||Drain the Water from Almonds completely with the help of sieve.|
|3||Take the Almonds into the grinder and grind into coarse paste (Add 3 tsp of Water if required for grinding).|
|4||In a preheated pan, add 2 tsp of Ghee and allow it to heat.|
|5||Then add Almonds coarse paste and roast until color changes (Approx. 10 Min it takes).|
|6||Roast on low flame until paste turns into the powdered form.|
|7||Then add 2 cups of Milk and keep on stirring continuously.|
|8||Cover the lid, allow it to cook on low flame and keep on stirring in between occasionally.|
|9||When Milk is reduced down, add ½ cup of Sugar and stir for another 5 – 6 Mins.|
|10||Badam Halwa is ready to serve hot and garnish with Saffron (Kesar).|
As we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words. Any recipe can be easily understood even with just a single image. Along with the steps above, you can also follow the pictorial representation given below. These are the major 9 steps while cooking Badam Halwa and will help you to see whether your dish is coming as exactly or closer to the recipe given. Follow these well and enjoy your cooking. Happy Cooking!
– Roasting Badam takes time so have to be patient.
– If possible, use Mamra Badam (Almond) as they make good halwa.
– Cook the halwa on low to medium flame only, to avoid burning.