Winter has arrived, and the changing season calls for some soul-satisfying indulgence, and what could be better than a steaming hot bowl of halwa? While fighting off the sniffles, we all need nourishing indulgence that doesn’t sacrifice flavour. Keeping this in mind, we bring you a halwa recipe brimming with the goodness of gur (jaggery) and adrak (ginger). Ginger has antibacterial properties and thus aids immune system while eating jaggery benefits you by increasing your resistance and decreasing your vulnerability to infections.
To prepare this halwa, all you need are some very basic kitchen essentials. Ghee, jaggery, ginger paste are few of them. Be it a guest gathering at home or simply when you want to have something delicious without any guilt, this halwa recipe fits every purpose. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started.
Gur Adrak Halwa Recipe: How To Make Gur Adrak Halwa
To begin with, heat ghee in a pan, add ginger paste and saute it for a few minutes or until ginger changes colour. After it, add crushed jaggery and mix again.
Wait until the jaggery completely melts. Once done, add whole wheat flour and roast it for a few minutes. Add a few kesar strands and a bit of cardamom powder for the flavour.
Turn off the flame and serve hot! Top it up with chopped almonds and pistachios.
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So, what are you waiting for? This winter, keep yourself warm with a bowl of gur adrak halwa. Try this at home and let us know how it turned out in the comments below. For more such recipes, stay tuned!
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