While schooling I got just two recipes hand-written from my friends. One was this carrot halwa recipe and the other was kutti biscuit recipe (known as shakkarpara), rest were hear it; leave it type recipes which I did not care to write in a notebook . Sharmi’s Carrot fudge was silky because the carrots were ground before making the halwa. Her mom wrote that we can make carrot halwa without grinding the carrots too.
Btw, since we dumped the PM there is no sponsored giveaway :( I’ve only a virtual sweet treat for you below. Let’s see… I’ll try to convince the PM and arrange some nice giveaways next year… deal?
Since it’s Diwali time, I wanted to share an Indian sweet with you. Gajar Ka Halwa is something that I love. Though I’ve made it several times, I wasn’t able to record the measurements, hence the delay in posting. I’m not sure whether this is the authentic or traditional method, but this is how I make it :). Hope you too will like it. This is something that you can make, to satisfy a sudden sweet craving