4 Reviews

This is quite good, but the instructions need some clarification. I didn't know when to turn the heat on and off; I just had to do some guesswork until the carrots were soft. I used 1/2 tsp ground cardamom since that's equivalent to 5 pods, I put it in with the evaporated milk in the first boil. I used canola oil in place of ghee and left out the powdered milk (which didn't affect the taste but the texture.) It was a bit runny but tasted really good. Next time I'll add more carrots.

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the80srule May 07, 2010

I made this for my hubby last week and he really liked it..this dish tastes better if you leave it in the refrigerator for a day and then eat it. I left out the powdered milk but I think I should have added it cuz the texture I got is not that of regular halwa. My husband finished it ALL single- handedly and requested that it be made again today so this recipe is a keeper!! Thanks.

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SpicyGirl June 04, 2007

Tastes just like a dish I had in a local Indian restaurant. We love it!

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Lori Fields December 23, 2006

different and just the right sweet.

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salam lena August 03, 2006
Gajar Ka Halwa (Carrot Pudding)