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Walnut Halwa Recipe

Walnut ka halwa is a regal dessert fit for kings. A super delicious, melt in the mouth kind of desert, it has a soft, fudge-like texture. One of the all-time favourite recipes, though not too complicated this one takes love and time to make.

Nutritional info

  • 6.5 mcg
    Vitamin A
  • 13.0 gm
    Carbohydrate
  • 15.5 gm
    Total Fat
  • 0.5 mg
    Iron
  • 0.4 mg
    Vitamin C
  • 204.8 kcal
    Energy
  • 3.1 gm
    Protein
  • 0.1 mcg
    Vitamin B12
  • 91.2 mg
    Calcium
40 Ml(40.0 ml) Water
4 Chopped Tbsp(19.0 gm) Walnut
1 Tbsp(15.0 gm) Ghee
5 Strand(0.5 gm) Kesar
1.5 Tbsp(19.0 gm) Sugar
1 Tbsp(10.0 gm) Khoa
1/2 Cup(102.0 ml) Nestlé A+ Milk
  • Heat a thick bottomed pan on a low flame.

  • Put 1 tbsp ghee along with walnut powder.

  • Roast them well till you get an aroma.

  • Add 1/2 cup Nestlé A+ Milk, stirring it well and let it boil.

  • Add 1 tbsp Khoa and 1.5 tbsp sugar.

  • Stir properly using a spatula so that the sugar is mixed evenly with the walnut powder and let it simmer.

  • After 23 mins when the mixture is reduced to half, add the soaked saffron solution.

  • The mixture will thicken and start to come together.

  • The Halwa will thicken and begin to leave the sides of the pan.

  • You should even be able to see holes in the halwa when you move it around.

  • Stir and cook the halwa till it starts lumping around itself and starts to leave the sides of the pan.

  • Serve warm.