Kuttu Ka Halwa is yet another Vrat special dishes made during Navratri. This is a brown coloured flour and is a sticky halwa.
Kuttu Ka Atta is Buckwheat Flour, while this is not related to wheat family, it is a whole grain and very healthy. This is popularly used in different dishes during the fasting season in north. I bought the flours for some other theme and I had some leftover.
I have been waiting for the right time for these recipes and this theme BM#104 on Sweets and Snacks seem to be the apt time. This again like the Singahere Halwa, turned out brownish and quite sticky.
Infact I kept adding milk and everything got absorbed. Since it had the right amount of sugar and ghee, it surely ends up being a good sweet to enjoy.
For the Halwa Series in this space as part of the BM#104, Sweets and Snacks I have Vrat special halwa made with Buckwheat flour. Check out what traditional sweet I have on Spice your Life!
Week 1 – Sweets (Indian Halwas)
Day 1 is Carrot Coconut Milk Halwa
Day 2 is Singhara Ka Atta Halwa
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Kuttu Ka Atta Halwa | How to make Buckwheat Halwa
1cup Buckwheat flour / Kuttu Atta
A Pinch Cardamom Powder
1 cup Sugar
1/ 2 cup Water
1/2 cup Ghee
4 cups Milk
How to make Kuttu Ka Halwa
In a pan melt the sugar with water and keep it aside.
Heat a nonstick pan with ghee and roast the flour stirring all the time to ensure its well roasted.
Add the melted sugar and combine well.
Next add the milk and cardamom and bring to a boil.
Cook on low flame until the milk is all absorbed
Add ghee in intervals and cook for 10 mins.
Garnish with nuts and serve.
- 1cup Buckwheat Flour / Kuttu Atta
- A Pinch Cardamom Powder
- 1cup Sugar
- 1/ 2cup Water
- 1/2cup Ghee
- 4cups Milk
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