Aate ka halwa | Bohra Atta | Flour ka Halwa Recipe
Aate ka halwa is is very special and sweet dish that you can serve on special days. Its also known as the bohra aatta, a single sweet recipe has different names but all has same trick to cook and taste.
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Zeenat Iqbal hakimjee is sharing a sweet dish recipe with us today which is easy to mange.
The name of that dish is Bohra Atta / Aate ka halwa. Before making this delicious sweet dish lets see the background of this dish.
Aate ka Halwa Easy Recipe:
Aate ka halwa is a famous sweet dish which will be a hit with most. Halwa is something that is served on special occasions and festivities. It is also good for occasions like Eid, Ramadan and Shab-e-Barat. So, put this recipe on the list of ‘things to try next’ in the kitchen and give this a shot when you can. I have listed the steps involved in the process to help you walk through it. Take a look at them and get started! You would love it for sure!
Ingredients Of Aate ka Halwa:
|Sugar crystal or ground||3/4 to 1 cup according to taste|
|Ghee or butter||3/4 tablespoon full|
|Almond/bad am||100 gm|
|Ilaichi about||1 teaspoon full|
Fry the 2cups atta in ghee or butter 3/4 tablespoon full. If you want it to be wet use more ghee/butter.
Fry on low flame it emits a smell which will tell you it’s done.
Then crush the almonds and pistachio. Don’t make it into powder.
Crush the ilaichi.
Let your atta cool before you add the sugar either ground or crystal, almonds, pistachio ground and popped Gond and ground ilaichi.
Relish it in winter.