Winter Special: How To Make Badam Ka Halwa For Winter Delights (Video Recipe Inside)


Winter is here and it is also the time of winter indulgence. The pinch in the air makes us crave everything delicious, like never before. And to satisfy this desire, the season brings a range of delicacies. From gajar ka halwa to gur ki kheer – the options are many, leaving us spoiled for choice. Badam ka halwa is another delicious winter treat. Known for being the dessert of the rich, this dish has a history in the kitchens of the Mughals. They gave the halwa an exotic touch with the use of various rich ingredients like almonds, carrots, ghee and more. As the name suggests, badam ka halwa is made with healthy and tasty almonds. Here the marzipan is baked with tons of ghee and sugar to make this unique dessert. This not only adds a nutty flavor to our sweet cravings, but also helps us stay warm during the season. Plus, it’s a great addition to your dessert menu during winters.

Considering the popularity, we are bringing you a super easy badam ka halwa recipe that will hit you instantly. Looked.

Also read: Prepare a delicious Gajar Ka Halwa in 30 minutes with this quick recipe

How To Do Badam Ka Halwa | Badam Ka Halwa Recipe:

Step 1. Add the almonds to the boiling water. Blanch them for 5 minutes.

Step 2. Let cool and remove the skin. Make a paste.

Step 3. Pour the ghee into a saucepan, add the almond paste and cook.

Step 4. Add the sugar and cook until the color changes.

Step 5. Decorate with a few slivered almonds and serve. You can also add silve vark if you want.

Watch the detailed badam ka halwa recipe video in the header section.

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