Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe // How To Make Gajar Ka Halwa At Home

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Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe

Ingredients ⬇️

Carrots 1 and 1/2 kg
Full cream milk 1 liter
Condensed milk 400gram tin pack
Dryfruits roughly chopped
Ghee 2tsp

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Bhaiya yeh toh sardiyon ka behtareen tohfa hai. Aur isse badiya cheez kuch hai nahi is dunia mein. I like the fact that you did not use Khoya at all but I like to add it separately instead of milk.

Behtareen, taaza tareen mazedaar tohfa bahut hi zaada tasty. I do not like Khoya, moreover the milk turns itself into it after a while so need to add separately. But if you are using Khoya then you can choose not to add milk. It's personal preference.

Perfect, I will keep this in my mind. Now that the season is gone, will try this recipe next winter.

Such a unique combination of flavors. I love halwa so much!!!! Halwaaaaaaaaaa.

Hahahahha, I love it too. Have you ever had it in winters during a marriage ceremony? It's so fun and those memories are refreshing.

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