Tuesday, January 29, 2013

NO BAKE CAKE..........A TWIST IN CARROT HALWA




gajjar halwa is one of the best dessert in winter for Indians. All over the country it is made in different way but the interest, feel of having Gajjar Halwa is same every where, Indians love it like anything. Every place have its different recipes.but in winter it is special menu in get  togethers ,parties .picnic.but here i make some thing different using carrot halwa. .i had saw cake with rasgulla on masterchief -1 i decided to make it with gajjar halwa.The   idea came to my mind to twist it to make innovative recipe. This is my first trial but comes out super.this is no bake cake with the combination of three things.
1-carrot halwa  
2-pumkin halwa
3mini gulab jamun









CARROT HALWA-

prep time--15 minutes
cooking time=--30 minutes
ingredients
red carrots- ikg
sugar-150 gm
khoya-200gm+20 gm for decoration
ghee-1tbsp
dry  fruits-cashew nut ,almond,raisins-1/2 cup
green caradom powder 1/4 tsp
Method:
Peel carrot and grate it. Heat ghee in a pan add carrot and cover it. Stir in between.When carrot is tender and water is evaported, add sugar. After adding, it will leave water and will require to be dried on maximum heat for about 5 to 10 minutes.When dried, add khoya ghee and dry fruits cook for 5 more  minutes. it is more dry than normal halwa.




Pumpkin Halwa

prep time 10 minutes
cooking time-15 minutes
pumpkin--250 gm grated
sugar -3tsp
khoya-50gm
ghee-1tsp




Method

heat the grated pumpkin and dry its water. it will take 5-7 minutes 
Add sugar and cook till water dry.
Add khoya and fry for 2-3 minutes
Buy mini gulabjamun from market.here i used kalajam which i make at home recipe is here
Decoration 
for top of the cake fry kohya for 3-4 minutes. when cool add powder sugar to it.,




Now assemble the cake.

Take half of the gajjar halwa on the dish make the round shape or any shape u like
Now spread the pumpkin halwa on it.
Cut gulbjamun into 2 pieces
Arrange them on the pumpkin halwa layer.





now put another half of carrot halwa on top . with hands make it round .

Decorate with khoya sugar mixture.
Garnish with any dry fruit




Set it in the fridge for 30 miutes,

Seve hot........Heat in microwave after cutting into pieces.




sending to cutchi kitchen











17 comments:

  1. Wow that is really creavite... Love d color... Yummy n perfect like cake..well done!

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  3. very innovative and rich recipe.. looks so yummm and tempting

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  4. Looks delicious n awesome. Lovely clicks.

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  5. Wow ! Very interesting and innovative Twist... :)
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  6. Will love to have a bite.... So tempting.......

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  7. wow love to finish the entire lot made.. gorgeous n such an innvovative prep..

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  8. ahaha what an idea sir ji
    i mean madam ji

    kya baat hai i love ur innovation this one has got to be the best use of dishes

    just one question
    this orange pumpkin or i call it halloween pumpkin i never eat
    can i use bottle gourd dudhi ka halwa in this
    coz it wud make a nice change here hehe

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    1. Meena u can use bottle gourd halwa but i think the taste of pompkin is better andthis can be set properly but ur idea is also nice but combination do not match.as taste wise

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    2. haa well i hv to try some option then as i find this really innovative

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  9. wat an idea madam ji:)super super looks so yummy:)

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  10. Halwa, nice lip smacking stuff. My favorite one.

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  11. nice twist with all the sweet in one dish or say one scoop.

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  12. Very interesting and delicious recipe...would like to try this, thanks for sharing!

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  13. Wow what an awesome idea :) Kudos to you for making such a fusion..Every delight is here :) Superb innovation dear!!!

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  14. Very innovative recipe, brilliant idea! It looks tempting, delicious!

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