February 20, 2013

BEET ROOT HALWA/DULCE DE REMOLACHA CON LECHE CONDENSADA/USING CONDENSED MILK/Mahas OWN RECIPES


BEET ROOT.. one of the attractive root vegetable with dark red colour.... I  often make beetroot curry to serve  with rotis.Few beetroots are lied down poorly in fridge and Iam not in mood to cook any curry.And I have condensed milk too.So, tried this delicious kheer on  my own...It` very easy to make and tastes heavenly.Try this and enjoy!!

SOME HEALTH BENEFITS OF BEET ROOT

1.BEET ROOTS HELPS TO KEEP BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL STABLE.
2.BEET ROOTS CONTAINS FOLIC ACID WHICH IS ESSENTIAL FOR NORMAL TISSUE GROWTH.
3.BEET ROOTS REDUCES THE BLOOD PRESSURE AND THE RISK OF HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES.
4.BEET ROOTS ARE POWERFUL ANTIOXIDENT PROPERTIES.
5.BEETROOTS CONTAINS CARBOHYDRATES,PROTIENS AND SOLUBLE FIBRE.



CATEGORY-BEETROOT/HALWA RECIPES/SWEETS
PREPARATION TIME-10 MINUTES
COOKING TIME-25 MINUTES
SERVES-2-3



WHAT YOU NEED

beet root puree-3/4 cup
descicated coconut powder-1/4 cup
milk-3cups
condensed milk-1cup
cardamom powder-1/2tsp
cashews-4
raisins-8
badams/almonds-5




COOK LIKE THIS

Heat ghee and fry dry fruits and remove......

In the same pan add beet puree and mix for 2-3  minutes....Then add 1 cup milk and cook in low flame for 5 minutes..

Add coconut powder and mix...

 Now add condensed milk and remaining milk and cook for 5-8  more minutes.should be done in low flame.....

This time  you may be observe that the mixture starts leaving the pan from sides..If so,then halwa is ready..

This time add in crushed cardamom powder and dry fruits.mix once and off the flame..

Serve warm or chill....

TASTES BEST AFTER THE REFRIGERATING.....




MAHAS NOTES

The measurement of the milk was given approx.So,please make sure while adding.......

If halwa is too dry then add 1 more cup of milk...

If you are sweet tooth add 1/2cup more Condensed milk....

Coconut is optional.can skip it.and use 1cup beet root.......

Finally serve chill...


BEET FOR HEART BEAT.....


WANT A SPOON??!!!!!

36 comments:

  1. beautiful colour dessert looks wonderful

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  2. ohh...got the recipe here! this is really interesting, diff from the usual grated halwa...sounds rich n delicious...lovely clicks!

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  3. Looks delicious and nice vibrant color

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  4. looks really lovely... i've never loved beets, i guess i should try this..

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  5. finger licking dish.. Love the color...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  6. Healthy, nutritious and innovative recipe.

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  7. Yummy and lovely colored halwa...quite different too..

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  8. Wow....looks so yummy....I love halwas..:-)

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  9. for those who don't like the beetroot poriyal this is great....

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  10. looks so colorful dear... must be awesome in taste...:)

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  11. Very interesting recipe...looks delicious

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  12. lovely color.....healthy dessert....

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  13. My attempts in making halwa has always flopped. But now that I have this unique beetroot halwa with the steps of making it, I am all motivated to try again. Lovely and its so nice.

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  14. lovely colorful delicious healthy dessert....pass on the whole bowl...I am drooling...

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  15. looks like you have started playing with your new camera :)

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  16. Beautiful pink color, delicious halwa..

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  17. the title of the halwa was quite a tongue twister :-) I love beetroot in any form, sweet or savoury, such a versatile veggie :-)

    Lovely post!

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/

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  18. Halwa looks super smooth, much more better and beautiful than the grated ones,loved your serving bowl.

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  19. Beautiful clicks....very attractive and yummy

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  20. Wow! Look at the colour! Looks every bit yummy :)

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  21. what a tempting dessert. I luv the presentation too.

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  22. Halwas colour is sooo tempting,love the halwa.

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  23. I loved the second click, nice recipe.

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  24. healthy and yummy....lovely colour too..

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