Let’s prepare an amazing treat for the festive season.This is an absolute show stopper at parties, so yummy, so rich. If you want to get the color like the sweet shops, make sure to add some yellow or orange food colouring towards the end of cooking. This badam halwa in general is served in butter paper, you can refrigerate this and keep for a week, but trust me it won’t last that long, its that tasty but fattening, so do share it with others.




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Recipe Card For Badam Cashew Halwa
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 
Let's prepare an amazing treat for the festive season.This is an absolute show stopper at parties, so yummy, so rich. If you want to get the color like the sweet shops, make sure to add some yellow or orange food colouring towards the end of cooking
Course: Sweet
Cuisine: Indian
Author: TryCurry
Ingredients
  • 1 cup badam/almonds
  • 1 cup cashew
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp kesar in 1 tbsp warm milk
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2-3 tbsp ghee
Instructions
  1. Boil and peel the almonds.
  2. Grind the almonds and cashews together to a coarse powder.
  3. Now add 1 cup milk to the mixture and grind again to a smooth paste.
  4. Add the paste to a pan(do not turn on the heat yet), add sugar and mix it well.
  5. Now turn on the pan to medium heat and keep mixing the paste and sugar mix.
  6. Keep mixing for 5-7 minutes till the mixture becomes a little thick.
  7. Now add the kesar with 1 tbsp milk and keep mixing for another 2 minutes
  8. Now add the ghee and keep mixing until the mixture becomes one and easily scrapes off the pan, it will take aprroximately another 5-7 minutes.
  9. Your badam cashew halwa is ready.




Step By Step Photo Instructions

  • Boil and peel the almonds.

 

  • Grind the almonds and cashews together to a coarse powder.

 

  • Now add 1 cup milk to the mixture and grind again to a smooth paste.

 

  • Add the paste to a pan(do not turn on the heat yet), add sugar and mix it well.

 

  • Now turn on the pan to medium heat and keep mixing the paste and sugar mix.

 

  • Keep mixing for 5-7 minutes till the mixture becomes a little thick.

 

  • Now add the kesar with 1 tbsp milk and keep mixing for another 2 minutes

 

  • Now add the ghee and keep mixing until the mixture becomes one and easily scrapes off the pan, it will take aprroximately another 5-7 minutes.

 

  • Your badam cashew halwa is ready.





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