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Asoka halwa recipe

Moong dal - 1 cup
wheat flour - 1 cup,
Sugar - 11/2 cup
Kesari powder - 1/4 tsp
Cardomoms - 6
Cashewnuts - 10
Chopped almonds - 2 tsp
Ghee - 1 cup
Add 1/2 cup water to 1 cup moong dal and cook in pressure cooker until it becomes soft.

To 1 cup wheat flour, add 1/2 cup waterand make into a thick liquid.

Heat this liquid in a fry pan and stir for a while.

Mash the cooked moong dal and add it to the boiling liquid.

When everything is mixed and well cooked, add sugar and stir well.

Add 1/2 cup of ghee and keep stirring.

When it is almost over add cardomoms.

Roast cashews in 1 tsp ghee and add it to the mix.

Add the remaining ghee and stir.

It should become a non sticky paste but not too hard.

At this stage remove the pan from the stove.

Pour this mix on a large plate greaseed with ghee.

Spred the cashew and cheery bits on the top surface of the halwa.

Then cut this into diamonds by drawing parallellines with a knife.



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