Instant Moong Dal Halwa

I have this recipe bookmarked a long time back from Priya's space and it took so long for me to actually get around to make it at home. 

The only difference between Priya's pictures and mine were that mine turned out a darker shade as it looks like the moong dal flour I used is the Whole moong variety while the one Priya used seems like the dehusked moong dal flour.

Aside from the color of the halwa, it was so good and my little one couldn't have enough. My older one didn't like it too much but then I knew she wouldn't like it :). So the rest of us got to finish it off and were left licking our spoons, so to say.

I prepared this to offer as naivedyam and it suited me perfectly. This also fits the bill for day 2 week 4 of BM #34 under festival sweets.
Sending this to Srivalli's 'Kid's Delight - Festival Sweets' hosted by Sowmya as well.

Ingredients - 

Moong Dal flour 1/2 Cup
Milk 1 Cup
Sugar 5 Tbsp
Ghee 2 tbsp
Chopped Nuts for garnishing



Instant Moong Dal Halwa

Method Of Preparation -

In a non stick pan, add a tablespoon of ghee and roast the moong dal flour until it turns a shade of golden brown. Make sure the flour doesn't get burnt.

After the flour changes color and gives out a pleasant aroma, gradually add milk and whisk it so there are no lumps.

Keep stirring the mixture for about 8-10 min until the mixture looks somewhat dry.

Add some more ghee and sugar stirring it all the while.

After the halwa comes together as a single mass remove from fire, garnish with nuts and serve it warm.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 34.

Preparation Time 25 min
Makes 1 cup
Posted by Harini R on Monday, November 25, 2013

15 comments

  1. Delicious and lovely looking moong dal halwa.
    Deepa

     
  2. Lovely halwa

     
  3. Looks good and that too instant wow

     
  4. Srivalli Says:
  5. Moong dal and instant sounds too good..the regular halwa takes so much time..very healthy too..

     
  6. Sapana Behl Says:
  7. Instant halwa looks inviting ! Wonderful.....

     
  8. Usha Rao Says:
  9. Instant halwa looks good..

     
  10. wow - halwa came together so well in such a short time

     
  11. That surely is a great way to make halwa...never used flour for the halwa..must try.

     
  12. yummy ,healthy halwa !

     
  13. Kalyani Says:
  14. Whole moong flour for halwa is unusual... And the halwa looks totally delish...

     
  15. Love this instant halwa...bookmarking it for the next bm:-)

     
  16. Love this instant halwa. Bookmarking this for the next bm:)

     
  17. Instant moong halwa sounds delicious and inviting....

     
  18. Thanks for trying it from my space harini!!! Happy that you all liked it too..love that dark color on the halwa.

     
  19. Pavani N Says:
  20. Yummy looking halwa with moong dal.

     
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