Delicious Wheat Halwa recipe

Wheat halwa is one of the most popular and beloved sweet dishes in India. You can prepare and serve this yummy sweet Halwa as dessert, Prasad and even enjoy it when you feel like satisfying your sweet tooth. With the help of this Wheat Halwa recipe, you can easily prepare a soft, melt-in-the-mouth and aromatic Wheat Halwa at home. 

Like other types of Halwa such as Sooji Halwa and Besan Halwa, this delicious Wheat Halwa recipe is made by roasting the main ingredient in pure ghee. This helps the whole wheat flour acquire a wonderful aroma, taste and colour. For our Wheat Halwa recipe, we will be using AASHIRVAAD atta 5kg pack. This high quality whole wheat atta is easily available across the country, and helps make a delicious homemade Wheat Halwa. Click to find out AASHIRVAAD Atta 5kg price in your city. 

You can also add some texture to your homemade Wheat Halwa by adding your choice of crunchy roasted nuts and other dry fruits such as cashews, almonds, pistachios and raisins. This gorgeous sweet dish can be prepared within minutes, and does not require any complicated preparation. You can use regular everyday kitchen ingredients and serve up a delightful Halwa for your friends and family instantly! 

Delicious Wheat Halwa Recipe 

  • Type of dish: Dessert
  • Cuisine: North Indian

Delicious Wheat Halwa Recipe 

  • AASHIRVAAD Atta – 1 Cup
  • AASHIRVAAD Svasti Pure Cow Ghee – ½ Cup
  • Granulated Sugar – 1 Cup
  • Cashews, Almonds and Pistachios – 1 Tbsp each
  • Water – 2 Cups

How to make Delicious Wheat Halwa Recipe

  • Roast the whole wheat flour with pre-heated ghee. Use a large kadhai 
  • Keep roasting the whole wheat flour and ghee until it turns fragrant and golden, and begins to release the ghee. 
  • Take the sugar and water and prepare a thick sugar syrup. Once the syrup comes to boil, add it to the kadai with the roasted whole wheat flour. 
  • Stir slowly and carefully but vigorously until both are mixed well. Make sure no lumps are formed. You can add the cashews, almonds and pistachios to the Halwa at this stage. Roast the nuts in ghee beforehand for a better crunchiness and aroma. 
  • Keep stirring until the halwa obtains a thick consistency, and then take it off the flame. 
  • Allow it to cool for a few minutes before serving. 
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