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Chocolate Halwa



Chocolate Halwa is a very yummy winter treat. As winter sets in so is also the time that a year comes to an end. To end the year on sweet note is a lovely experience. With lots of cakes and bakes I think this chocolate halwa will take your heart away as it is loaded with all yummy ingredients and of course favorite of all chocolate. Though it is loaded with calories but little such sweet sin now and then do no harm if you maintain a healthy lifestyle year through and do your physical exercise properly. I am sure you will love this chocolate halwa. It’s not pale smooth but nuts and sesame add special crunch to this chocolate halwa. Enjoy.


Preparation time : 10 minutes
Cooking time 15 minutes
Serves :  5 to 6 

Ingredients:  
½ cup sooji/ semolina 
½  cup besan/ Bengal gram flour 
3 tbsp white sesame seed
¼  cup dry fruits butter  tossed 
1tbsp butter 
3 to 4 tbsp chocolate spread or ½ cup chocolate sauce 
1 ½  cup well boiled double toned milk 
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
¼  cup fresh cream 
1/2  cup sugar  or to taste
a pinch of salt


Methods Of Cooking:
Heat a pan. Add semolina , besan and sesame . Fry till they are light brown but make sure to keep the flame low so that you don’t get the ingredients burnt. Add butter , sugar and pinch of salt. Mix well and fry. Now add milk. Let the mixture come to boil. Continuously stir the mixture. Then add sweetened condensed milk and chocolate spread or sauce whatever you are using. Stir continuously still you get your desired halwa consistency at least for 6 to 8 minutes. Then add butter tossed dry fruits and fresh cream. Mix well. Put off the flame and let the mixture cool down and then serve in room temperature. Garnish with rose petals and dry fruits . Yummy Chocolate halwa is ready to be served and relished .




Happy Cooking!

Comments

  1. Never made hakva with besan. I will surely give it a try.

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