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Bombay Ice Halwa

Bombay Ice Halwa

Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 120

Cook Time : 30

Total Time : 150

Ingredients

Serves 6

  • milk 1.5 cups

  • sugar 1 cups

  • chopped nuts 2 tbsp

  • corn flour 1/4 cups

  • ghee 1/4 cups

  • any food colouring 1-2 drop

  • cardamom powder 1/4 tsp

Directions

  • 01

    in a pan add sugar corn flour and 1/4 Cup ghee

  • 02

    add milk and mix well

  • 03

    cook over low medium heat until mixture starts thickening and gets paste like consistency

  • 04

    add cardamom powder and mix well

  • 05

    add 2 teaspoon ghee and mix well

  • 06

    divide the mixture into parts, you can make halwa with no food colouring or different food colours as desired

  • 07

    in the first Pan add no colour cook until the mixture is glossy and completely leaves the sides of the pan

  • 08

    in second pan, add the desired food colouring and mix well

  • 09

    Cook until mixture leaves the sides of the pan completely

  • 10

    Pour the mixture over the greased butter paper

  • 11

    both the mixture should be on a different Greased butter paper

  • 12

    place another Greased butter paper on top of both halwa. Tap with hands

  • 13

    Peel off the butter paper

  • 14

    Add nuts on top of halwa

  • 15

    Place the same greased butter paper again on top and press gently so that nuts are embedded in halwa

  • 16

    Peel off the butter paper and allow to set for 2-3 hours

  • 17

    Repeat the same process with second Halwa and allow to set for 2-3 hours

  • 18

    Trim edges of the halwa. Cut into squares with the paper

  • 19

    Refrigerate upto 1 week. Serve as desired

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