A speedy, extra fudgy Carrot Halwa

A speedy, extra fudgy Carrot Halwa

Carrot Halwa (Gajar ka Halwa) is a North Indian favourite dessert. It’s a soft, sweet fudgy treat served at special occasions.

Carrot Halwa is traditionally made using full fat milk, slow cooked until the milk evoporates and the carrots break cooked down and it becomes a rich, sweet dessert.

We have used both milk and condensed milk to speed up the cooking process. Dried milk powder is optional; it helps to absorb/dry out the carrot mixture and adds an extra fudgy texture and taste.

This dessert can be eaten hot, warm or chilled.

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