gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk | carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid

3

gajar ka halwa with milkmaid | carrot halwa recipe with condensed milk with detailed photo and video recipe. this is a easy, quick and simple recipe of gajar halwa recipe prepared with no added sugar. it is typically prepared during festivals season like diwali, navaratri as dessert recipe.
carrot halwa recipe with milkmaidgajar ka halwa with milkmaid | carrot halwa recipe with condensed milk with step by step photo and video recipe. basically a cheat or instant version of carrot halwa prepared and cooked with condensed milk or sweetened evaporated milk. traditionally, grated carrots are boiled and cooked in milk till it turns to be thick. however, in this recipe, grated carrots are cooked in milkmaid which is already thick to fasten the complete process.

perhaps carrot halwa recipe is my first dessert recipe after i started to cook for my own. i still remember, i had prepared this recipe for my brother for raksha bandhan. while, my brother did not like it, but i loved, perhaps because i had prepared it. gajar ka halwa is very special for my brother and he likes the traditional way of carrot halwa. but i had chosen the milkmaid option as it was easy and quick. in other words, you would be reducing almost 30 to 40 minutes in boiling the milk and reducing it to half.

gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk

besides, some important tips and variations for perfect gajar ka halwa recipe. firstly, i have not added extra sugar in this recipe. however if you desire for some more sweetness you are more than welcome to add as per your preference. secondly, if you are in hurry, then you can even pressure cook the grated carrot and condensed milk for a whistle. after one whistle, open the lid and cook on high flame stirring continuously until all the milk evaporates. lastly, carrot halwa is open ended for adding dry fruits. you can add any available dry fruits to this recipe.

lastly, do not forget to visit my other sweets recipes collection from my website. particularly, rasgulla, gulab jamun, kaju katli, rasmalai, bombay halwa, kaju pista roll and mysore pak recipe. in addition do visit my other recipes collection board like,

gajar ka halwa video recipe with condensed milk

recipe card for gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk:

5.0 from 1 reviews
gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk | carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
easy gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk | carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
Author:
Recipe type: sweet
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 3 Servings
Ingredients
  • 5 large carrot / gajar
  • 1 tbsp ghee / clarified butter
  • ½ cup full cream milk
  • ¼ cup sweetened condensed milk / nestle milkmaid
  • 4 cardamom / elachi, powdered
  • 5 cashews / kaju, chopped
  • 5 almonds / badam, chopped
  • 1 tsp pistachios, finely chopped
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, peel the skin of carrot. carrot halwa taste great when prepared with red carrot. however, we don't get red carrot, so used normal carrots.
  2. later, grate the carrot into long threads as possible and transfer to kadai.
  3. further, add a tbsp of ghee and saute for 3 minutes. this helps carrots to cook fast and also retain their shape even after cooking.
  4. also add half cup of milk and mix well. note, we are adding milk just to cook carrots.
  5. get to boil and keep stirring occasionally. making sure carrots are uniformly cooked and doesn't get burnt from the bottom.
  6. simmer for 5 minutes or till the milk is evaporated completely.
  7. once the milk evaporates, the carrots will be almost cooked.
  8. furthermore, add condensed milk / milkmaid and mix well. note, we are not adding any extra sugar, as the condensed milk do contain sweetness.
  9. get to boil and keep stirring occasionally. making sure carrots are completely cooked and doesn't get burnt from the bottom.
  10. keep mixing and mashing till the milk evaporates completely.
  11. also add cardamom powder, cashews and almonds.
  12. give a good mix.
  13. finally, serve carrot halwa prepared from condensed milk garnished with chopped pistachios.


how to make carrot halwa with condensed milk:

  1. firstly, peel the skin of carrot. carrot halwa taste great when prepared with red carrot. however, we don’t get red carrot, so used normal carrots.
    gajar ka halwa
  2. later, grate the carrot into long threads as possible and transfer to kadai.gajar ka halwa
  3. further, add a tbsp of ghee and saute for 3 minutes. this helps carrots to cook fast and also retain their shape even after cooking.gajar ka halwa
  4. also add half cup of milk and mix well. note, we are adding milk just to cook carrots.
    gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk
  5. get to boil and keep stirring occasionally. making sure carrots are uniformly cooked and doesn’t get burnt from the bottom.
    gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk
  6. simmer for 5 minutes or till the milk is evaporated completely.
    gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk
  7. once the milk evaporates, the carrots will be almost cooked.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  8. furthermore, add condensed milk / milkmaid and mix well. note, we are not adding any extra sugar, as the condensed milk do contain sweetness.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  9. get to boil and keep stirring occasionally. making sure carrots are completely cooked and doesn’t get burnt from the bottom.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  10. keep mixing and mashing till the milk evaporates completely.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  11. also add cardamom powder, cashews and almonds.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  12. give a good mix.
    carrot halwa recipe with milkmaid
  13. finally, serve carrot halwa prepared from condensed milk garnished with chopped pistachios.
    gajar ka halwa recipe with condensed milk


notes:

  • firstly, use fresh carrots to prepare gajar ka halwa. as they are more juicy and sweet.
  • furthermore, add more condensed milk if you are looking for sweeter taste.
  • also add mawa /khova / khoya to make carrot halwa more rich and tasty.
  • finally, serve hot gajar ka halwa / carrot halwa with cold vanilla ice cream.

RELATED ARTICLES


SUBSCRIBE TO OUR RECIPES

Get the latest recipes right in your inbox!!

SHARE
Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Superb! i tried this and it came out perfectilicious!!!! the amendments we did was doubling the milkmaid… Awesome Keep it up dear!!!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Rate this recipe: