Peanut Halwa---Reposted

Woooow Peanut Halwa...All those who love Peanuts will love the taste of this Halwa,as it is all made with Peanuts, sugar n milk... It was my Grand ma's recipe who taught me to learn cooking when I was a 10 year Old Gal...She usually prepares this during festival time when all her grandchildren are at home..This was my favourite sweet..As Diwali is Festival of Sweets I tried it for the 1st time on Diwali...It came out good..My Hubby never had it before..he really njoyed the taste...
Here is The Recipe... Ingridents:
1.Peanuts:1.5 cups
2.Sugar:1 cup(varies according to ur taste)
3.Milk:1/2 cup
4.Ghee:3 spn(as I dont like ghee I used little..if u wana add more..u can add)
1.In a pan add little ghee and fry the peanuts in a low flame till the raw flavor goes and you get a nice aroma.
2.Let it cool down and remove the skin.
3.Blend the peanuts into fine paste by adding water to it.
4.Now put the pan and add the remaining ghee,pour the blended peanut paste,sugar and milk,mix and cook it well in low flame.
5.Cook the mixture till it leaves ghee and the mixture is cooked well and turns into smooth dough.
6.Let the peanut mixture cool down..grease a plate with ghee,spread the mixture evenly and cut
into desired shape.
7.You can even have it with out making into shapes or making them into small rounds.
8.Decorated it with small piece of cashew.
As I made it for Diwali and want to make it more colorful I used little food color.Adding food color is Optional..
Try this and let me know how did u like them.This is my Rangoli Entry for a Online Contest In a Community Mrs.Telugu Inti Aadapaduchulu.I got Consolation Prize... Wanted to share this tasty halwa with SriValli for the event of Mithai Mela in her foodie blog Cooking 4 all seasons.Hope u all like this try this n share ur experiences....Waiting to here from u all..


srikars kitchen said...

wow.. looks really yummy & great click kavya..

Subhie Arun said...

peanut to me...but my better half love peanuts...surely will give a try..will keep following ur site

Divya Vikram said...

You seem to be blogging all the time! So many beautiful recipes! Lovely sweet!

KavyaNaimish said...

Thank U All...
Getting bored these day wid no work and have lots of recipes to be blogged so spendind sometime in a day to post the recipes....

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

mmm, the halwa looks great!!! We make ladoos with peanuts just wanted to make later this week... nice flower like peanut halwas!!!

Ammu said...

Sounds new to me. Sure to try.

Parita said...

This is new to me..sounds delicious :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

yummy and healthy!