When we discuss halwa in the Indian society, moong dal ka halwa is something that’s on everyone’s tongue. The reason is that the taste is extraordinary and flavorsome. We can prepare moong dal ka halwa on every special juncture and festivals as per our wish. Republic day is around the corner, and if you’re planning for quality time with the family – make it.
Moong dal ka halwa doesn’t require fancy equipment or extreme ingredients to make. All you need – moong dal (split green gram), ghee, cardamoms, sugar, and milk, that’s it.
The halwa is rich in protein and fulfills our nutritional needs with one serving.
Here, in this recipe, The Sauté Lover has used milk to prepare moong dal ka halwa, but if you want your halwa grainier, use khoya instead. Khoya will enhance the taste as well as the texture. The credit of this dessert goes to Rajasthan, where it was originated and consumed during winter season mostly as it keeps the body warm.
One thing you have to keep in mind before making halwa is that it’s a time – consuming recipe and requires patience of the highest order. You have to stir the moong dal constantly and this stirring makes halwa fragrant and ultimately delicious.
After preparing, garnish it with crushed almonds and saffron strands to make it flavourful and aromatic.
Let’s know more about it: –
|Preparation Time||Cook Time||Servings||Course|
|10 minutes||35 minutes||4||Indian (Dessert)|
Nutrition in Moong Dal Ka Halwa: –
1 serving (Katori) of this halwa contains –
| Calories – 212 Kcal | Protein – 3.9 grams | Fiber – 1 gram | Fat – 9.1 grams | Carbohydrates – 27.7 grams | Sodium – 6.8 mg | Potassium – 161.8 mg | Calcium – 47.1 mg |
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