Atta Halwa | Wheat Halwa Recipe

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Atta halwa is a popular halwa made with wheat flour (atta). This is a popular sweet in North India.

This halwa is so delicious that people use to make it any day or at festivals, celebrations etc.

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About Atta Halwa

This atta halwa is made with wheat flour. Then atta is roasted in the desi ghee and when it is roasted then sugar and water are added to it.

This atta halwa is soft and moist in texture. I use to make dry fruits in this halwa.

In this recipe, I have added only raisins in it. But I used to add almonds, cashew etc to it.

Sometimes I add the grated dry coconut to it. This provides a different text and taste to it.

You can serve this atta halwa in the sweet after the meal.

I request you to read my other sweet recipes

Moong Dal Halwa
Rice Kheer Recipe
Rabri Recipe
Rasmalai
Ghiya ki kheer

Atta Halwa Recipe

Atta Halwa | Wheat Halwa

Course Sweet Dish
Cuisine Indian, North Indian
Keyword atta halwa recipe, wheat halwa recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4 Bowl

Ingredients

  • 1 bowl wheat flour
  • 1 bowl desi ghee
  • 1 bowl sugar
  • raisins
  • 1 glass water

Instructions

  • turn on the gas and heat the kadai.
  • Put all the ghee in it and melt it.
  • Add 1 bowl of wheat flour to it.
  • Mix it with the spoon and continuously stir it.
  • Stir it and remove all the lumps of it.
  • You need to continuously stir it for making halwa
  • You will see that the colour of the halwa is changing.
  • Once it is roasted then add the 1 bowl of sugar to it.
  • Mix the sugar and add a little bit of water and stir it.
  • Stir it and add water in between.
  • Now the halwa is thickened and its colour changes to dark brown.
  • You will see that that halwa is not sticking to the kadai. It means it is ready.
  • Add raisins to it and mix it well.
  • Atta halwa is ready to serve.
  • Garnish it with raisins and chopped almonds.

Notes

Add a little bit more desi ghee to increase the flavour of it.

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