Bread halwa

Ingredients

3-4 slices of bread
4 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp ghee
1 cup boiled milk
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
Few roasted nuts

Roast the bread slices in 1 tbsp ghee till golden brown. Cut into small pieces..It is optional to remove the corners. Heat the milk and add the bread pieces to it. Keep stirring till the bread absorbs the milk and becomes soft. Add sugar, cardamom powder and mix well till sugar melts. Add ghee and stir for a minute.

Garnish with roasted nuts and raisins.

The halwa would be the best if sweet bread is used. Other variations would be adding some fruits or some cocoa powder and choco chips.
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12 comments:

Happy cook said...

You make so much variety of halwa, how i wish i lived next to you.
As i love halwa.
Hubby and daughter don't like halwa , so i am afraid to make them here as i migh eat the whole lot.

Asha said...

Looks great, kids would love to dig in! :)

Priya said...

Bread halwa looks delicious!

sowmya said...

looks delicious..

Valarmathi said...

I love this. Looks delicious.

a2zvegetariancuisine said...

Good & easy recipe, one of those instant halwas for unexpected guests.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Simple and a delicious dish here... Kids should love this...

myscrawls said...

Simple and yummy one EC. I usually make bread gulab jamun... will try this next time.

Ammu said...

Bread halwa looks awesome. I prefer baking this. Urs is perfect.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Good one! Looks perfect...

Kitchen Flavours said...

You made this also so simple....Yum...

Onno said...

This dish looks so beautiful with the colours. I love bread halwa. This halwa is so pretty! It was a little more dense then I thought it would be, but it was still so yummy. Dude This recipe is bomb and all my friends love. My mouth is watering—amazing photo! Awesome! So going to try this. thanks for the wonderful entry.

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