Oats moong halwa


1/2 cup oats (dry roast)
1/4 cup greengram dal soaked in water for 1 hour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
2 tbsp ghee
Almond sliced or roasted cashews

Grind the soaked dal to a smooth paste with little water. Powder the roasted oats and keep aside. Heat the ghee in a non stick pan and add the dal paste and cook well till the raw smell of the dal vanishes. Add a little milk in between if required. Now add the roasted oats powder and milk. Cook for 2 minutes and add sugar and cook till everything gets mixed well and thick.

Garnish with sliced almonds or roasted cashews.


Priya said...

Omg, wat a fabulous looking halwa, do send to CWS-moong event going in my space EC..

Archana said...

This is new to me. By green gram do you mean green moong? Will love to try this out.

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Leena said...

Very interesting recipe..Have u added colour? why is it looking red?

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Good combo. lovely color..
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Aarthi said...

WOW..This looks awesome..Yummy

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divya said...

Very delicious and tempting halwa.. looks awesome :)

kranthi said...

looks so colourful and yummy

EC said...

Thanks everyone

@ Archana..green gram dal is moong dal not whole moong

@ Leena...yes, I added a bit of red colour..forgot to mention it in the post

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