Beetroot Halwa


2 big beetroots (grated)
5 tbsp sugar
Some roasted nuts
2 tbsp ghee
1/2 tsp cardamom powder

Heat the ghee and add grated beetroot to it. Keep stirring until the beetroot gets cooked by itself without adding any water.

When beet gets cooked in about 10 to 15 minutes time, add the roasted nuts,cardamom powder and sugar. Mix well till the sugar melts and you get the halwa kind of consistency.

Tasty beetroot halwa ready to eat.

Sending this over to Zorra for her Swiss National Day event.

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Illatharasi said...

Beetroot halwa is one of my favourite;) I too do it same way :)

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

i dont like beetroots a lot, but the idea of using that to make a sweet sounds appealing!! :-) yummy entry, EC!

Madhavi said...

Halwa looks yummy EC, nice color too!!!

Uma said...

delicious and colorful halwa EC!

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

gr8 recipe... My MIL makes something similar too!!

Kalai said...

I made this too a while back. Yours looks yummy, EC!! Lovely. :)

Unknown said...

looks yummy..planning to make this froma long tim e,,,

EC said...

Thanks all of you for ur valuable views

zorra said...

Beet roots are also often eaten in Switzerland, but of course not this way. It looks delicious. I will try it soon!

Anonymous said...

Love beetroot and always looking for different ways to cook it. Shall give this a go. Thanks. Cheers

momsnetwork said...

your beetroot halwa reminds me of my mom's halwa!
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