Potato halwa


4 Boiled and mashed potatoes
100 grams Sugar
4 tbsp ghee
1 tsp cardamom powder
Few roasted nuts and raisins
Pinch of any food colour

Heat ghee and add the potatoes. Fry them for 2-3 minutes till the ghee starts seperating. Add sugar, cardamom powder, food colour and mix well till it gets thick and forms into a big lump. Transfer to serving bowl and garnish with nuts.

# Optional: You can even add some milk along with the sugar and cook to get a thinner consistency

Sending over this halwa to Nithya for the FIC:Express your mood event, a series started by Sunshinemom.

Reposting the following entries for events

Special ghee roast dosa for Padma's Dosa corner event

Peanut masala bhath for Pavani's JFI:Peanuts event started by Indira

Black eyed pea cutlet for Sunshinemom's MLLA-13, an event started by Susan

Crispy paneer stuffing dosa goes to Solkadi for the Dosa feast

Katrikaai(Brinjal) kootu is for Sanghi's FIL:Brinjal event

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Parita said...

Potato halwa looks so inviting, never made any sweet using potato! perfect entries for all!

Sunshinemom said...

Thanks for the two lovely entries and the other delicious treats, EC!

Padma said...

Potato halwa looks so tempting ... lovely entries appropriate for so many events and also thanks for sending the ghee roast to my dosa corner event :)

Shri said...

Looks very good...

Unknown said...

Potato halwa looks great. New to me.

Pavani said...

All the dishes look delicious EC. Thank you for reposting the peanut masala rice for JFI.

Shanthi Krishnakumar said...

Oh! Looks great and lovely texture.

Lena Jayadev said...

this looks like mango halwa..cant believe its potato halwa...really great... :)

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