Be it halwa, halva or halwa, no matter how you spell it, it is something that brings a lot of sweet celebratory memories. Isn’t it? Amongst all the halwas we absolutely love, is moong dal halwa. But can you make this halwa to perfection? Scroll down for some tips.
Our humble halwa needs no introduction. Whenever it is a celebratory occasion, halwa has to be there. Of course, sooji ka halwa gives us absolute homely vibes. Halwa is a sugary fudge pudding that is believed to have traveled to South Asia with the Mughals. Halwa is not just limited to sooji, but so many other things too. One can have gajar ka halwa, kaddu ka halwa, aloo ka halwa, aate ka halwa, moong dal ka halwa and what not! Indeed, there is a halwa for every occasion and every individual. Isn’t it?
Though there are so many halwas, there are some varieties quite close to our hearts. Suji ka halwa, gajar ka halwa and moong dal ka halwa tops the list. While the first two are comparatively easy to make, making moong dal halwa is no less than a tiring task. Not just it differs in taste but also in the number of efforts which are needed to put together this scrumptious halwa. But I must say, all the efforts are worth it.
Even after putting in so much of hard work, it happens when the halwa doesn’t turn out to be how you had expected. But don’t worry. We have some tips that can help. Have a look.
Believe me, these tips can change your moong dal halwa-making experience. Just in case you are wondering about the recipe, here you go!!