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Chickpea Halwa Recipe | Easy and Delicious
Today at Takrecipe, we bring you a fantastic dessert by chickpeas, a fascinating sweet dish for entertaining and your special occasions. Halwa is a traditional sweet dish from Iran spread throughout the middle east and continent. The chickpea halwa is an Indian dessert, and, just like any other halwa, it is made by sautéing some flour in oil with a bit of difference in ingredients. Stay with us to learn how to prepare this delicious in your kitchen.
|Chickpea flour||2 cup|
|All-purpose flour||2 cup|
|Sugar||4 ½ cup|
|Liquid oil||¾ cup|
|rose water||¾ cup|
|cardamom powder||½ tsp|
|Brewed saffron||1 tbsp|
Chickpea Halwa Recipe
Add sugar into a suitable pot and pour enough water to cover the sugar by at least five centimeters. Next, put the pot on medium heat until the water boils and the sugar particles dissolve entirely in the water. Let it simmer for five minutes. Then add rose water and brewed saffron and give it a good stir and remove it from the heat to cool down.
Combine all-purpose flour and chickpea flour. Put in a suitable pan on low heat and add the flour mixture. Roast it for 30 to 45 minutes until you see or smell the flour starting to brown.
Once you see browning, take it from the pan, mix it with cardamom powder, and sift them twice. Meanwhile, add oil and butter to the pan. As the butter melts, turn the flour back to the pan, stir vigorously, and fold the flour into the oil to stir out the clumps.
If you want the color of halwa to be brighter, you should not roast it too much. After the ingredients are uniform, gradually add the syrup and mix the ingredients until the halwa becomes a paste that does not stick to the pan anymore.
When you see the halwa is ready, add it into a piping bag with the desired nozzle and pipe it in your desired shape. This halwa can be easily piped because it is so soft. You can also spread it with a spatula or a spoon on your desired dish and garnish it with slivered nuts and coconut powder. This is great to have in cold seasons with warm tea. We hope you try this recipe and like it.
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