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March 4, 2010

Beetroot Halwa - Sugarfree



Indulge in this guilt free beetroot halwa made with healthy and natural ingredients without compromising on taste!

Ingredients:
Grated Beetroot - 2 cups
Seedless Dates - 1 cup
Ghee/Clarified Butter - 2 tbsp
Cardamom Powder - 1/4 tsp
Broken Cashews and Almonds - about 20
Milk - 11/4 cup

Method:
Peel the skin and grate the beets.
Heat 1 tbsp ghee in a wide pan. Roast the nuts till golden brown and set aside.
In the same pan, add grated beets and chopped dates. Fry for 5 minutes.
Add milk and continue to boil for at least 20 minutes on medium flame.
When beets and dates are fully cooked and milk is absorbed fully, add 1 or 2 tbsp ghee.
Add the roasted nuts.
Serve warm or cold.

37 comments:

  1. Wow adding dates sounds really fantastic Mahi...halwa looks absolutely delicious!!

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  2. Sure to try this....just luv it with dates!!

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  3. I love the fact that this has no sugar. absolutely guilt free

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  4. dates is a nice addition..looks delicious..

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  5. Love the beetroot halwa...beautiful and innovative dish...awesome space you have here! first time on your blog...will be back soon for more

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  6. delicious colourful halwa...nice addition of dates

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  7. lovely click and the bowl is so cute!
    sugar free halwa is mouth watering...

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  8. Wow ,A halwa and sugarfree.Cant beleive it.

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  9. Yummy and colorful halwa.lov it...

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  10. Oh,with dates,should be absolutely yumm! Nice combo,sure both make an awesome combo Mahima,looks sinful!

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  11. Nice beet root halwa, good click too..I am sure you must have checked our version of this halwa too...or check it out whenever time permits...

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  12. Wow that is just so beautiful and no sugar. DOuble portion please ;-)

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  13. Lovely and colourful halwa...Thanks for posting the healthy and diet recipes...

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  14. So creative! Love beetroot halwa. Nice click!

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  15. Wow. Its an awesome looking guilt-free halwa. I bet it tasted equally good. I suppose the dates are acting as sugar-substitutes.

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  16. Looks yummy.. that too withou sugar.. yummm..so tempting.

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  17. wow.. looks really yummy & colourful..

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  18. Beautiful colour, halwa looks delicious and indeed guilt free!!

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  19. Love the addition of dates. Healthy n delicious.

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  20. Delicious and colorful halwa..

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  21. This is too good..liked adding dates to the beetroot..nice picture Dear..

    Mahima, don't forget to send in your entries for my event Dear..

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  22. Hi Mahimaa,

    What a colorful and yummy recipe.I too use dates as a sugar substitution in many of my recipes.I eat sweets less but beetroot halwa is my favorite.

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  23. Looks yummy. And to think that this preparation is sugar free makes it even healthier.

    Deepa

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  24. Adding dates sounds interesting!!!

    Halwa looks colourful and delicious too :-)

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  25. u have a nice blog here....with fabulous recipes....love to be ur member...halwa looks ausumn...

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  26. Colourful and guilt free halwa indeed..

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  27. love the color..great recipe..never tried it before..

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  28. Thats so healthy and a guilt free indulgence...lovely click!

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  29. What a lovely, vibrant, guilt free treat, awesome!

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  30. Love that sugar free version. Recipe had been put in favorites folder. Now I have to buy some dates to try this.:)

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  31. Mahi, I tried this today came out super gud....added carrots too...yum!! Will post it soon!!

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  32. very interesting. I don't think I ever tried beetroot with something sweet. But I think about trying this one

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  33. This is interesting! Happy to find there's less butter used and the addition of dates (for sweetness) is a superb idea! :) You have a fantastic blog and I'm already your fan! :)
    TastyVegCooking

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