India is a country of festivals and each festival has its own rituals. Fasting is one of the most common way to show our devotion and is also a very wonderful thing to do to live a healthy life. Navratra has just begun and is one of the most celebrated festivals across north India. I have tried singhara atta halwa, which is made of singhara (water chestnut) flour, clarified butter, and sugar. Let’s proceed to the recipe.
PREPARATION TIME: 20 MINUTES
COURSE: VRAT (FASTING), DESSERT
(NUTRITION IN SINGHARA FLOUR ACCORDING TO THE INGREDIENTS)
Singhara (water chestnut) flour: 100 grams
Clarified butter (ghee): 3 tablespoons
Sugar: 4-5 tablespoons or according to your taste
Cardamom powder: 1/2 teaspoon
Almonds: 4-5 (chopped)
Cashews: 4-5 (chopped)
Warm water: 2.5 cups
- Put a pan on medium flame and heat ghee.
- Add singhara flour and roast till it turns brown.
- Add warm water slowly and continuously stir it to avoid lumps.
- Now add cardamom powder and sugar. Mix and stir until is turns thick.
- Mix dry fruits and again stir.
- Turn off the flame, garnish with some more dry fruits, and serve hot.
- Singhara atta halwa is ready!
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