Singhara Atta Halwa!

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
SERVING: 4
CUISINE: INDIAN
COURSE: VRAT (FASTING), DESSERT

(NUTRITION IN SINGHARA FLOUR ACCORDING TO THE INGREDIENTS)
CALORIES: 115
CARBS: 23g
FAT: 0g
PROTEIN: 4g

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

RECIPE

  1. Put a pan on medium flame and heat ghee.
  2. Add singhara flour and roast till it turns brown.
  3. Add warm water slowly and continuously stir it to avoid lumps.
  4. Now add cardamom powder and sugar. Mix and stir until is turns thick.
  5. Mix dry fruits and again stir.
  6. Turn off the flame, garnish with some more dry fruits, and serve hot.
  7. Singhara atta halwa is ready!

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