WATERMELON HALWA

WaterMelon Halwa is an amazing recipe that would definitely delight your tastebuds.  Summer is here and watermelons are in the market. This summer tries out a different recipe from watermelon, other than juicing.
The white portion of the melon is nutritious but lacks taste so we often discard it. But this #halva recipe is extremely easy & uses the rind to make a mouth-watering halwa in no time. It’s colour and taste both will blow your mind.
Recipe adapted by CHEF KUNAL KAPOOR https://www.chefkunalkapur.com/

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INGREDIENTS:
Watermelon Rind – 3 large wedges
Ghee – 2-3tbsp
Suji (semolina) – 1tbsp
Besan (gram flour) – 1 tbsp
Sugar – ½ cup
Cardamom powder – ½tsp
Nutmeg Powder – a pinch
Milk – 1cup
Almonds & Pista – Handful

INSTRUCTIONS :

  1. Peel the outer thick green layer of the watermelon using a peeler.
  2. Then again peel another layer just beneath the green layer.
  3. Roughly chop the rind and add it to a grinder and make into a paste without using any water.wp-15893550784574492060036220472912.jpg
  4. Heat a pan and melt ghee.
  5. Add suji, besan and cook on low flame till they brown.wp-15893550782054504088565577949903.jpg
  6. Add the melon rind puree and cook it till it thickens up.wp-15893553677595013595800508451621.jpg
  7. This should take 15-20mins. Add sugar and cook again for 10mins approx.wp-15893550786483820024328429283038.jpg
  8. Add cardamom powder, nutmeg powder and milk.wp-15893550788391558813043988567452.jpg
  9. Cook for another 5 minutes and then remove from heat, garnish with almonds & pista and serve hot.

 

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3 thoughts on “WATERMELON HALWA

  1. Following kunal kapoor even I tried this recipe. But one variation is that I grated the white rind instead of grinding. I also tried making tutti frutti using the white rind. Both recipes came out well

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