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Makes: 8 per serving
This is the easiest recipe that anyone can make, yummy and delicious.
1 (2 cm)
1.mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
2.heat the fire and start to cook until it gets gelatinized.
3. finally it'll be finished when it dries.
4. decorate with coconut/nut as much as you want.
This is really amazing. I kept reading the recipe over and over and thinking that it wouldn't work but when I actually worked up the courage to make this I was really surprised. My daughter thought it was pretty cool also.
This reminds me of my husband. I tried telling him that there's absolutely no way to make halwa without using semolina or graham flour, dry milk, or nuts of some sort. He told me "just wait and watch...." And he whipped me up something quite similar to this, minus the added cinnamon which I'll keep in mind in the future. Its so simple and if you have nothing else on hand this is honestly such a breeze. Thanks for the nostalgia!
This is a new one. I am definitely going to try this today. Thanks for sharing!!
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