|1.||Wheat bread 4 slices|
|2.||Ghee / clarified butter 4-5 tablespoons|
|3.||Sugar 1/4 cup|
|4.||Milk 2 cups|
|5.||Cardamom / Elaichi powder 1/4 tablespoon|
|6.||Cashew nuts, almonds and dry grapes, total 1/4 cup|
the bread slices into small pieces.
Discard the bread powder before frying the bread pieces, because these will burn.
sugar into powder.
about three tablespoons of ghee in a thick-bottom utensil.
Heat milk in a separate utensil to speed up cooking.
cashews and almonds to the ghee.
Fry till the color of cashews changes slightly.
Add dry grapes.
Fry till the nuts turn to golden brown.
Remove. Keep aside.
Fry till these become golden brown.
Transfer the pieces to a utensil.
Wipe-clean the utensil you used for frying.
till the bread pieces become soft or these dissolve.
powdered sugar and remaining
till the mixture becomes thick or gains halwa-like consistency.
Add fried nuts and cardamom powder. Mix.
Keep aside some fried nuts for garnishing.
Switch-off the stove.
Bread halwa is ready.
|TIPS||How to make Bread Halwa?|
|1.||If you are using sweet bread, use less sugar.|
|2.||You can either use or discard the edges of the bread. If you use these, however, the halwa taste will be unique.|
|3.||Do not deep-fry the bread pieces in ghee, because the pieces will consume more ghee.|