Saturday, 18 July 2015

Mango Halwa / Maampazham Halwa

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Mango Halwa is a very delightful and finger licking halwa that can be made in minutes. Not just that, when you have lot of mangoes in hand then you can make this halwa in a big batch and store it in the refrigerator. You can spread this mango halwa on rotis to make rolls for lunch box, or spread it on breads to make sandwiches or spread it on dosas to make special mango halwa dosa. Any way friends do try out this easy, quick and delicious Mango Halwa and post your friends. Do check out other delectable and tempting MANGO RECIPES here.
Here’s how to make Mango Halwa with step by step photos…


Mango [Ripe]
1 to 1 ½ cup
Cardamom Powder/Elachi Powder
¼ tsp
1 tbsp
One pinch
Cashew Nuts
8-10 chopped to pieces
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 15- 20 minutes


Wash, cut the mangoes and remove the flesh part alone.

Add the flesh part of the mangoes to the heavy bottomed vessel or kadai and switch on the stove

Add the sugar to the mangoes and stir really well until the sugar is completely dissolved.

Add ghee little by little and keep stirring the halwa until the colour changes and the water is completely absorbed. [Make sure you keep stirring throughout the whole process of making halwa]

Now add the cardamom powder, one pinch of salt to the halwa and mix really well.

The color of the mango halwa will change to shining brown colour and the ghee will start to separate from the sides. Now switch off the stove.

Heat 2 tsp of ghee in another pan, fry the cashew nuts to golden brown colour and add it the mango halwa and mix really well.

Yes, delicious and tempting Mango Halwa is ready to be enjoyed. This mango halwa can be enjoyed as a dessert or it can be spread on bread for sandwiches, or  on chapatis for making rolls, or on dosas as a delight for the kids.

Adjust the amount of sugar according to the sweetness of the mangoes.
If you want to reduce the amount of ghee, then replace half the amount fo ghee with sunflower oil.

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