Moong Dal Halwa
Moong Dal Halwa
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Moong Dal Halwa is an popular and mouthwatering dessert in North India that is eaten specially in winter season. This is an rich dessert made of lots of ghee and moong dal and is believed that it protects your body from cold. Delicious Halwa is an auspicious dessert, and is the pride of festivals and weddings. This delicious sweet is made from yellow moong dal and lots of ghee.
The recipe of delicious Moong Dal Halwa is so easy as Suji Ka Halwa. Suji Ka Halwa cooks quickly but it takes a lot of time and effort. When it is cooked, you will feel that you get the worth of your effort because the halwa is so soft and delicious that melts in your mouth and fills your mouth with flavor and aroma. To make delicious halwa it was necessary to fry the moong dal for a long time with continuous stirring and it also required extra ghee. By follow this video recipe, you can make the delicious halwa at your home easily.
- Preparation Time :
- 6 Hour 20 Minutes
- Cooking Time :
- 1 Hour
- Meal Type :
Ice Cream Dessert and Sweets
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Delicious moong dal halwa
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