Corn Flour Halwa Recipe – Microwave ten-minute Halwa

Corn Flour Halwa – Microwave ten-minute Halwa

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Corn Flour Halwa – Halwa is an Indian dessert/sweet which would look like jellies 😉  So many Halwa varieties are available like Wheat halwa, Kaju Halwa, Ashoka Halwa,Corn-flour Halwa etc.. Most halwa recipes would require constant stirring or soaking/grinding and would be time consuming. Out of all the varieties, I feel that Corn-flour Halwa is the easiest to prepare.

We had a family get-together suddenly planned on a weekday and I didn’t have much to spend on dessert, although I wanted to prepare a special one 😐 Then, I remembered this easy halwa recipe that I had tasted at my friend’s home. I always love to make recipes that are just a few “Dings” (Microwave Language !!) away 😋 Needless to say that my corn-flour Halwa was a big hit that day(Feeling Proud and Relieved).

Corn Flour Halwa from Homemaking Delight

Corn Flour Halwa from Homemaking Delight

Corn Flour Halwa recipe – Microwave ten-minute Halwa recipe

Here comes the simple recipe for Halwa prepared in microwave. You don’t need to struggle much for reaching a perfect Halwa-consistency in this method and believe me, you can make pakka slices very easily. A smarter way to make delicious halwa is now just a button away, uh?? 😉

Let’s see how easy is that recipe..

Preparation time – 5 mins

Cooking time – 12 mins

Slices – average 20

Ingredients:

Corn flour (starch) – 1/2 cup

Sugar – 1 & 1/2 cups

Water – 2 cups

Food color (as you prefer) – a small tinge (I have used orange)

Cardamom – 1/4 tsp powdered

Fried Cashews – 8 -10 broken into pieces

Ghee – 2 tbsp

Preparation Method:

  1. Mix sugar, corn starch, water & food color in a microwave-safe bowl without any lumps.

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  1. Grease a tray with butter or ghee & keep it ready.

  2. Microwave it for 6 minutes stirring well once after 4 minutes. You can see the Halwa binding along.

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  1. Give a nice whisk and microwave it again for 6 minutes stirring once in every minute (You can also stir between every 2 minutes if you can give a nice whisk).

  2. You now hear the final “Ding” in the microwave and the halwa is ready. Add ghee, cardamom (Elaichi ) & (Preferably, Ghee-roasted) cashews to the halwa.

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  1. Stir well and pour it into the greased plate quickly as the Halwa will start to solidify soon.
Corn Flour Halwa Recipe - Easy Dessert - Home Making Delight

Corn Flour Halwa Recipe – Easy Dessert – Home Making Delight

  1. Here comes the hard part, leave the halwa untouched for 30 minutes to get settled 😉 Slice it & enjoy your sweet Jelly-like Corn Flour Halwa.

Do check out our whole collection of sweet recipes that includes Milk kheer, coconut burfi, Wheat flour sweet balls, softy Ghee mysore pa and so many other sweets 🙂

Corn Flour Halwa from Homemaking Delight

Corn Flour Halwa from Homemaking Delight

Tit-Bits:

1) Overcoat a tbsp of ghee on halwa to get a glossy look and yummier taste.

2) Consume it within 2 days (Probably it’ll get over). No need to refrigerate.

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