Friday, May 10, 2013

Vegan Apple Halwa

Yesterday, I made Apple halwa, by following Shilpa's  Apple halwa  recipe in Aayi's blog.

I veganised the recipe by using canola oil, instead of ghee. I also used turbinado sugar, from http://www.sugarintheraw.com >sugar in the raw
. Apple halwa was almost brown in color, and it was so tasty. I could not cut into pieces, so I relished this wonderful sweet in a spoon. I also added 4 Tbsp of crushed almonds, so the halwa was very nutty and tasty.
If you have sweet tooth, like me, you will surely love this Indian sweet.

5 comments:

Dinakar KR said...

Sorry this is not connected with this post. I saw your comment you left on my blogpost on Lalgudi Jayaraman. I thought this is the best way to respond to you and say thank you. May I ask if there is any Mysore or music connection to you? I browsed your blog. I'm also a gastronomer! I may visit the blog again.

Kumudha said...

Dinakar,

I grew up in Bangalore, and I usead to visit Mysore many times. Mysore is such a wonderful city!

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Akila said...

Nice variation to apple halwa

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