Friday, February 13, 2009

Halwa

Gajar Ka Halwa

37 comments:

tigerfish said...

Happy Valentine Day! It's a heart-shape there.

Asha said...

Beauty!! Enjoy, have a wonderful V day today! :))

Varsha Vipins said...

Lovely Halwa..happy Val's day..:)

Sharmi said...

Rajee, Lovely heart!!
Regarding Corn Puttu. it tastes same as regular puttu and you get it as puttu flour.
Do send something to my event http://pedatha.com/2009/01/22/cooking-for-kids-with-love/

Deepa Hari said...

Halwa looks Yum and lovely heart....Nice blog and presentation...Thank you for stopping by.

Food Fanatic said...

my mouth watered!

Adlak's tiny world said...

perfectly shaped and cute little sweet heart. loving a lot.

VnV said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, glad you liked the acorn squash recipe. I am going to have fun visiting your site!

DK said...

Hi Rajee,

thanks for ur sweet comment :)

my email is in my profile, so do send me any queries..open to it :)

A cute halwa i must say. I also njoyed the pictures of your family. :)

Cynthia said...

Lovely and I like the heart shape.

sagari said...

beautifulllll halwa

srikars kitchen said...

Nice Halwa.. nice click as well. thxs for visiting my site & ur comment..

sriharivatsan said...

Thanks for stopping by and your lovely words..Halwa looks delicious...

Cham said...

Looks yum the halwa, perfect for Valentine!

Malar Gandhi said...

Valentine's day special treat, right. Hearty wishes...looks delish!!!

Girija said...

I liked this recipe very much. I will defenitely try out this tommorow
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Purva Desai said...

thanks for dropping by....halwa looks gr8

sneh said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and your comment on my pakoras :). You have a lovely blog here and this Halwa...can't tell you how tempting it looks, really!

Rajee said...

Thanks Girija for trying my halwa and I'm honored. I'll try some of the recipes and put it on my blog under ur name.
My sincere thanks to Sriharivatsan, Cham, Purva Desai and Sneh.

Dhanya said...

Hey something is waiting for you in my homecooking blog. Please check it out.

LG said...

Long time, how are you?

Rajee said...

Hi LG,
I am fine. How are u doing?

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Preety said...

Hi rajee..thanks for stopping by..i haven't moved my blog just changed the look little bit..i am still here..

http://preetyskitchen.blogspot.com/

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

wow.. yummy halwa. thanks for stopping by rajee.. recipe enga halwa ku?

reg, dates cake, u cannot use wheat flour.. use maida or whole wheat pastry flour.

Arfi Binsted said...

Hi Rajee... Just want to answer your question about the red peach: I don't know whether they are grown in US or not. I live in New Zealand and everything is almost growing in here hehehe... thanks for visiting my blog.

Priya Sriram said...

Hi Rajee, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving lovely comments! :)

You have a wonderful space... Halwa in heart shape looks lovely! :)

Madhumathi said...

Hi ,Thanks for visiting me..You have a neat blog..Halwa looks yummy..I like the heart shape.
I'm glad you liked the spice box.I bought that in a souvenir shop in Munnar,Kerala

Miri said...

Thanks for stopping by at my blog - about the hung curd dip - its the easiest thing to make. Just take 1/2 lt yoghurt (even store bought is fine), put it into a thin clean cloth and hang it up with a bowl underneath. a couple of hours or so and when all the water drains out, if you open the clothe - presto - you have thick creamy curd just right for a dip.Mix in 2 crushed garlic cloves, salt and a few herbs and you are good to go.

Zita said...

Love Halwa,yours looks absolutly delicious ;)

Chitra said...

lovely halwa rajee,first time here,cute blog u have:)do visit mine at ur free time:)

Lidia Sianturi said...

Hello there, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment..
What is halwa btw? For Indian food I love dokhla..my friend at uni used to make one for me..

Lavanya said...

hi rajee..you have a very nice blog n nice recipes too!!Halwa looks lovely rajee..

Varsha Vipins said...

Thanks Rajee,for the comment..:)..All your comments are there in my posts..I deeply appreciate them..:)..I see you are not posting anything these days..What happened?Hope to see some yum dishes here...Pls keep visiting n have a happy week ahead..:)

AshD said...

Thank You so much for your response!! I look forward to seeing exactly which brand of rose syrup that you use... And your so right! the rose syrup was what they had used on the icecream... and if you are ever in Miami you HAVE TO HAVE TO HAVE TO go to Guru... the food is so amazing, thick, authentic. Thanks again for all of your help!!

Ann said...

Love the presentation

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