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Gajar halwa Spring Rolls served with Rabdi is a classic, fusion and innovative recipe. Trust me, spring rolls never tasted so good & yummy before this.

I am die hard foodie, and I always look forward to twisted recipes with fusion and with the touch of innovation.

My another fusion recipe  Gajar halwa mousse  got many accolades and is favourite of everyone at my place.

 

A classic recipe and it’s fusion

Gajar Halwa (Carrot Halwa) is a quintessential dessert of India. It is a delicious dessert prepared combining carrots, milk & sugar. It is a must have dessert of every indian household during winters.

I very well remember once I saw the recipe of gajar halwa spring rolls on TV made by Chef Ajay Chopra, and it was on my mind to give it a try.

So, remembering that, I have given this halwa a twist, and made spring rolls out of it. Serve this with creamy Rabdi or scoop of an ice cream.

Try my other fusion recipes listed below 👇

Pizza Dosa

Vada pav Fondue

 

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Gajar Halwa Spring Rolls served with Rabdi
 
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Gajar Halwa Spring Rolls served with Rabdi is a classic, fusion and innovative recipe. The fusion which is delectable & will transport you to food heaven.
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Recipe type: Fusion, Indo Chinese
Cuisine: Desserts
Serves: 7
Ingredients
  • To make Gajar halwa :
  • Red Carrots 500 gms
  • Milk 1 liter
  • Sugar ½ cup less or more to your taste
  • Milk powder 1 tbsp
  • Clarified Butter 2 tsp
  • Chopped dry fruits handful
  • To make Rabdi :
  • milk 500 ml
  • ¼ cup Sugar
  • To make Spring rolls :
  • Spring roll sheets readymade 12
  • Maida slurry ¼ cup
  • Oil to deep fry
Instructions
  1. To make Gajar halwa grate 500 gms of peeled red carrots.
  2. In a deep non stick pan add one liter of milk.
  3. As milk comes to a rolling boil , add the grated carrots and cook on low heat. Continue to stir it at regular intervals.
  4. After nearly 15 minutes when milk almost dries up and fully absorbed in carrots, add 2 tsp ghee.
  5. Mix and cook for few more minutes.
  6. Add sugar and cook till water from the sugar dries up completely. Add 1 tbsp milk powder so that remaining moisture with be absorbed by it.
  7. Transfer this cooked gajar halwa into a bowl. Add handful of chopped nuts. Cool it.
  8. For making Rabdi :
  9. Boil 500 ml milk. Add ¼ Cup sugar, stir continuously and keep scrapping the sides of the pan.
  10. Stir and cook till thick, then take off the heat.
  11. Keep to cool
  12. To make spring rolls :
  13. Take out the spring roll sheets from the freezer.
  14. Unpack and keep the required number of spring roll sheets covered in wet cloth.
  15. Pack and return the excess sheets back in the freezer for later use.
  16. Make slurry :
  17. To seal the edges of spring rolls make slurry.
  18. Mix 2 tbsp water+ 2 tbsp apf/maida. Make a thick paste.
  19. Place cooked gajar halwa on one corner of the sheet, start rolling it by tucking in the corners. Roll it tight.
  20. Apply slurry on the corners to seal the edges.
  21. Deep fry on low heat till it turns golden brown and crisp. You can bake them too if you wish to.
  22. Drain on kitchen towel.
  23. Serve hot with chilled/warm Rabdi.

 

Process to make Gajar Halwa Spring Rolls:

Grate 500 grams of peeled red carrots. In a deep non stick pan add one liter of milk.

As milk comes to a rolling boil , add the grated carrots and cook on low heat. Continue to stir it at regular intervals.

After nearly 15 minutes when milk almost dries up and fully absorbed in carrots, add 2 teaspoon ghee. Mix and cook for few more minutes.

Add sugar and cook till water from the sugar dries up completely. Add 1 tbsp milk powder so that remaining moisture with be absorbed by it.

Transfer this cooked gajar halwa into a bowl. Add handful of chopped nuts. Cool it.

 

Gajar halwa spring rolls

 

For making Rabdi :

Boil 500 ml milk. Add 1/4 Cup sugar, stir continuously and keep scrapping the sides of the pan. Stir and cook till thick, then take off the heat. Keep to cool

To make spring rolls :

Take out the spring roll sheets from the freezer.
Unpack and keep the required number of spring roll sheets covered in wet cloth.

Pack and return the excess sheets back in the freezer foe later use.

Make slurry :

To seal the edges of spring rolls make slurry. Mix 2 tbsp water+ 2 tbsp apf/maida. Make a thick paste.

Place cooked gajar halwa in one corner of the sheet, start rolling it by tucking in the corners. Roll it tight. Apply slurry on the corners to seal the edges.

 

 

Gajar halwa spring rolls

 

Deep fry  on low heat till it turns golden brown and crisp. You can bake them too if you wish to.

Drain on kitchen towel.

Gajar Halwa Spring Rolls served with Rabdi

Serve hot with chilled/warm Rabdi.

 

Happy cooking!

Regards ❤️

Lata

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This Post Has 29 Comments

  1. Soma Mukherjee

    Love this kind of fusion desert ideas just takes the dish to another level, loved your detailed recipe very well explained.

  2. Priyaa_jo

    I never thought of making spring rolls using halwa.. This is a delicious diwali treat i must say! can i repost this on instagram ?

  3. Padma

    Love the way you named the recipe…Super rich and delicious fusion dessert…Yummy share!!

  4. Ruchi

    Amazing twist to regular halwa. Loved the recipe. Thanks for sharing fantastic fusion dessert which is perfect for diwali

  5. Awesome !!! love the whole make over of gajar halwa
    Super rich and delicious fusion dessert 🙂

  6. Jayashree

    This is so innovative, loved the sweet version of spring roll. Lovely share.

  7. Mildly Indian

    Super cool fusion recipes. I always find the last Katori of halwa to literally divide the house into various parties. Now that problem is solved.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you seema. Loved your justice served to last katori of gajar halwa.

  8. Geetha Priyanka

    Love your creative idea to turn exotic Indian dessert into such a delicious fusion dish. A perfect recipe to try this diwali season.

  9. code2cook

    wow all items are top notch. no one can resist digging on this gajar halwa spring roll. Looks so tempting and am drooling over my screen. bookmarking as of now.

  10. Geetanjali Tung

    Wow… These look super delicious! I love everything about this recipe. Will try this sometime. Thank you for sharing!!!

  11. Poonam Bachhav

    This is surely one of the best innovative fusion recipes I have come across Lata ! Would love to give it a try sometime. Thanks for the share

  12. Pavani

    Very innovative idea using halwa in spring rolls. It is so mouthwatering. Thanks for the recipe.

  13. preeti garg

    Wow… looks so tempting and tasty… love it. 🙂

  14. Shailender Sharma

    Making fusion with 2 recipes is difficult but you did it with 3. OMG. Gajar halwa, spring rolls and rabri is above common man’s imagination. Hats off.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Shailender for the wonderful words. And glad to see and hear from you.

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