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Kada Prashad | Aate ka halwa | Gurudwara Karah Prasad Recipe

 

 

Kada prashad | Aate ka halwa | Gurudwara Karah Prasad | Wheat flour halwa | How to make perfect aate a halwa | No fail recipe of kada prashad | Gurudwara karanh prashad recipe with step by step instructions and pictorial presentation

 

Kada prashad | Aate ka halwa is 4 ingredients, rich, soft, and velvety textured wheat flour sweet dish, that is made for special occasions and offered as prashad at Gurudwara.

It is one of the delicacies that is served in gurudwara as a prashad. It is this super delicious halwa known as kada prashad.

Similarly if you are looking for more halwa recipes, do check out the following on the blog –

Karachi halwa

Gajar halwa

Watermelon rind halwa

A No fail recipe of Kada prashad | Aate ka halwa | Gurudwara Karah Prasad Recipe

To me kada prashad is complete soul enriching experience in itself. There is no food that compares to this bliss!

Gurudwara translates to Guru means God and dwara means door. After taking blessings from the God everyone is offered Kada Prashad/prasad. 

I have always heard it from my eleders that the taste of Gurudwara’s kada prashad is unmatched. Because it’s made with so much of love & devotion and while making kada prashad everyone chants ‘Waheguru’.

 

The recipe which I am sharing today is made with exact measurements. You will never go wrong making perfect halwa with this recipe. So your search for recipe of making perfect consistency aate ka halwa ends here.

A very simple maths is like 1:1:1:3 that is 1 cup of wheat flour, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of ghee and 3 cups of water, that’s it. This quantity suffices for 3 servings.

If you wish to make it large quantities just keep doubling up the measurements.

 

 

Whole wheat flour-1 cup
Ghee/clarified butter- 1 cup
Sugar- 1 cup
Water- 3 cups

Instructions to make Kada prashad | Aate ka halwa | Gurudwara Karah Prasad Recipe

Heat 3 cups of water in a pan.

(Quantity of water depends upon your preference of consistency of halwa. Some like it thick and some like it little of loose consistency. You may decrease the quantity of water to 2.5 cups for thick consistency)

Add sugar and melt it properly. Once it starts boiling switch off the flame. Strain the mixture and keep it aside.

Meanwhile heat ghee in a thick bottom pan/ kadhai and let it melt on low flame.
To this add wheat flour. Keep stirring on low flame. Keep an eye on it and cook till it turns golden brown and aromatic.

 

 

Now add the warm/hot sugar syrup slowly and gradually. Be careful while adding sugar syrup as the wheat flour and ghee mixture bubbles up and splutters a lot.

Keep stirring it continuously on low heat till the sugar syrup is incorporated well with flour.

A secret tip : At this stage add 1 spoon of besan/chickpeas flour, this will help binding the halwa well. (This is purely optional)

Cook till everything comes together like a mass and the mixture starts releasing ghee on the sides of Kadhai.
Kada prashad is ready. Garnish with chopped dry fruits and serve hot.

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Kada Prashad | Aate ka halwa | Gurudwara Karah Prasad Recipe
 
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Kada prashad | Aate ka halwa is 4 ingredients, rich, soft, and velvety textured wheat flour sweet dish, that is made for special occasions and offered as prashad at Gurudwara.
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Recipe type: Dessert, Indian sweet
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • Whole wheat flour-1 cup
  • Ghee/clarified butter- 1 cup
  • Sugar- 1 cup
  • Water- 3 cups
  • Besan- 1 spoon (optional)
Instructions
  1. Heat 3 cups of water in a pan.
  2. (Quantity of water depends upon your preference of consistency of halwa. Some like it thick and some like it little of loose consistency. You may decrease the quantity of water to 2.5 cups for thick consistency)
  3. Add sugar and melt it properly. Once it starts boiling switch off the flame. Strain the mixture and keep it aside.
  4. Meanwhile heat ghee in a thick bottom pan/ kadhai and let it melt on low flame.
  5. To this add wheat flour. Keep stirring on low flame. Keep an eye on it and cook till it turns golden brown and aromatic.
  6. Now add the warm/hot sugar syrup slowly and gradually. Be careful while adding sugar syrup as the wheat flour and ghee mixture bubbles up and splutters a lot.
  7. Keep stirring it continuously on low heat till the sugar syrup is incorporated well with flour.
  8. A secret tip : At this stage add 1 spoon of besan/chickpeas flour, this will help binding the halwa well. (This is purely optional)
  9. Cook till everything comes together like a mass and the mixture starts releasing ghee on the sides of Kadhai.
  10. Kada prashad is ready. Garnish with chopped dry fruits and serve hot.

 

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  1. Suman Wadhwa

    Lovely ♥
    Beautiful presentation

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