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Leftover Watermelon Rind Halwa is a leftover makeover recipe. Rind of watermelon, which is generally thrown away can be used to make halwa.

So, here’s an easy recipe with step-by-step instructions to make yummy and flavourful watermelon rind halwa. Ohhh I just loved this halwa 😋😋

 

Leftover Watermelon Rind Halwa, my recipe published in the Newspaper, My 100th blog post : 

Hello Everyone 🙂

First of all Gratitude 🙏

It is with great pleasure that I share this post of mine with you all.. especially because this is my 100th blog post in my journey of two years as a food blogger.

Few days back one of my recipes, Leftover watermelon rind Halwa got published in a news paper.

The recipe is ‘leftover make over’, where I used rind of watermelon to make halwa out of it, by adding few more ingridients. It became instant hit with my viewers.

That was when I decided to share my happiness with you all in the form of my 100th blog post.

This feat would not have been possible without the love, support and motivation of you all.

I really feel blessed and inspired by all the encouragement and love showered by all of you, through your likes and comments on my Facebook page

, on my website as well as on my Instagram account.

I still remember the day when I first started blogging and shared my first post 🙂

The nervous excitement and the mixed bag of emotions that I felt at that time, cannot be explained in words!!

It was akin to a small child performing on a stage for the first time or like a debutant actor/ singer’s first film releasing.

Because when one is showcasing his/ her talents for the first time, we the artistic people always worry about how their labour of love would be received by the people.

Whether our work would be appreciated or not … will we get bouquets or brickbats for what we are presenting before the world is always our concern!!

But I must say I am so thankful to all my viewers and followers, who lapped up every post of mine and complimented me with an open heart..which inspired me to go on and reach to my 100th blog post 😊

Blogging has always been my passion and now it has become an integral part of my life.

I so enjoy writing, creating innovative and healthy recipes..cooking them, plating them in an asthetic way and clicking pictures.

My love for collecting knick knacks from the places I travel to..to go along as props in my blogs..presenting them before you all, and waiting with baited breath for your lovely comments to pour in 😊

And while I kept writing blog posts and participating in various online cooking contests .. winning accolades and prizes for my recipes..I kept sharing my joy in form of recipe posts with you all on my social media pages.

It gives me immense satisfaction sharing my joy with you all, who played a major role in making my recipes and blog deserving winners!!

So come let’s have a look at my humble recipe of watermelon rind halwa.

My recipe Leftover Watermelon Rind Halwa published in Newspaper :

 

Let’s come back to the recipe of Watermelon rind halwa.

Benefits of Watermelon Rind :

The white rind left after cutting out the juicy pulp of watermelon is full of vitamins, fiber, antioxidants and is good for the skin and immunity as well.

So, today I am sharing lovely recipe of halwa prepared with watermelon rind with you all. Give it a try.

 

Prep Time
10 mins

Cook Time
15 mins

Serves
2 People

Ingredients to make leftover watermelon Rind  Halwa :

 

 

Leftover Watermelon Rind Halwa

Watermelon rind white flesh grated 1 cup

Milk 3/4 cup

Condensed milk 1/4 cup

Milk powder 1 Tbsp

Slivered Pistachios 4-5

Ghee/Clarified Butter 2 Tbsp

Getting ready:

Start with cutting watermelon and scooping out red flesh which is used for eating.

Peel off the white rind from the green colored rind and place it separately in a bowl.

Then grate this white rind finely.

Squeeze out the excess water from grated rind atleast twice or thrice.

Chop the dry fruits finely and peel green cardamoms to make powder.

Making:

Heat  ghee in a pan or wok and add the grated rind into it. Cover and let it simmer for 5 minutes.

Uncover and check the rind after 5 minutes. Again saute it on high flame for few minutes and keep cooking till  it turns golden brown.

When the moisture from rind mixture gets completely evaporated then add milk to it and mix really well.

Next add condensed milk and cook for about few minutes. Add milk powder to it. Keep cooking till it turns really thick.

Add roasted cashews and cardamom powder to it. Stir to mix everything well on low flame.

Leftover Watermelon Rind Halwa

Serving:

Serve this halwa in a bowl garnished with some chopped cashews.

serve it hot or warm.

You can try these leftover makeover recipes.

leftover dough dahi vadas

leftover chapati/roti cutlets

leftover-onion-peel-tea

Leftover Chapati/roti chocolate mithai

Leftover bread pudding

 

Happy cooking

Regards ❤️

Lata

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The white rind left after cutting out the juicy pulp of watermelon is full of vitamins, fiber, antioxidants and is good for the skin and immunity as well. The halwa from leftover rind turns out really yummy and flavorful as well.
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Recipe type: Desserts
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • Watermelon rind white flesh grated 1 cup
  • Milk ¾ cup
  • Condensed milk ¼ cup
  • Milk powder 1 Tbsp
  • Slivered Pistachios 4-5
  • Ghee/Clarified Butter 2 Tbsp
Instructions
  1. Getting ready:
  2. Start with cutting watermelon and scooping out red flesh which is used for eating.
  3. Peel off the white rind from the green colored rind and place it separately in a bowl.
  4. Then grate this white rind finely.
  5. Squeeze out the excess water from grated rind atleast twice or thrice.
  6. Chop the dry fruits finely and peel green cardamoms to make powder.
  7. Making:
  8. Heat ghee in a pan or wok and add the grated rind into it. Cover and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
  9. Uncover and check the rind after 5 minutes.
  10. Again saute it on high flame for few minutes and keep cooking till it turns golden brown.
  11. When the moisture from rind mixture gets completely evaporated then add milk to it and mix really well.
  12. Next add condensed milk and cook for about few minutes. Add milk powder to it. Keep cooking till it turns really thick.
  13. Add roasted cashews and cardamom powder to it. Stir to mix everything well on low flame.
  14. Serving:
  15. Serve this watermelon rind halwa in a bowl garnished with some chopped cashews. Serve hot or warm.

This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. Jayashree

    This halwa looks so delicious and something different. Congratulations

  2. Jagruti Dhanecha

    Congratulations! Watermelon rind halwa is intriguing, in taste wise is it similar to lauki halwa? Looks so yummy.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you so much Jagruti. Texture wise it’s similar to lauki halwa but taste wise it’s different.

  3. Mayuri Patel

    Congratulations on your 100th post and getting featured in the newspaper. Looking at the picture of the halwa alone, no one can guess that’s its made from watermelon rind. Awesome recipe.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you so much Mayuri for your wishes. You are absolutely right, no body came to know what it was made of.

    2. Lata Lala

      Thank you Mayuri. Indeed it was such a great feeling to be featured in newspaper.

  4. Congratulations on your 100th post… it is always a pleasure when the baby grows… 🙂 Love the idea of making halwa with the rind, I can’t wait for its season to come so that I can try this…

  5. Swati

    The halwa looks delicious and this is something new for me!! Congratulations for you 100th post!!

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