Friday, July 2, 2010

Bread & Oats Halwa

Whenever my sweet tooth wanted to have some sweets, i immediately get ready to prepare either carrot halwa or bread halwa, both these halwas doesnt need loads of time to get prepared also i always have bread slices in my pantry and carrots in my fridge..So i can prepare anytime as anything with them, this time my choice for making halwa went to bread and rolled oats, this halwa will get ready in less time, easy breezy halwa to enjoy..Even if u have some sudden guests if u dont have anything specfic to serve them as sweets, u can prepare this delicious halwa since they go for less than half an hour...A prefect sweet to serve for desserts after a lunch or either as snacks with a cup of tea, this halwa doesnt need much ghee usually any halwas goes for..

Breat Halwa

6nos Bread slices
1cup Rolled oats
1cup Sugar
2cups Milk
Orange food colour (per need)
2tbsp Ghee
1tsp Cardamom powder
Few almond flakes

Grind coarsely the rolled oats and bread slices together,dry roast this coarse powder for few minutes in a nonstick pan and keep aside.. heat the milk with sugar and orange food colour, bring everything to boil, gradually add the coarse powder of bread-oats and stir continously, add the ghee little by little to the cooking bread-oats mixture,once the mixture gets off from the bottom of vessel,immediately add the cardamom powder, almond flakes..Stir everything well and put off the stove..

Enjoy warm!

47 comments:

  1. wow priya.. wonderful halwa.. i am going to try it now.. thanks dear..

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  2. lovely recipe. love the look and would looooooove to snack on this. yum and healthy.. between tried your adai recipe for breakfast today. it was wholesome and yum. thanks for the lovely ideas dear.

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  3. Priya... even i get sweet tooth sometimes this one is a nice idea :)

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  4. So..Indian halwa is like bread pudding? Can't tell it's made from the bread.

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  5. looks good. i have never made this before. will soon try it out. nice click.

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  6. Hi Priya
    Lovely recipe.
    Thanks for the entry.

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  7. Such a beautiful halwa! What a lovely color!

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  8. I Usually make bread halwa at home. With oats is very innovative and healthy! Looks so yumm

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  9. Bread and oats combo sounds delicious... Great to satisfy the sweet craving.

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  10. this recipe seems to be easy n delicious...just love it priya

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  11. Wow quick n easy desserts in no time...pics are very tempting...

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  12. Wonderful halwa with oats...Really droolworthy halwa...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  13. WOW awesome recipe n delicious healthy halwa..must try

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  14. yum yum..awesomely good !! will try sometime...

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  15. I am gonna make this on the weekend! Looks delicious and simple to make!

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  16. Boy, oh boy, am speechless!! This is serious creativity Priya!!! Sounds so very yum!!

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  17. so how many bread recipes do you have up in your sleeve,Priya?! This one is simply delicious.

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  18. Hmmm! delicious halwa Priya, i was looking for some oats halwa, thank you so much for this recipe.

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  19. HI priya..delicious halwa with bread. we never had them before, easy too, will def try ..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  20. wow ,its wonderful halwa...looks beautiful n very tasty...one more innovative dish :)...thankq for this wonderful dish

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  21. This is so innovative! I love the recipe!

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  22. Awesome recipe..so nice and quick,looks delicious.

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  23. சூப்பர்ர் ப்ரியா!! ப்ரெட்+ஒட்ஸ் இரண்டையும் தனித்தனியாக தான் அல்வா செய்திருக்கேன்.சேர்த்து செய்தால் இன்னும் சூப்பராக தானிருக்கும்...

    இங்கே வீட்டருகே இருக்கும் இந்தியன் கடையில் தான் இந்த புளிச்ச கீரை கிடைத்தது ப்ரியா,அங்க வாங்கினேன்...

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  24. Oh this is very lovely da, i love bread halwa and the addition of oats makes the recipe healthy too dear:)

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  25. that is a quick and easy one ...and a perfect dessert!

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  26. Wonderful and innovative one, looks colorful and yummy.

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  27. totally new priya..am bookmarking it..will try it and let u knw

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  28. Nice halwa priya. I liked every much.

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  29. beautiful colour and very different too..

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  30. delicious halwa.. combination is good one.. yummy

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  31. Wow!! You always have really unusual halwas! I rem your cabbage halwa a while back! Now oats! Very impressive!! Thanks, Priya!

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  32. You are making me crave for sweets Priya.. sob sob... This looks awesome..

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  33. Very innovative halwa dear, beautiful looking too :)

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  34. This sounds wonderful I am going to book mark and try.

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  35. ப்ரேடும் ஒட்ஸும் சேர்த்து செய்து கலக்கிட்டிங்க...அருமையான எளிதில் செய்ய கூடிய இனிப்பு...

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  36. Wow quick n easy desserts in no time...pics are very tempting...

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  37. Very droolworthy Priya.I would definitely try this

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  38. Wow, it looks as delicious as Gajar Halwa, which happens to be my favourite sweetdish! And I feel it will be as delicious. Nice recipe!

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  39. Nice halwa dear... pic looks tempting.

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  40. simple n delicious halwa, tempts me a lot

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  41. wow!looks totally fantastic priya!

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