Thursday, October 20, 2011

Almond Paneer Halwa

Hope most of us will be definitely either busy in purchasing for diwali or else preparing sweets or savouries to celebrate diwali..Even diwali fever started slightly in our home too..Diwali is around the corner eventhough for us its a working day, but nothing will keep away from this wonderful festival..Am planning to finish my sweets and savouries during this weekend, coming to this sweet i tried out with freshly grounded almond powder and homemade paneer to make out this halwa, they turned out super delicious and absolutely fabulous..I couldnt stopped munching them and we simply loved it...


1cup Almonds (powdered)
1/4cup Milk powder
1/2cup Paneer (scrambled)
1cup Sugar
3tbsp Ghee
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Few melon seeds
Green food colour

Take the scrambled paneer, powdered almonds,sugar,milk powder with quarter cup of water in a heavy bottomed vessel, heat everything in a medium flame,now add the green food colour and cardamom powder.. add the ghee gradually little by little to the cooking paneer-almond mixture and cook until this mixture get off from the vessel..

Spread this halwa over a greased plate and sprinkle melons seeds as per your need, keep aside and cool completely, cut as you desire and enjoy..


52 comments:

  1. wow...halwa looks so vibrant and lovely combos...even i too thought of making some burfi with almond n paneer :) and you are here with awesome recipe..will try this..like the addition of green color...looks so attractive n yummy !!! Kalakunga Priya..Deepavali Vazhthukkal

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  2. this looks delicious!
    i like these green colour sweets!

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  3. A very delicious looking sweet...Lovely color...

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  4. How pretty... that must be very tasty.

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  5. To be frank,I've also thot abt the exact combo for making halwa when I watched the tv show, neengalum samaikalam.. Looks so delicious, Advance deewali dishes..

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  6. Lovely green colour..delicious combo,yummy!!

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  7. lovely halwa...love the color...

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  8. Lovely combination....and that color excellent....

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  9. That's a delicious looking burfi Priya..beautiful colour.

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  10. Looking at your burfi I can recoolect the times when we would go Diwali shopping & all the sweet shops would be full of colourful sweets , burfi , chum-chum etc. Mouthwatering Burfi....cannot help drooling.

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  11. mouth watering here priya!!!!

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  12. Rien qu'à la couleur on a envie de mordre dedans.
    Il faut absolument avoir du paneer ou peut-on le remplacer par un autre fromage?
    A très bientôt

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  13. wow wonderful colour halwa,really tempting sweet...

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  14. I read the title twice to make sure I am reading it right... Paneer halwa... wow that is a great inspiration...
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  15. Paneer and almond sounds delicious! Looks lovely!!

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  16. What a pretty color and nice sweet!

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  17. halwa looks so beautiful... nice colour...

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  18. Look at that pretty color! Nicely done!

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  19. very beautiful and yummy...color looks very nice and appetizing!

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  20. Halwa looks so delicious. Excellent color.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. Looks yummy with that green colour!!!!!

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  22. Perfect for deepawali,..wish ya happy festival,.

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  23. Halwa luks vibrant and invitingly colourful dish to try at home.Yummm.

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  24. Lovely color. Wish I had it right away. Supera iruku Priya

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  25. Love the color....I am so tempted to try this for Diwali.

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  26. That's an delectable burfi...love that color....

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  27. Looks wonderful and am sure will taste as wonderful - am going to try this out for Deepavali this year.. My advance wishes to you.

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  28. Lovely halwa and nice with green colour

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  29. Fantastic color, wish I could taste it!
    Take care..

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  30. Lovely color and fantastic combo!


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  31. The color of the halwa is very pleasing! :)

    Happy Diwali!

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  32. looks absolutely delicious. Love the color!!

    Trendy Relish

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  33. Lovely color...halwa looks pretty and delicious.

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  34. i always love green colored sweets so so good ..

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  35. Delicious halwa..Loved the almond-paneer combo..

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  36. The lovely color of the halwa is tempting me to try it out immediately...Looks very yummy

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  37. Lovely green color, so tempting! Just looking at the picture makes me drool :)

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  38. Wow Priya, I love this recipe. You have given me a great idea for a Diwali sweet!! Thanks! This is going to be one of my diwali mithai.

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  39. Love the pretty green color, Prya...and also the pretty diamond shape. Not to mention how yummy it is:DDD

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  40. Priya such a lovely idea, paneer and almond halwa. This looks great.

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  41. OMG .. love the color. Yummy too.

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  42. Fabulous color! Love the addition of paneer and color to almond burfi.

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  43. The green color halwa looks awesome! We make Kesari in that color sometimes!

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  44. Lovely idea and they look really delicious!

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  45. This is so yummy. I wish I could put my hand out into the browser and grab it and eat!

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