Monday, June 3, 2013

Chocolate Carrot Halwa

Am starting again a week of blogging marathon with theme as Indian dishes with chocolate, obviously my next two dishes are going to be with chocolate as their main ingredient cooked as our Indian dishes. Here comes my first dish for this week's theme, how about a traditional carrot halwa with chocolate touch. Grated carrot cooked in milk and chocolate gives this droolworthy chocolate carrot halwa, apart from it this halwa goes for usual ingredients. When served slightly warm, this halwa tastes absolutely fantabulous and we could nt stop ourselves having this wonderful chocolate carrot halwa.Make some chocolate carrot halwa if you are planning to make carrot halwa next time and kids will truly enjoy this fusion halwa.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this 29th edition.Sending to Viji's SYS-WS - Apple & Carrot.


2cups Carrot (finely grated)
1/2cup Sugar
1/4cup Sweetened Condensed milk
1cup Milk
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
1tbsp Ghee
2tbsp Cocao powder
Few fried cashews

Heat the ghee, fry the finely grated carrots until they gets half cooked.

Add the sugar and condensed milk,milk,cocao powder,cook everything together in medium high flame.

Add the cardamom powder,fried cashew to the cooking halwa and put off the stove once the halwa gets thickens.

Keep aside and let them cool.

51 comments:

  1. Wow Priya, We all love carrot halwa but never thought about adding chocolate to it. Looks yummy..

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  2. Great idea! Looks yum. Definitely going to try it.

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  3. In New Delhi we used to eat carrot halwa all the time, but I definitely prefer it with chocolate, I'm a chocaholic:)

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  4. thats really innovative.. delicious.. :)

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  5. Innovative Idea....Please participate in the event Know your dairy-paneer @ http://accessiblediary.blogspot.in/2013/05/know-your-dairy-event-announcement.html

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  6. Carrot halwa with chocolate.. interesting combo.. must try this once.. And such a drool worthy pic!

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  7. What a lovely dessert, good idea to pair carrots with chocolate!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  8. Adding chocolate is new,looks yum..

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  9. Adding cocoa powder is innovative,Priya,pls pass me the bowl of halwa,i will finished it within a second!!

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  10. Wow chocolate added to the delicious carrot halwa and making it even more tempting... looks absolutely stunning...
    Sowmya
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  11. Wow what a combo akka :) Loved those cute flowers too!! Yum :)

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  12. Chocolate heaven!!! Looks super inviting!

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  13. Very interesting and delicious combo!

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  14. oohh chooper sis.. chocolate oda carrot halwa supera irrukum..

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  15. Thats a nice combination Priya. Lokks very yummy

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  16. Very tempting and mouth-melting dessert akka. Superb idea!

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/06/karela-subzi-stir-fried-bitter-gourd.html

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  17. That is a super cool idea...it must have tasted heaven.

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  18. Nice twist to traditional carrot halwa, Priya. Loving the addition of chocolate to the halwa.

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  19. Chocolate with carrot? What a yummy combination for halwa!! So tempting, Akka!

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  20. Interesting post!! Chocolate halwa will be double treat for any occasions:)

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  21. Love the addition of chocolate into the halwa.

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  22. adding chocholate is such nice idea ...yum

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  23. That is a very interesting twist Priya...only you can think on these lines..super:)))))

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  24. Nice variation akka. never tried adding cocoa powder to carrot halwa

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  25. chocolic dessert super ponga aks.. mouth watering here... thanks for participating on our SYS-W series...

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  26. omg, I've seen cakes with this combo, but halwa sounds more delicious than cakes, simply amazing Priya

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  27. truely a very yummy and healthy halwa... Todays post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/06/paratha-pizza-for-groovy-gourmets.html

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  28. wow..what an idea? sure kids will love this...

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  29. absolutely scrumptious...this is def. one I must try!!!

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  30. You have surely taken this classic dessert to another level!!

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  31. sounds very interesting and innovative,drooling over the picture...

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  32. This would be an absolutely favorite dessert for chocolate lovers. What a beautiful color you got from adding the cocoa powder!

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  33. That is an interesting twist to the classic dish.

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  34. Super ponga Priya... Love to taste ur dish 1 time... :)

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  35. Priya the colour itself is so inviting....lovely creativity

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  36. Wow...chocolate with Indian sweets, lovely theme m the recipes chosen by u are simply superb, excellent combo...carrot choco halwa sounds too delicious...wish to finish that entire bowl now :) looks inviting Priya!

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  37. I can imagen how that will taste great idea priya.

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  38. Awesome Priya, I love carrot halwa and can just imagine how wonderful it must have tasted with cocoa!..very tempting pic..

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  39. yummy chocolate twist to good old carrot halwa.

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  40. Chocolate in carrot halwa....must be tasting yummy

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  41. I am not sure about this one Priya :( I am not a carrot halwa fan too.

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  42. Tempting click and cute presentation..Rich Chocolate carrot cake!!

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