Milky Halwa


Milky Halwa Recipe

The word halwa is derived from the Arabic word for “sweet”. The confection comes in a variety of different types, but this milky halwa recipe will be your favorite.

Milky Halwa
Milky Halwa

Ingredients;

  • 100 grams of butter,
  • 1 cup of all purpose flour (the cup is: 200 ml.),
  • 1 liter of milk,
  • 1 egg yolk,
  • 2 cups of granulated sugar,
  • 1 packet of vanilla (5 grams).

Process of Milky Halwa Recipe

Firstly, melt the butter in a pot.
Add the flour and cook it by stirring constantly until the color of the flour changes.
Then add the half of the milk in the pot and mix it well.
Finally add the milk left and granulated sugar and continue to cook by stirring constantly until it gets thick.
After it gets thick enough, add the vanilla and mix well then remove it from the stove.

Pour the milky mixture in small casseroles and place them in a baking tray.
Pour water in the tray. (the water level should be the half of the casseroles)
Bake them in the preheated oven at 200°C until their tops get golden brown.
After baking, sprinkle some cinnamon or walnut, hazelnut pieces on them and serve hot.

This milky halwa recipe is for 7 people.

The amount of the sugar can change according to your desire.
If you want, you can use a ground pyrex instead of casseroles.
Please place a bowl full of water separately in the oven while baking so their tops can not get dry.

Milky Halwa
Milky Halwa

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