Quinoa flour ... 1/4 cup
Cardamoms .... 2-3 crushed
Ghee or Oil .... 3-4 tbsps
Sugar ............. 5-6 tbsps (adjust according to your taste)
Almonds ... for garnishing
1. In a pan heat the ghee or oil.
2. Add the crushed cardamoms and quinoa flour.
3. Keep stirring until the colour becomes brown.
4. Add water ( three fourth of a cup) .continue stirring.
5. Now add the sugar and simmer. Keep stirring until the sugar melts and the consistency is thick.
6. Garnish with almonds or pistachios.
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Very healthy and delicious sheera.ReplyDelete
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Yes Chandrani.. and tasty too.Delete
Very new halwa version to me...ReplyDelete
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shobha how does this quinoa taste vaiseReplyDelete
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It tastes good Meena.Delete
very unique and healthy halwa..ReplyDelete
Very interesting recipe. I haven't used Quinoa flour before.ReplyDelete
Do try if you can get it.Delete
yummy halwa....never tried....new to me...ReplyDelete
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Wow shobha healthy treat.ReplyDelete
Healthy & unique!!ReplyDelete
Healthy & different taste.ReplyDelete
Wow quinoaflour halwa,thats truly mindblowing.ReplyDelete
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this is a yum recipe Shobha and you have made it perfect for the festive seasonReplyDelete
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Very innovative and delicious halwa. Never used quinoa flour..your click tempts me to make it.ReplyDelete
Must make it Sanoli.Delete
Innovative healthy recipe,looks yumReplyDelete
very interesting n innovative sweet, healthy too...looks very delicious!!ReplyDelete
True Sangeetha, thanksDelete
Super healthy and delicious one !!ReplyDelete
Wow!! so sweet and tasty halwa dear:)ReplyDelete
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