Main Ingredients:

For Halwa

For Puri

If we talk about halwa puri, it is certainly the most common favorite food of Indian. The Puri here is basically fried flatbread. Most people have it in breakfast, and many people would not mind having it for lunch as well, or for evening snacks, or even for brunch.

You see! It is the perfect dish for anytime cravings. In India, halwa puri can be seen in houses on auspicious occasions and festivals or when any religious activity is being organized.

Not just that, it is also one of the most popular street foods too. As an accompaniment, people often like to have chana and aloo along with halwa puri. Kids as well as the adults love this combo of the three dishes. Most of the kids become a fan of it after they have it for the first time in life.

However, you might feel guilty after eating halwa puri as it is tempting and not much nutritious, but well, a small amount of guilty pleasure and certainly one cheat day is always allowed, right?

Therefore, it is a great dish for your cheat days or when you just simply want to make your day a bit more joyful. This amazing dish is just made for that stuff.   


Preparing Besan Halwa

Take a nonstick cauldron and add ½ bowl ghee and heat it at low flame. Next add 1 bowl of Gram Flour to it and cook it for some time. Mix it nicely at medium flame. Now add 1 bowl of water and mix it continuously for some more time.

Once the water is fully absorbed, add ¾ bowl of sugar to it and stir it well. The Halwa is almost ready now. Finally, add some more ghee and mix it nicely with the halwa.

This will give the much-required shine to the halwa and make it look heavenly delicious. Sprinkle some cardamom and mix it with the halwa and lastly, garnish it with your favorite dry fruits.

Preparing Masala Puri

First of all, take 2 bowl of wheat flour and add salt according to your taste, 1 teaspoon of turmeric, 1 teaspoon of red chilli powder and 1 teaspoon of ajwain (Trachyspermum ammi) and add all these ingredients with wheat flour.

Next, pour 2 tablespoons of oil to the mixture and stir it all again. Don’t forget to add water to the mixture at regular intervals to make a solid dough. Add some oil to the dough.

To fry the masala poori, keep a cauldron having oil in it ready. Role the puri using the rolling pin and fry them in the cauldron. The size of the puri depends upon your choice.

That’s it! Your favorite Halwa puri is now waiting for you to eat it….

Happy Cooking!      

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