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Apr 092015
 

 

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Kadda Prashad or Prasad or Prasada is a dense pudding made with whole wheat flour and clarified butter or ghee offered to devotees at all Sikh Gurudwaras or temples across the globe. It is deliciously sinful but also very easy to make. Its ladden with ghee and has a lot of calories but once in a while its okay to indulge in it. Right? 😛 Like any halwa it requires the right proportion of ingredients and gets ready in no time. It is also known as degh, tribhavli for equal measures of sugar, flour and ghee.

My mother has always made Sooji ka Halwa but I never had Attey ka Halwa at home except Gurudwaras. I got this authentic recipe from a friend, Sonu Mahajan whom I met on a food group on FB. We have never met in real life and talked once on phone but I feel I have some relation with her , may be prior birth :). Whenever I talk to her on web I feel she is my sister from another Mother. I thank Almighty for making us friends and for the bond we share. This post goes out to you Sonu! Love you Partner :*

Directions:

1. Add Ghee or Clarified butter in a wok or kadhai.

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2. Add Whole Wheat Flour to the melted ghee.

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3. Keep tossing it on medium low flame till it turns dark brown in colour. You can moderate the temperature of flame from high to medium to low. But ensure to keep tossing continuously for it can burn. It should take good 15 minutes.


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4. In the meanwhile heat water in a container and bring it to a boil.


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 5. Once the flour has roasted and achieved the dark brown colour add sugar and combine.


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6. At this stage add water and turn the Flame OFF. No sim no low but OFF.

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7. Now keep stirring it till the water and flour has become dense into a semi solid, gooey form. Ensure there are no lumps. The test of doneness is when the halwa has centred and leaves the sides.


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 8. Serve hot and enjoy.

You can even try the Langar wali Dal served at Sikh Gurudwaras.

Try other Halwa recipes of Sooji Halwa, Kaddu ka Halwa, Gajar ka Halwa, Swang ke Chawal ka Halwa, Seb Dalia Halwa.

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Attey Ka Halwa Gurudwara Style| Whole Wheat Flour Halwa | Kadda Prashad | Karha Prasad
Serves 3
Delicious Whole Wheat Flour Halwa or pudding which is served at Sikh Gurudwaras.
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Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour or Atta
  2. 1 Cup Ghee or Clarified Butter
  3. 1 Cup Sugar
  4. 2 Cup Water
Instructions
  1. Add Ghee or Clarified butter in a wok or kadhai.
  2. Add Whole Wheat Flour to the melted ghee.
  3. Keep tossing it on medium low flame till it turns dark brown in colour. You can moderate the temperature of flame from high to medium to low. But ensure to keep tossing continuously for it can burn. It should take good 15 minutes.
  4. In the meanwhile heat water in a container and bring it to a boil.Once the flour has roasted and achieved the dark brown colour add sugar and combine.
  5. At this stage add water and turn the Flame OFF. No sim no low but OFF.
  6. Now keep stirring it till the water and flour has become dense into a semi solid, gooey form. Ensure there are no lumps. The test of doneness is when the halwa has centred and leaves the sides.Serve hot and enjoy.
Notes
  1. If you like to add any dry fruits you can add them with the water.
Adapted from Sonu Mahajan
Adapted from Sonu Mahajan
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Comments

  1. i've never had the gurudwara halwa , but heard a lot of people raving about it . this recipe looks delicious and easy , giving it a try soon 🙂 <3 by the way this space looks so beautiful 🙂

  2. Thanks Vidhyalakshmi 🙂

  3. If you havnt tried the Halwa in a Gurudwara you have missed one of the biggest pleasures of life. Try that for sure! And then you can try having it at home 🙂 Thank you for all your appreciation 🙂

  4. Gopa Bhatta Cafeland says:

    wosome

  5. Ruchika Adi Mishra says:

    Yum yum. …gonna try dis today only

  6. Wooooow it's incredible dear

  7. wow Halwa looks amazing. I'll try it soon.

  8. Vini Baweja says:

    Test m best yummyyyyyy

  9. I LOVE PUNJABI FOOD .

  10. IN GURUDWARA SAHIB FOOD IS SO TASTY .YUMMY .

  11. Ritu Gupta says:

    my mouth started watering :p

  12. Thank You Ruchika.. lemme know if you like it. Do share the picture 🙂

  13. Thankyou Melinda Mendes Fernandes you are very kind 🙂

  14. Thank you soo much Shilpi 🙂 Lemme know if you like it.

  15. Shaila Angadi says:

    easy recipe

  16. Sowjanya Vemaraju says:

    I did it it's so yummy and tasty thanks for the recipe