Friday, 5 February 2016

Kesar Milk Halwa/Saffron Milk Halwa

Milk Halwa aka Thiratti paal is my most favourite sweets among all varieties of milk sweets exists in our Indian cuisine. Though thiratti paal asks for a long cooking process, i dont mind to make this ultimate sweet at home whenever i feel like having few spoons. Trust me i have even spend more than half an hour for cooking two cups of milk to get this beautiful sweet. I love it that much, my neighbour gave me full fat organic milk few days back as her daughter owns a organic farm. Obviously i couldnt resist to make my favourite thiratti paal with that organic milk.Actually thiratti paal is almost like paal khova but lemon juice is added in final stage of cooking to make this halwa.Nothing can beat this fantastic milk sweet, enjoy it at room temperature or chilled, all will definitely fallen in love with this sweet.

Saffron Milk Halwa, Kesar Thirattipal

As i told earlier, today's post is going to be a part of this week's blogging marathon as am running this week's blogging marathon with Indian Mithai as theme. Coming to this Milk halwa, this sweet asks for easy ingredients though the cooking process goes time consuming.However if you have sweet tastebuds, this halwa will definitely please them. This halwa makes an excellent sweet to share with your loved ones.Though many versions of milk halwa exists, i love this traditional way of preparing this halwe. Even a microwave method of milk halwa do exists and its quite easier to prepare as this microwave version is prepared simply with sweetened condensed milk and lemon juice or curd to make. If you want this quick version, do check my chocolate thiratti paal.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#61.

Kesar Milk halwa, Saffron Milk Halwa

1litre Full fat milk
3/4cup Sugar
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
1tsp Lemon juice
1tbsp Butter
Few saffron strands
Chopped nuts

Bring boil the full fat milk in a non stick pan in low medium heat, stir it continously.

Once the milk gets reduced to half the quantity, add the sugar,saffrons strands, cardamom powder and stir continously, dont forget to scrap the sides of the pan.

Once the milk turns thick, add the lemon juice and cook in medium flame until the mixture turns thick, put off the stove.

Finally add the butter and mix.

Enjoy topped with nuts either at room temperature or chilled.

Thirattipal, Saffron Milk Halwa

14 comments:

Varadas Kitchen said...

Creamy and delicious. Your pictures are awesome!

Usha Rao said...

Halwa looks divine. I am sure it is worth spending all that preparing it. Mouthwatering! I just finished my dinner and would not mind this bowl for dessert. 😀😊

vaishali sabnani said...

Looks absolutely delicious , rich and tempting !

beena stephen said...

Mouthwatering pickle

Sapana Behl said...

Kesar milk halwa looks so rich and delicious.I would love to finish it all.

Sowmya :) said...

I like your neighbour and I love this halwa...my favorite sweet!

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Absolutely delicious looking thiratupaal.As you said its worth to spend time for the heavenly taste sweet..

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Looks rich and creamy.. yum

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

What a lovely dessert it and is totally worth the effort. My boys have been asking me to make some tharattipaal for a long time and now I am tempted too!

Gayathri Kumar said...

Such a rich and creamy milk halwa. Am drooling here..

Pavani N said...

What a creamy & delicious looking halwa Priya. I wish I could get a spoon full of it right now :-)

Harini-Jaya R said...

Creamy, rich and divine.

Srivalli said...

That's surely one sinful sweet Priya..

Chef Mireille said...

looks so thick and creamy and love the color