Bread Halwa

One unique thing about muslim weddings, the wedding lunch menu remains the same. Its briyani ( veg and non veg) , the brinjal side dish and bread halwa. My favorite part ofcourse is Halwa . I learnt to make the perfect bread halwa in a Briyani Workshop conducted by Chennai Food Guide. It did give me the confidence to make Briyani and the Bread Halwa .

On to the recipe now.


Bread - 1 full packet ( milk bread )
Oil for deep frying 
Khoya - 1 cup 
Sugar - 2 cups
Ghee - 3 tbsp
Dry fruits - 1/2 cup

Cut the bread into small pieces
Deep fry them in hot oil and set it aside on a kitchen paper
You can alternatively roast the bread in an oven until its golden brown in color
In a heavy bottomed wok, heat the ghee and fry the dry fruits in it.
Slowly add the fried or baked bread followed by khoya and sugar.
Please take care to adjust the sugar according to the taste of the khoya that you are adding
Keep a low flame and keep stirring well until all the ingredients blend well.
The choice of dry fruits is entirely to suit you taste and to make the dish more rich in taste and texture.

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Varada's Kitchen said...

This recipe is new to me. Very interesting.

Srivalli said...

Looks so very sinful Kamalika, so nicely done..

Saras said...

Such a easy halwa.. yummy

Sneha's Recipe said...

Would love to dig my spoon into this halwa.

Pavani said...

Bread halwa looks amazing.

Harini R said...

Sinful halwa!

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said...

Halwa looks yum kamalika!

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

I have never tasted bread halwa and this surely is my kind!

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