Sunday, January 29, 2012


Here is my papaya halwa recipe,really sweet,sticky and mouth watering one.i searched lots of blog for the recipe of papaya halwa,but disappointed ,all are softy halwa.i want that sticky halwa ,i ate it before .hmmm its my turn..i made it.its easy ,but the stirring work is little hard.its 1/2 hour i  stir it in a low hand told me stop !stop!i cant stop,becoz of that sticky halwa...ha ha no problem,if u work hard ,the result will get superb..thats my mind told the result is superb!!try it and enjoy!!!

Ripe papaya(medium size) – 1

Sugar - 2 cup

Ghee - 4-5 tsp

cashew - 10 nos

cardamom powder- 1/2 tsp

milk - 1 cup

Make cashew into small pieces. Fry the cashews in ghee and keep aside. Boil the milk for 15-20 minutes in medium heat until gets thick. Heat one tbsp ghee in a pan, add the papaya pulps and fry till the smell vanishes. Cook it in medium heat and stir occasionally for 5 minutes. Now add the milk and boil it until milk evaporates, then add the sugar and stir continuously in low heat. Now add the remaining ghee and stir on low heat till the mixture collects in a soft ball or the ghee oozes out. Now add cashews and cardamom powder. Mix well and transfer to the greased plate. Let it rest for half an hour. Cut into desired shapes and serve.


  1. Oh my...this is so interesting. I've never heard of this before. While I found this under the breakfast challenge, is it more like a dessert or actually served for breakfast? I bet a little goes a long way! Sounds so delicious!!

    1. thanks for your comment Linda and it is a dessert and you can serve it as a side dessert.... it is spreadable so you can spread it on bread for breakfast time.....

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