“Aloo ka Halva” Recipe in Hindi, Vrat “Aalu Halva” – “Potato Halva Recipe”


Aloo Ka Halwa Recipe – Potato Halwa Recipe Video- Phalahari Aloo Halwa

Aloo halwa is usually prepared especially for various religious fasts and taste delicious. Making potato halwa is easy as it’s prepared quickly.

Aloo Ka Halwa – Vrat recipe आलू का हलवा

Aloo Ka Halwa is home made sweet. It is very good recipe during fast (Vrat).

How to make Aloo Ka Halwa – Potato Halwa – vrat Dessert food recipe – food for fasting

for navratri vrat, JANAMASTAMI VRATA, MAHASHIVRATRI OR EKADASHI VRAT

Aloo (potato)  ka halwa is a popular Indian phalahari dessert. It is prepared from the mix of boiled poatatoes, ghee, cream and sugar. There are so many special days like Ekadashi, Navratri, Shivratri when people keeps fast. This is a very simple n easy recipe for potato lovers or those who keep fast in special days.

Ingredients:

4 medium size potatoes

Sugar as needed

2 tbsp ghee

2 tsp cream

½ tsp Cardamom powder

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