recipe comes from a web site which gives a first
class insight into Indian Cooking, what it is
about and how to create some of the recipes in
your own home.
is the web site of Suvir
Saran, a native of New Delhi, India, who
was raised on traditional Indian cooking. He is
a passionate and inventive cooking teacher as
well as a sort of unofficial ambassador of Indian
culture; wherever he goes (in India, Europe and
the United States) he finds himself teaching people
- colleagues in classes and jobs, strangers in
airports and on the street - to love the food
and culture of his native country.
learn more why not visit Suvir Saran's own
web site - click
Halwa, Lentils and Bean Halwa, Wheat Flour Halwa
and Semolina Halwa are all popular desserts in
India. Apple Halwa can be made the same way and
it has an interestingly sweet and tart taste.
In Indian homes, a form of milk cooked until all
the water has evaporated-known as khoya is used.
Condensed milk is a nice substitute".