How can anyone NOT get wheat flour halwa right? Me. It is highly possible with me. Halvas and I don't go along well together. I have at least abandoned Moong Dal Halwa for the rest of my life. After 3 trials and failures at it, I think that halwa has tested my patience enough.
|what to do if aate ka halwa does not turn out right?|
But after making this aate ka halwa, instead of throwing it away I called my mom up and told her "something about this aate ke halwa does not feel right, it is kind of stretching, and is chewy, not halwa-like, I think I poured in milk before roasting the wheat flour properly, and I have already added sugar and almonds to it - what should I do now?"
She told me to add some more wheat flour to the ruined aate ka halwa that I have. Try forming a paratha dough without adding water, add only if absolutely necessary. Then divide the dough equally.
|add wheat flour to halva, make dough, divide into balls|
|roll out the dough like you would a paratha and roast it with ghee like a paratha|
There you go. No one will know the sweet paratha was a result of wheat-flour-halvah-gone-wrong.
|sweet paratha made from wheat flour halwa|
Tell me one dish you (almost?) screwed up and how (if?) you fixed it.
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