Thursday, August 6, 2009

Basen Halwa Winters: Excellent for Growing Children

Picture by Vani's


0.1 1 cup gram flour
1. 1 cup milk
2. 3/4 cup sugar
3. 1/2 cup ghee
4. 1 tsp cardamom powder
5. Handful of finely sliced
6. almonds and pistachios


1. Heat ghee, fry the gram flour until until the flour turns golden
brown in color and a nice aroma comes from it.
2. Add cardamom powder, milk, sugar and keep stirring until the
mixture turns thick
3. Serve it hot, decorated with nuts


  1. Hi Nauman, thanks for letting me know you were using my picture. Can you also put something to the effect of "picture courtesy Mysoorean" and link back to my post or blog? That way, there won't be any issues of copying/copyright that is the bane of the blogging world.

    I can tell you like sweets :) Good recipes too.

  2. Dear Vani i have mentioned your site plus I have added you in favourite links. I am facing a problem that whenever I am trying to insert link in my post its not showing. Kindly guide.

  3. HI Nauman, copy and paste this in the post under the picture -

    Picture by Vani of Mysoorean.

    This should work.

  4. Oops, the html was lost and it came up as a link! Let's try this differently -

    Picture by Vani of (a href='')Mysoorean(/a)

    Now replace all the brackets () with <>

  5. Hi Nauman, few tips that you requested.
    1. Visit other blogs and leave your comments on their posts. One way of making people know your blog exists.
    2. Post as often as you can, to keep interest going.
    3. Enter in food blog events
    4. Join sites like Foodbuzz or En Petit Chef, which allow you to network with other bloggers.

    Hope this helps!