Saturday, 29 December 2012

Gajar ka halwa with little bunny

I sometimes feel my brain has moved to my legs,
when ever I walk I get nice ideas, this one for example...

Gajar ka halwa with little bunny (all veg)

Step 1. Ingredients for 1 mean person & a little bunny

3 carrots 
(out of it 1/2 carrot one should eat is raw in order to provide an indicate to ones stomachs that  gajar ka halwa is coming in so that the stomach can do the pre-preparation)
1 lt. milk
1/2 tea spoon malai
Little Bunny (fresh)

Step 2. Boil the milk 

Keep boiling it & stirring occasionally...

Step 3. On the side wash the carrots, peal its skin, grate them (grating ones fingers along with the carrot does not add to the taste so better keep them off)
Add grated carrot to the boiling milk.

Keep boiling & stirring occasionally. 

At this point the little bunny will try to hoop on to his favourite carrots, keep him away for some time, next is his turn to go in anyway...

Step 4. Lure the little bunny with the carrots & slip him in the boiling pot smoothly...

You people with non-veg instincts can't you think of any thing else? keep your hands off the little bunny... He is here for a kind purpose. Lets go back on Step 4.

Step 4. Drop in 1/2 tea spoon malai, continue boiling till the milk is completely absorbed by the carrots. Stir occasionally.

Step 5. When the milk is completely absorbed by the carrot add in sugar to taste & stir until  it melts in (secrete ingredient here-adding a bit to jaggery will brig in a light creme colour to the halwa with smooth taste).

Step 6. Take it off the gas, sprinkle cardamom & dry fruits. Cutting almond in fine slices adds to taste & proves that one is a professional killer. 

Step 7. Serve hot, one for oneself & one for the little bunny ;)

Once one completes this kind purpose of serving the little bunny one can go back to Step 4 (red & orange colour illustration) and do the undone as illustrated...enjoy Gajar ka halwa with little bunny.

Thursday, 27 December 2012