Whenever there is left over bread at home, dried and crumbled to be used then, prepare bread halwa. Its is called double ka meetha and Shahi tukda in some places of india.Its easy to make and heavenly to taste.


Ingredients:-

White bread - 10 slices
Milk - 2 cups
Ghee -7 tsp
Sugar -2 cups
Fried cashew nuts and Almonds -2 tsp
Cardamom Powder -1/4 tsp


Method:

  1. Cut the bread slices into small pieces and fry in 2 tsp spoons of ghee, till slight brown.
  2. Add ghee in a small pan and add cashew nuts and Almonds and fry till golden color.
  3. Boil milk, add sugar,cardamom powder and keep stirring till sugar completely dissolves in the milk . Then add fried bread pieces and continue heating on slow flame.
  4. Add 3 more tsp spoons of ghee and keep stirring, till the ghee sucks out.
  5. Then Garnish with fried Almonds and cashews.
    Serve hot or cold.It tastes both good warm and cold. If ghee is not sufficient add some more.
Note:-This will be good for nearly 2 weeks but you will have to keep it in fridge. Whenever you have it, make it a little hot and eat. It will be really good.

20 Comments:

  1. Happy cook said...
    I have heard so muchabout this bread halwa, nevr hadthem.
    Looks so sweet and delicious
    Devi Priya said...
    My friends mom use to make it for Eid! And we all enjoyed it when we were young. Never made it by myself..
    Asha said...
    My friend in college brought to college once, I am in love with it ever since, but never at home so far!Must try, looks yummy!:))
    Indranee Batabyal said...
    Sireesha! I have no words to express my gratitude for you:) Thank you very much for passing me the award, I wish I could treat you with your favorite gulab jamun:) They are my all time favorites too. Another favorite is kaju barfi.This bread halwa looks great and is a unique recipe. I'll definitely prepare it.
    Cham said...
    Looks delicious ur halwa , i had this sweet but never did at home :)
    Uma said...
    delicious halwa.
    ranji said...
    bread halwa!!!very creative dessert..never had it b4..looks very tempting..thanks for sharing.
    Sagari said...
    deleciouss bread halwa sireesha
    Suma Rajesh said...
    its too good...looks tempting
    Kalai said...
    Halwa looks too good, Sireesha!! Congrats on the awards, too, dear! :)
    Madhavi said...
    Hummm lovely halwa recipe, looks gooooooooood!!!
    sowmya said...
    looks delicious..i have one bread pudding recipe in my blog..do see it you find time..
    Jyothsna said...
    Nice halwa! I've blogged a custard shahi tukda before. This looks yum!
    Indranee Batabyal said...
    Hey Sireesha,you're flooded with your well-deserved awards, so I cannot help passing you the same award once again:) Congrats and cheers!
    Aartee said...
    i have eaten shahi tukda made by friends and never got a good recipe until i found yours! thanks for sharing..
    Swati Raman Garg said...
    wowy i lovee bread halwa and make it often... i even make bread banana halwa.. do check it... this is such a treat na sireesha....
    ramya said...
    Bread halwa looks drooling.......
    Aditi..............:) said...
    Hey Lovely halwa!!! Its so soft and tender...it must really melting in the mouth!! will try it :)
    Sharmila said...
    This is something new for me!!
    You certainly have some very good recipes.
    SravaniAravind said...
    nice & yummy taste
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