Kada Prasad | Atta Halwa

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This easy-to-make delicious Kada Prasad Recipe is a super-soft, velvety sweet halwa made with whole wheat flour, ghee, sugar, and lots of love. Try it today!

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About Kada Prasad

Kada Prasad Recipe is a special dessert often served as a prasad in Gurudwaras. It is deeply cherished within the Sikh community and is served as a holy ‘prasad’.

The renowned Michelin Star chef, Vikas Khanna shared his ultimate recipe to prepare the Best Kada Prasad at home. He gave the golden ratio of the ingredients required “1:1:1 2:5”.

So, here’s the only recipe you will need: take 1 cup each of ghee, wheat flour, and sugar, and then 2.5 cups of water. The real secret is in getting these measurements spot on.

Get these ratios right, and you will make the Best Authentic Kada Prasad. So, get your ingredients together and enjoy this delicious sweet treat.

A delightful treat, complete with a spoonful of pure bliss!

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Why You’ll Love This

  • Simple, sweet, and utterly comforting!
  • A traditional classic sweet
  • Smooth, velvety texture
  • Not just a dessert; but a sacred offering
  • Richness and Flavor in Every Bite

How to Make Kada Prasad

Step 1 – Roast the Flour

Heat a pan on low to medium heat. Add ghee to the pan and let it melt.

Once the ghee melts, add the whole wheat flour. Roast the flour on low to medium heat.

Step 2 – Cook till Golden brown

Keep stirring, and make sure there are no lumps. Cook until it achieves a golden brown color.

Step 3 – Combine Ingredients

In a separate saucepan, add water. Place the saucepan on the heat and bring the water to a boil.

Next, add sugar to the mixture.

Pour the hot water into the roasted wheat flour, while stirring continuously. Make sure there are no lumps.

Be careful, as it will splutter when you add the hot water. Continue to stir until the mixture thickens.

Step 4 – Cook Until Ghee Separates

Cook the halwa on medium heat until it thickens and leaves the sides of the pan. This will take another 5-10 minutes.

Continue cooking the halwa over low heat. When the ghee begins to separate from the halwa, this shows that the atta halwa has thickened and cooked well.

Step 5 – Add some Crunch

Sprinkle some chopped nuts such as almonds, cashews, and pistachios. Adding nuts is optional.

Step 6 – Serve

Cook till the ghee starts to separate and has that perfect halwa consistency.

Serve the Atta Halwa hot and enjoy the warm, velvety goodness.

Tips to Make the Best Kada Prasad

  • The key to making the best kada prasad is the right ratio of the ingredients. So, measure the ingredients properly.
  • Don’t skimp on ghee; it’s an important ingredient for getting a smooth texture.
  • It is important to keep stirring to get that lump-free halwa.
  • Traditionally, kada prasad tends to be on the sweeter side but you can adjust the sweetness according to your liking.

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Kada Prasad | Atte ka Halwa

Kada Prasad, also known as Karah Prashad or Atte ka Halwa is not just a sweet dish; it is a sacred offering in Sikh tradition. Enjoy this warm and soulful treat!
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Servings 3 people

Equipment

  • 1 heavy bottomed pan
  • 1 saucepan

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup whole wheat flour (atta)
  • 1 cup ghee (clarified butter)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 1/2 cups water
  • 1/4 cup nuts (almonds and cashews) chopped (optional)

Instructions
 

  • In a heavy-bottomed pan, heat ghee over medium heat.
    1 cup ghee (clarified butter)
  • Add whole wheat flour (atta) and roast it on low to medium heat until it turns golden brown. Keep stirring continuously to avoid burning.
    1 cup whole wheat flour (atta)
  • In a separate saucepan, add water. Bring it to a boil.
    2 1/2 cups water
  • Add sugar to the roasted flour. Then, slowly add the boiled water to the roasted wheat flour, stirring continuously to avoid lumps. Ensure a smooth and lump-free consistency.
  • Cook the mixture on low heat, stirring continuously. The mixture will start leaving the sides of the pan.
    1 cup sugar
  • Add chopped almonds and cashews (if using) to the mixture. Continue stirring until the nuts are well incorporated.
    1/4 cup nuts (almonds and cashews)
  • Once the Kada Prasad achieves a halwa-like consistency and ghee starts separating, it is ready. Serve it warm!

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Notes

  • Take your time to roast the whole wheat flour in ghee patiently.
  • Opt for high-quality whole wheat flour (atta).
  • You can enhance the flavor with cardamom powder. 
  • Achieving the right consistency is crucial. Stir continuously while adding adding water to avoid lumps. The halwa should leave the sides of the pan and have a smooth texture.
  • Atta Halwa is best enjoyed when served hot.
Keyword Atte ka Halwa, Dessert Recipe, Indian Mithai, Kada Prasad, Sweet Recipes

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