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Chana Dal Halwa Burfi

chana dal halwa burfi
Lightweight Chana Dal Halwa Burfi. This delicacy is for those counting their calories and watching their sugar intake. Try the recipe if you want a light-weight burfi, smile emoticon
 which tastes more like chana dal halwa. For more richness, you would need to add triple the amount of ghee and load it with condensed milk or khoya and eliminate water from the recipe . 
Recipe

1 cup - chana dal 
1/4 cup water
3/4 cup milk
sugar as per taste 
1 Tsp-Green cardamom, 1 tbsp roasted til (sesame seeds)
Ghee (clarified butter)- 2 tbsp
A Nonstick pan




Procedure
Soak chana dal overnight or for 6-7 hours and then grind it.
Take a nonstick pan.
Add ghee.
Then add ground dal and roasted sesame seeds. Keep on low flame and keep roasting. It will take a lot of effort. 
Simultaneously keep water, sugar, cardamom, and milk in a pan for boiling.
Once the dal is fried well, add the boiled milk-water-elaichi-sugar combination.
Keep stirring until the dal collects in the center and forms a mass.

Grease an aluminum foil. Pour the roasted dal over it. Press the dal with a plate. Garnish with dry coconut powder.

Cut into pieces and enjoy.

Here is authentic besan burfi recipe.

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