16 July 2023Go to recipeFood home
If you are trying to eat healthy and have a sweet tooth like me, once you realise how easy this wholesome recipe is, it is going to become one of your favourites, especially in winter, when we have abundance of pumpkins around us! This recipe is also way easier to make and low effort than the traditional pumpkin halwa recipe.
Roasting the pumpkin instead of cooking on pan, not only saves you the hassle of standing by the stove and keep stirring it, it also adds this beautiful roasted sweetness to the halwa, and in my opinion you don't have to add as much sweetener on top, the natural sweetness does most if the job.
You can obviously add whatever nuts you prefer in this recipe, these are the ones I like to add to my halwa. If you can get your hands on Kishmish (dried grapes) from a speciality store, please do! It'll add that extra bit of texture in the halwa.