Pineapple Badam Halwa Recipe
If Indian sweets are your all-time favourite, then you will love this fusion recipe for sure. Halwa is one of the easiest mithais to make and can be prepared at home in no time with just a handful of ingredients. The addition of khoya and almonds in this recipe makes it richer and more filling. If you are a pineapple lover, then this fusion recipe should be next on your list. The sweet dish can be garnished with pineapple bits, almonds, cashews and even raisins before serving. We have used sugar in this recipe, however, you can replace it with a healthier substitute like jaggery, stevia etc. You can bookmark this recipe and prepare it for any festival or special occasion. This recipe will be a hit, especially among the kids. Do try this recipe, rate it and let us know how it turned out to be by leaving a comment in the section below. Happy Cooking!
How to make Pineapple Badam Halwa
Step 1 Chop the pineapple
Firstly, wash the pineapple, peel it and finely chop it into small bits. You can purchase chopped pineapple directly from the market as well.
Step 2 Saute the pineapple
Heat ghee in a heavy pan on medium flame. Add the chopped pineapple and saute in the ghee. Cook the pineapple on medium flame by stirring continuously until the moisture dried up.
Step 3 Prepare the almonds
Boil some water in a pan, add almonds to it and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Now peel the skin of the almonds. Add almonds to a blender and blend them.
Step 4 Halwa preparation
Add almond paste to the pan and continue to sauté till it attains the texture of a halwa. Now add sugar and mix well. Add khoya and keep stirring to avoid it from getting burnt. burning. Once the mixture is mixed well and attains the consistency of halwa, switch off the flame. Mix in cardamom powder.
Step 5 Ready to be served
Garnish the halwa with chopped cashews and almonds. Serve while warm. Enjoy