Wheat Halwa- Kada Prasad is a rich and delicious dessert (prasad) prepared with wheat flour, sugar, and ghee. A quick, easy and under 30-minute recipe!!
Do I really need to say anything about this recipe? Wheat Halwa- Kada Prasad is a flour-based prasad that is served at all Gurudwaras around the globe.
On a Sunday morning, Gurudwara’s (a worship place for Sikhs or Guru ka darbar), are filled with a sweet smell of Kadah Prasad and this halwa is offered to every one who visits the place.
This place is so divine and peaceful that you forget everything for a moment.
Early in the morning, the Bhai-Ji at our Gurudwara prepare karah prasad by stirring it continuously and singing hymns in praise of Waheguru (the supreme lord).
After the Ardas (prayer ceremony), prasad is distributed by sevadars (voluntary service) and all the people (Sangat) advance towards Langar (simple food offered by Guru’s kitchen).
No matter how close we try to come in preparing this halwa but the one distributed at gurudwara is so divine and has its own rich taste.
How to make Wheat Halwa- Kada Prasad?
This is the most simple and easy halwa recipe. Follow a few tricks to a smooth and creamy textured halwa-
- Ghee is a must for this recipe. If atta feels dry, feel free to add some more ghee during the browning process.
- Before adding sugar make sure the flour is light brown in color.
- Do not pour all the sugar water at once. Add water slowly to the cooked flour to avoid lump formation.
- Traditionally, gurudwara halwa is made ONLY with wheat flour. But at times, I have added 1 teaspoon sooji (semolina) to this recipe and it tastes great. Sooji adds a great texture and crunch to this halwa.
From my kitchen to yours a simple yet easy recipe of Wheat Halwa- Kada Prasad.
Let me know in the comments if you try this recipe. Feel free to contact me with any questions or inquiries, and I would be happy to answer them.
Wheat Halwa- Kada Prasad
- Assemble all the ingredients.
- Add ghee to a heavy bottomed pan. Add wheat flour and keep stirring on a medium flame. Meanwhile, in a separate pan combine sugar and water. Mix and until sugar is completely dissolved in water. Set it aside.
- Keep stirring wheat flour until the color changes from pale brown to dark brown – for about 7-9 minutes. Turn the gas dial to low and while stirring mix in the sugar water that we had prepared earlier in the recipe. Add water slowly to avoid any lump formation. Keep stirring. Stir in Eliachi powder and mix until well blended
- At first the halwa will be in a liquid state. Keep stirring and soon it will start to thicken. Take it off the flame.
- Garnish with silvered almonds.
- Serve hot and Enjoy!!