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Apple halwa recipe for this Dewali
01: heat the ghee in a kadai or saucepan and add the apples to it.
02: fry the apples for 4-5 minutes or more, stirring often till they soften. when they have become soft, add 1 tbsp water. lower the heat and cook these uncovered for 15-20 minutes.
03: the apples will start to thicken and merge. with a spoon mash the cooked apples and keep on stirring so that the mixture does not stick to the bottom of the pan. you could keep some small chunk sized pieces if you want.
04: now add the sugar. the recipe called for 1 and a half cup sugar, i just made it to 5 tbsp sugar…. sugar also depends upon the sweetness of the apples.
05: i also added cinnamon powder to the halwa…. apples and cinnamon are made for each other
06: continue to stir and cook the halwa till the mixture become one and starts to pull away from the bottom of the kadai.
7: i also could not resist adding vanilla powder to it.
8: increase the heat to medium and continue to cook the halwa, stirring often. when the mixture becomes thick, difficult too move and translucent, remove the pan from fire. i did not want to stir more…. no wrist pain ya…. just that i wanted a little juicy and soft halwa. you could add some sliced or chopped nuts and raisins at this point and continue to cook for 2 minutes more.
09: remove the apple halwa on a greased thali or plate and form into 1 inch thick layer square.
10: decorate it with some halved almonds and pistachois.
11: when cooled cut into squares or diagonal shaped halwa. serve apple halwa warm or cold.

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