The list of nutritional value of an apple is long and varied- it is packed with vitamins, (such as vitamin C, vitamin K, Vitamin B6), minerals (such as riboflavin, potassium copper, manganese and magnesium) organic compounds; phytonutrients and flavonoids (such as epicatechin, quercetin and phloridzin).
Apples are also a great source of antioxidants. Eating an apple per day supplies you with about 12% of the daily fibre requirement.
Adjust the quantity of sugar depending on how sweet the apples are. Use less if the apples are really sweet.
Mawa/khoya can be added to the halwa to enhance the taste.
you can add nuts of your choice.
Total Time (Minutes): 20
2 apples, large [around 1.5 cups grated apples]
1.5 tablespoons ghee, clarified butter
¼ cup + 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
cinnamon powder as pr your taste
¼ teaspoon cardamom powder
Sliced almonds, to garnish
Wash apples and peel them. Cut into slices and run them into a food processor till the apples are finely grind.
In a pan, heat ghee on medium heat. Once hot, add the apples.
Cook the apples till all the water is evaporated, it takes around 7-8 minutes.
Now, add sugar and mix. Also add cinnamon powder, nutmeg and cardamom powder.
As the sugar melts, the halwa will again become liquidy.
Cook for 5 minutes stirring continuously till all water evaporates.