In Sikhism, Karah is a type of semolina halva made with equal portions of whole-wheat flour, clarified butter, and sugar. It is offered to all visitors to the Darbar Sahib in a Gurdwara. It is regarded as a treat for attendees of Gurmat seminars
Preparation Time: 10-12 Mins
· 1 Cup of Flour/Aata
· 2 Cups of Water
· 1 Cup of Ghee
· 1 Cup of Sugar
· Almonds to Garnish
· Heat 2 Cups of Water in a Vessel
· Add 1 Cup of Sugar to the water and let it melt
· Once the sugar has melted, switch off the flame and keep the vessel aside to cool.
· Pre-Heat a Kadai/Wok and add 1 Cup of Ghee to it
· Slowly Add the Flour/Aata and keep stirring the Flour/Aata gradually as you add it, so that there are no lumps in the mixture.
· Gradually finish adding the whole Flour/Aata and keep stirring accordingly
· As soon as you see that the Ghee separates from the Flour/Aata and the Flour/Aata starts leaving the Kadai/Wok and it changes color to a slightly brown color
· Add the Sugar water which was kept aside by you earlier.
· The Sugar would then add a caramelized color to the Flour/Aata and it would slowly start showing the true brown color.
· Keep mixing/stirring along the way and finally it should completely start leaving the Kadai/Wok
· Let it rest for a minute and garnish it with grated/slit almonds and serve it hot.
· You can store this Kada Prasad/Halwa in an air-tight container in a fridge and heat it a bit whenever you wish to serve it.