Monday, March 29, 2010

Almond Wheat Rolls

This is actually a sweet from a leftover dessert :) Yes, I made some Badam Kheer/Badam shake for a get together and had some left. Didnt want to have the same dessert again & thus ended up in making a semi badam halwa.The shake is already in liquid form thats why I added wheat flour as it will help in easy solidification and less work ;) But it still ended up beautiful.
You could ideally make it from the scratch, but here I'm going to give the way I made it.



Ingredients
  • 2 cups of almond shake
  • 1/4 cup of wheat flour
  • 2 tbsp of sugar(optional)
  • a pinch pf cardamon
  • few tsp of ghee or clarified butter
Pre-cooking
  • None
Method
  • Heat a  kadai/wok  and add the ghee
  • Then add your almond shake and bring it to a boil.
  • Then slowly add your wheat flour to it and keep stirring.
  • Add the sugar if needed.
  • Once the mixture becomes like halwa it will leave the sides.(You will easily know the consistency as your vessel will become very clean)
  • Eat as such or roll them into your favorite shapes.





Serving suggestions
  • You can drizzle with a few drops of ghee.
Tips
  • Adding more wheat flour will reduce the taste.
Add this goes to my CoL-Leftover Delicacies event



37 comments:

  1. Nice recipe..looks simply delicious..

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  2. superb..mainly loved that very little ghee or butter is needed...can u pls tell how to prepare the almond shake?? sorry for my benightedness..

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  3. This is a very innovative you have used the almond shake.

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  4. Very nice pic..sure looks delectable

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  5. Great idea! Really tempting wheat rolls..Nice pic!

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  6. Rolls or balls or bites..whatever they are, they look splendid dear and right up my alley. I love these no-cook easy to make stuff! What is Almond shake? Is it like readymade drink powder?

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  7. a good recipe from leftover... a beautiful pic too

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  8. wow !! that was a smart move...they r looking yum yum..

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  9. @Lassie, @ Silencesings
    Almond shake is nothing but a little thiner version of Almond kheer or badam kheer. It is often available as badam milk in road side Indian shops!! I will post the recipe one day...

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  10. Wht a creativity ...simly superb...

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  11. great idea to make sweet from leftover..looks too good

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  12. Sounds good,nice entry for the event too :)

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  13. This is a yummy sweet recipe...one to have one

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  14. Very nice and innovative recipe. Loved the simplicity and the rich ingredients.

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  15. Truly very unique and creative..looks awesome dear..

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  16. This is a new dish , sounds really interesting!

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  17. nice blog...first time here..yummy balls....delicious....have added u to my list

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  18. That was a smart move to use your left over sweet!!!Looks delectable :-)
    Very nice click
    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  19. Innovative ,rich n healthy rolls.

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  20. Very interesting and innovative Daisy...what an yummy way to eat leftover badam milk :)

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  21. great idea,,rolls looks yummy yummy...luv your idea....

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  22. Cant beat the feeling when you use up left overs in your kitchen and turn into something delicious.

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  23. so few ingredients and such a splendid creation...superb

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  24. Wow looks very nice recipe with leftovers...Very innovative..
    Looks yumm

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  25. Looks wonderful...healthy snack/tiffin. Gonna try this for sure.

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  26. very innovative! looks delicious!

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  27. Looks delicious! Yummy! Want to grab some... :)

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  28. just sent in my entry. let me know when u get it.

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  29. Healthy one especially for kids

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  30. Looks like white marble balls....so cute...wish I can taste it too :)

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