Be-It Pum

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" Be-It Pum " A.K.A ( Beatroot and Pumkin Halwa ) :

It's an Indian delicious sweet with pinch of Chilly flakes as toppings served as dessert. The Beat and Pumkin gives yummy sweet delicious taste and chilly flakes add twist to the taste.

Preparation Time : 30 mins

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Step 1: Ingredients :

- Two table spoon Ghee
- 300 ml Milk
- 100 gms grated Pumkin
- 100 gms grated Beatroot
- 100 gms sugar
- Pinch of chilly flakes

Step 2: ( Pumkin Part )

- Heat 1 tablespoon Ghee in a pan at medium flame

Step 3: ( Pumkin Part )

- Add 100gms of grated Pumkin and stir it continuously becomes soft ( 4 to 5 mins approx ).

Step 4: ( Pumkin Part )

Add 150ml of Milk and continue to stir till the milk evaporates ( 4 to 5 mins approx )

Step 5: ( Pumkin Part )

Add 50gms of sugar and continue to stir it till it becomes Yellow Shiny.

Place the Yellow Shiny Pumkin dessert in a bowl.

Step 6: ( Beatroot Part )

Heat 1 tablespoon of Ghee in a pan at medium flame

Step 7: ( Beatroot Part )

Add 100gms of Beatroot and stir it continuously till it becomes soft on medium flame. ( 4 to 5 mins approx )

Step 8: ( Beatroot Part )

Add 150 ml of Milk and continue to stir it till Milk evaporates.

Step 9: ( Beatroot Part )

Add 50gms of Sugar and continue to stir till it becomes shiny red ( Approx 4 to 5 mins )

Step 10: Serve the Dessert :)

Sprinkle pinch of chilly flakes and serve the Dessert ( Hot ) in a plate or bowl.

- 2 Servings

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    grannyjones

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Beets are such a versatile vegetable, but I never thought of them as a dessert. How clever!