5 cups papaya, grated
6 tbsp sugar
2 1/2 tbsp milk powder
4 tbsp ghee
1 tsp green cardamom powder
15 g cashews, halved (For garnishing)
There are many methods to relish the fruits. Most of the time we choose to eat raw fruits because that is common and advisable. However, adding fruits to a regular dish or preparing traditional sweets is very interesting. Children and adults who usually dodge the fruits will not be able to resist eating sweets. Fruits, just like grains can be prepared in so many varieties. They always retain their original taste and nutrients.
Papaya halwa is a sweet best had as a mid-morning snack or even dessert. If you are tired of having raw fruit or smoothie, it is okay to try a new variety to satisfy your taste buds. Papaya halwa will not disappoint as it is quite easy to make and the fruit is available all through the year as well.
- Papaya is rich in vitamin A and is a good source of fiber. It can also lower cholesterol levels. It is rich in fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants which helps in preventing cholesterol build up in the arteries.
- Papaya is helpful in weight loss, boosting immunity. People with diabetes can also have papaya.
- Additionally, papayas are essential for the eyes, protects against arthritis, improves digestion and also helps ease menstrual pain.
How to make Papaya Halwa Recipe