The Carrot Halwa roll with saffron rabri (condensed milk ) is a carrot-based sweet from Indian subcontinent cuisine. It’s such a delicious and marvellous dessert recipe.
Origin and ingredients of Carrot halwa roll.
As we know, Carrot Halwa is the most popular dessert in India. It consists of milk, khoya, sugar, ghee and carrot these are the main ingredients for this sweet recipe.
In India, this is caller as Gajar ka Halwa, you can serve it hot or cold, the same as beetroot halwa. In the winter season, it served as hot.
But here I served a different way, that you can see in the picture. For this recipe, I prepared a thin crepe, which I used for the carrot roll. The crepe is easy to make. which you can prepare at home.
Carrot roll with saffron based condensed milk, In India it’s called Rabri. Its made with milk and sugar. Rabri is prepared by boiling the milk with slow fire for a long time or until it becomes thick, and then add sugar, nuts, and spices as your liking.
Carrot Halwa roll with saffron rabri is one of the foremost innovative dessert recipes.
Roll with Crepes
Basically, crepes are two types that are sweet crepes and savoury crepes. It’s made with milk, flour, sugar and butter, crepes can be served hot, cold or warm with filling carrot halwa, and the fruit base sauce or toppings.
But the savoury crepes made of non-wheat flour that is buckwheat is gluten-free wheat so those who have a gluten allergy can have it.
Accompaniment of carrot halwa roll
It depends upon you are serving at which temperature if you are serving as a hot or warm it should have, goes with one scoop of flavoured ice cream.
But when you serving as a cold dessert, at that time no need to give any accompaniment or side dish.
Serving Size6 servings
- Amount Per ServingCalories1361
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Saturated Fat 18.8g 94%
- Cholesterol 74mg 25%
- Sodium 393mg 17%
- Potassium 451mg 13%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 5.7g 23%
- Sugars 95.8g
- Protein 37.7g 76%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.