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Name: Robert Watson 9th October 2009
"cornflower" I assume you mean Corn flour .
Name: James 16th March 2011
It's all right. I added some chilli powder while frying (my mad Thursday I guess) and in the mixture some chilli seeds in the mixture. I cooked some ordinary ones as well to see what they actually taste like. Not bad. Prefer mine though. Many of our wartime recipes are plain. Most spices and herbs just weren't available to ordinary people. Having such big limitations did make cooks very inventive though. Many wartime dishes are good to revisit with a modern twist and many are very healthy. The Cookit Team
Name: Kieran 16th June 2011
looks tasty
Name: Kate 11th October 2011
This is a great recipe it slims it down in steps
Name: Clare 15th October 2011
Is "Toll" a cross between "toss" and "roll"?! Well spotted, the recipe has been amended. Thanks. The Cookit Team.
Name: Joe 19th November 2011
love it
Name: Aguzz 19th March 2012
CARROT HALWA1 lb carrots (2 cups aretgd carrots)3 to 4 tablespoons ghee (or clarified butter), divided use1 1/2 cups whole milk1 cup sugarcashew nuts, raisins, almonds, and pista (if required)Peel the carrots. Grate the carrots preferably using a hand-held grater. If not, use a blender.Pour 3 teaspoons of ghee in a heavy saucepan. Put the aretgd carrots into the pan and cook it for 3-4 minutes.Add the milk and boil till it gets thick, stirring occasionally.Once it starts thickening, stir continuously. Add sugar and cook further till it thickens. Stir on low heat till the mixture becomes soft or the ghee oozes out.*Once it has reached the required level of consistency, fry some raisins and cashews in ghee, in a separate vessel.Spread the halwa in a plate and decorate the raisins and cashews on the top.Please note that it is better to use low heat to cook the recipe.
Name: Rehaan 16th December 2012
Cool and im using for my project
Name: Gill 14th December 2013
cool
Name: Keila Sicilia 11th March 2014
instead of using margarine can i make my own homemade butter and use that instead?
Name: Mrs Henry 26th March 2014
fantastic recipe i love it
Name: Ben Randall 30th November 2014
Cant be the right amount of corn flour!!!!!
Name: Ella Age 11 25th February 2015
Tryed and failed :( wrong amount of corn flower
Name: Masha 22nd February 2016
Looks good ill use it for my ww2 project :)
Name: Mot Site 22nd March 2016
Good
Name: Leigh-Anne Roberts 1st December 2016
hi i am using this for my world II project
Name: Willow 17th September 2017
Hope this goes well! I'm using it for my World War Two homework! 🤞

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