Indian desserts and sweets are quite intriguing as traditionally there is no dessert course as such and it is eaten alongside your meal. For festive occasions, when sweets are made and exchanged, they eat them as people would a slice or a fudge with tea or coffee. Just like the rest of Indian cuisine there are regional differences as well as cultural variations when it comes to sweet things.
Carrot halwa is very popular and each family has their own recipe. This is my mum’s method and it works.
500 grams carrots, grated
1 litre full fat milk