Halwa, the name itself means dessert, is loved not only in India but across various countries in Asia and Europe making it a truly international delicacy. It is a household name in India and finds a place among all kinds of occasions whether they be parties, festivals, marriages or just a special breakfast. Different regions in India are famous for their unique and exotic varieties of halwa, each of them has a different history and tells a different story. The basic ingredients range from flour, sunflower seeds and beans to carrots and pumpkins. These are further enriched by garnishing them with various kinds of nuts and other dry fruits, which gives them a unique texture and taste. The popular term – “Halwa puri khana” denotes how Halwa has become synonymous with celebration in the north Indian region. So when are you ordering halwa to treat your guests at a special occasion?