Gajar Halva, also known as Carrot Halwa, is a traditional Indian sweet made with grated carrots, ghee (clarified butter), milk, sugar, and a hint of cardamom. It is a rich and indulgent dessert that is enjoyed during festivals, celebrations, and special occasions. The grated carrots are cooked in ghee until they become soft and tender. Then, milk is added and simmered until it reduces and thickens the mixture. Sugar is added to sweeten the halva, and it is flavored with aromatic cardamom. The result is a creamy, sweet, and fragrant dessert that is often garnished with nuts like almonds and pistachios. Gajar Halva is best enjoyed warm and can be served as a standalone dessert or paired with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.