Village Food Village YouTube Channel Analytics and Report

Village Food Village Tablero de Estadística & Análisis de YouTube (Datos actualizados en 2019-12-14)
Village Food Village
Se unió a YouTube en: 2016-09-10Área: Estados Unidos  Idioma: Inglés 
Subscriptores Live Sub Count
329K  0.3%
Vistas Totales
92.49M  0.1%
Vistas Promedio
54.1K  0.5%
Videos totales
Etiquetas de canal
Rango Global
59,917th  (Top 1%)
Rango de país/área
13,253rd  (Top 1.8%)
Calificación de Nox
Videos publicados
16  (Mes reciente)
Est. Ingreso de compañero(mensual)
$ 8.02K-$ 24.82K
Est. Ingresos de potenciales
$ 204.74  (Cada Video)
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Vídeos más vistos del canal de YouTube de Village Food Village YouTube Channel
3.6M Vistas· 2019-08-24 Fecha de Publicación· 16.27K Gustos· 1.3K Comentarios

Halwa Sweet Recipe | How To Make Halwa | Halva Making In India | Indian Sweets Making Videos 2019 Halva also halvah, halwa, and other spellings is any of various dense, sweet confections made in the Middle East, Central and South Asia. It is also served in the Balkans, the Caucasus, Eastern Europe, Malta, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and in the Jewish diaspora. In some Indian cultures, the dish is known as a soup-based sweet. Identical sweets exist in other countries, such as China, though these are not generally referred to as "halva". The first known written halvah recipe appeared in the early 13th century Arabic Kitab al-Tabikh It is speculated that Halva or Halwa is associated with Muslims in India, but written records of sweets from Mānasollāsa indicate that semolina halvas, the most popular form of halvas in India, were already known in India, for instance, it mentions a sweet called shali-anna which is semolina based sweet today known as kesari bat. Various types of halva from India are distinguished by the region and the ingredients from which they are prepared. In northern India, the most famous include sooji or suji halva semolina aate ka halva wheat) moong dal ka halva mung bean halva gajar halva carrot which traditionally belongs to Punjab and is referred to as gajrela, dudhi halva, chana daal halwa chickpeas and Satyanarayan halwa variation of suji halwa, with the addition of detectable traces of banana and kaju halva cashew nut. Kashi halva, made from winter melon or ash gourd, is a famous and traditional sweet of Karnataka, and mainly makes a regular appearance in traditional Brahmin weddings. Sooji halwa is sold in many eateries in Karnataka as Kesari bhath, usually alongside pineapple. Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu is known for its wheat halwa. Its preparation is a laborious process that is slowly seeing this sweet disappear Unlike other sweets, the extra ghee is not drained out but forms an outer layer. This increases the shelf life of the halwa. The unique taste of the halwa is attributed to the perennial Thamirabranai. Please Share & Subscribe For More Village Food Recipes Youtube - facebook page - Facebook group Google plus - Twitter -

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