You can say that this is a real halva is not prepared like this, but this is what excites everyone who tries this dish. And it tastes like a real Oriental sweetness with a secret ingredient that can be found in every kitchen.
First, prepare the caramel.
In a bowl with thick walls, pour sugar, pour water, mix and boil.
When the mixture begins to bubble, add the butter (you can cold), mix.
Still boil, the mixture darkens even more (caramelized).
Then add one tablespoon of sour cream. Do not worry, the mixture will become thinner, but then
it will thicken (the photo shows the consistency of solidifying caramel).
While the caramel cools down a little, prepare the base.
Walnuts (peeled) can be pre-calcined in a frying pan to taste better
Then we pour nuts and bread into the blender bowl and grind them to crumbs.
In the bowl of the blender, pour the caramel and work again with the blender. At this point, you can
add honey, but we like to decorate with nuts and pour honey on top.
Next, put it in a silicone mold and put it in the freezer for 30-40 minutes/in the refrigerator overnight.
You can replace walnuts with peanuts, sunflower seeds, or make a mixture – here's the deal
You can also experiment with honey. Buckwheat and chestnut – brighter,
bitter, and acacia and lime – sweet, cozy, "winter", which are perfectly combined with black tea.
The option suggested in the recipe goes well with black coffee.
So don't be afraid of new combinations.