Halvah refers to a Middle Eastern candy made from ground sesame seeds and honey, and sometimes, dried fruit or nuts. Halvah also spelled as Halva or Halwa is a popular Indian dessert made with various vegetables and flour. It is made from carrots and pumpkin in South of India or Wheat or Besan flour.

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