In the seventh century – hulw was a paste of Dates that was kneaded with milk – which eventually evolved into other forms – including stiffer confections made with wheat or semolina flour and sweetened with fruit paste, syrup or honey and flavoured with nuts, spices or even rose water before deep-frying.
Soon local improvisations were introduced in recipes for halwa and each place had its own unique halwa.
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