Mung dal halwa is a sweet dessert made from mung beans, ghee, milk, sugar, and flavored with cardamom and nuts. The mung beans are first soaked for a few hours, then drained and ground into a coarse paste. The paste is then cooked with ghee until it becomes golden brown and aromatic.
Next, milk is added to the mixture and it is allowed to cook until the milk is absorbed and the mixture becomes thick and creamy. Finally, sugar is added to the mixture along with some cardamom powder and chopped nuts, and it is cooked until the sugar has dissolved and the mixture becomes glossy.
The halwa can be served hot or cold and is often garnished with more nuts or raisins. It is a popular dessert in many parts of India and Pakistan, and is especially enjoyed during festivals and special occasions.