Feeling satisfied after the success of having mawa of its purest form - yes the traditional method of making mawa with just 1 healthy ingredient - MILK! Yes, i was surprised too when i found from online resources that all we need is milk to make mawa and here it is ...
You can use this in several recipes including gulab jamuns to cakes. Will update more recipes with mawa soon. Preparing mawa needs lot of patience. 
To make mawa, this is what i did :
1 gallon of whole milk yielded about 250 gms of mawa.

It took me around 3.5 to 4 hrs to get this mawa.
-->Take milk in a heavy bottom pan with flame on number #4 (i guess, this would be somewhere between low to medium if ur stove doesn't have numbers).
--> i have placed 3 steel spoons inside the vessel before pouring milk. (Tip From online resources) to avoid milk sticking to vessel.
--> keep stirring preferably with a wooden spatula.
Step by step pictures :

--> continue stirring until it gets thick and rigourously stir once it gets thicker n thicker. Like i said, one need stamena and patience to get to the most purest/ tastiest form of milk.
I made it as unsweetened, but if you add sugar, you and enjoy as it is.
Once it gets thicker in consistency as shown in the pics, u can let it dry completely and then store it in fridge/freezer based on how frequent you use the mawa.
Finally, yehh, i made mawa!!

Avocado-Spinach paratas

Finally, got to try healthy and simple paratas.this is how i made :
1 Ripen Avocado
1/3 cup chopped spinach
3/4 th cup wheat flour
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder (optional)
Cumin and corriander powder for flavor
2 tbsp yogurt
1 tbsp olive oil (while making dough)
Water to mix.

Mix all the ingredients to make a smooth dough.
Make small dumplings and patties as shown in the pic 

Roll each patty flat until 1/4 th inch thick and cook them on tava/griddle until well done.
Healthy and tasty avocado paratas ready to serve.
I like having rotis/paratas with some kind of dal and yogurt. So, i made mango dal. 

The bland avocado blended well with tangy mango dal, melted in the mouth with chill yogurt :).