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Sooji Halwa

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Halwa are lavish and rich Indian sweets which have a dessert like texture. They're made out of all sorts of materials which range from lentils and veggies to fruits and grains. Simple to make and thus delicious, Sooji Ka Halwa is usually a personal family beloved. Sooji Ka Halwa is among those extremely fulfilling sweets that hit the sweet spot each and every time! It is really fast and simple to prepare. Semolina in India is known as Sooji, S... Read More..

About Recipe

Rava methai, inippu, Rabha rava Misti

How to make Sooji Halwa

(37 ratings)
131 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
Sooji Halwa
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Other
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : December 07, 2016


Ingredients used in Sooji Halwa
• Water or milk - 2 1/2 cup.
• Butter/ghee - 1/2 cup.
• Mixed nuts and raisins - 1/2 cup.
• Sugar - 1 cup.
• Sooji(also called rava,semolina or farina) - 1 cup.
• Salt - 1 pinch.
• Saffron(optional) - to taste.
Method:
  1. Melt butter in a heavy bottomed pan.Add nuts and then raisins and roast until very lightly colored and the raisins swell.Now add sooji and roast on low flame heat until lightly colored and fragrant.Add sugar and water/milk and increase heat to medium-When most of the water is absorbed, add a pinch of salt and saffron if using.Stir in gently and cover with a lid-Cover and rest for a few minutes before serving





Cooking with images madhur, Rava , sihi





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Halwa are lavish and rich Indian sweets which have a dessert like texture. They're made out of all sorts of materials which range from lentils and veggies to fruits and grains. Simple to make and thus delicious, Sooji Ka Halwa is usually a personal family beloved. Sooji Ka Halwa is among those extremely fulfilling sweets that hit the sweet spot each and every time! It is really fast and simple to prepare. Semolina in India is known as Sooji, Suji or Rava. Sooji halwa can also be typically referred to as Kesari bath within the south region and Sheera in the northern area of India.

 

Generally, Sooji halwa to be the simplest sweet dish is ready on spiritual events as Prasad (offering to God). Sooji halwa is ready throughout various festive events. It's also prepared when you are getting surprise guests visiting your house and if you find nothing available it’s among the simplest sweet dish to be prepared in a really shorter period.

 

These days to offer a twist for the regular sooji halwa a lot of chefs include pineapple pieces, to provide an actual juicy and yummy flavor. Preparing the Sooji halwa is extremely simple. You have to melt butter or desi ghee in the heavy bottomed pan. Add nuts such as the cashew nuts, almonds after which include raisins and roast carefully till the raisins swell just like a balloon and provide a pleasant golden color. Include sooji or semolina and fry properly until you receive a pleasant aroma from the semolina.

 

It's easy to make when therefore I believed I'd share recipe. The secret for you to get Shoji Ka Halwa proper is within the browning of the sooji/ semolina as well as in the ratios of liquid to sooji, so stick to the recipe accurately for the best results.

 

Sooji fried in ghee emanates a delicious fragrant taste. Include sugar and blend and then include water. Boil it well it the water is absorbed give a touch of saffron and salt, the salt improves the sweetness and provides a pleasant taste to the sweet dish. Take it to halwa regularity and cover it having a lid. Those who enjoy having more sweetness in their Sooji halwa can somewhat improve the amount of sugar according to their flavor. Amazing! An easy to use delicious sooji halwa releasing it is the fantastic fragrance of ghee.


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