Showing posts with label evening snacks. Show all posts
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28 Sep 2016

SEMOLINA PUDDING ( SOOJI KA HALWA OR RAWA KESHARI)

Hello everyone

Semolina pudding or sooji ka halwa is a very simple yet super Delicious dessert you can prepare in minimum time and enjoy any time. It is also called rawa keshari with little orange ( keshari) colour in it.
The ideal proportion for this pudding is 1:1:2:4 :: semolina:ghee:sugar:water
But being a calorie conscious mom I used to balance ingredients according to necessity only . Even then the end product was nothing less than ghee and sugar laden authentic rawa keshari.

In addition I added lots of almonds and few walnuts too for making it much more nutritious to my fussy eater.
This is one of the important dish from Navratri bhog also. So this navratri prepare it and offer to Goddess Durga .


Sharing mine version of sooji ka halwa. Hope you all will enjoy this healthy cum yummy delight.
Recipe is given below. Couldn't  take stepwise pictures as prepared for kids tiffin in hurry but will explain to my knowledge best. Do try and share your experience with me.

SEMOLINA PUDDING ( SOOJI KA HALWA OR RAWA KESHARI)



Serves:3-4
Time: 20-25 mins


Ingredients

3/4 cup coarse semolina ( sooji / rawa)
Ghee as per need
3/4 +cup sugar ( as per taste)
3cup +Water ( as per need)
Handful almonds and few walnuts, ground to fine powder along with 2-4 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp green cardamom powder
Few drops edible orange colour ( optional)



METHOD:

Heat 2-3 tbsp of ghee in a wok and add semolina. Saute stirring constantly on medium flame till golden brown  and nice aroma starts to come . If going to add colour then saute till just golden .

Now add water with few drops of colour ( if using)and let it cook till semolina is nicely swollen. Now add dryfruits powder and sugar. Mix well and add some ghee , little at a time, till halwa starts leaving edges of the wok. Finally add cardamom powder and mix well. Switch off the flame and serve with some dryfruits garnishing.


* Amount of water added is on your choice of halwa consistency. If want nice fluffy halwa then add less water but for porridge consistency use more water.



* As My Lil one don't like any dryfruits that's why I added powdered one. You can add any dryfruits of your choice and chopped too.


* You can also use some milk to make it rich.

This is one of the simplest dessert you can prepare in jiffy and satisfy your sweet craving. Either prepare for kids tiffin or as an offering to god. Either in breakfast or as a dessert for guests . In every way you will be satisfied to the core.


Please pour your valuable comments and suggestions here, they meant a lot.

Happy cooking....