Monday, May 10, 2010

Sooji ka Halwa (semolina dessert)






ingredients needed
  1. semolina ................................................... half cup
  2. oil or ghee................................................half cup
  3. raisins ,almonds and coconut slices....... 3 table spoons
  4. water ........................................................1 cup
  5. coconut powder.......................................for garnishing
  6. sugar .........................................quarter cup or according to taste
  7. kaywra essence ........................... 2 to 3 drops (optional)
serves about 3 to 4 people


STEP 1


Put the oil or ghee in a frying pan along with semolina and stir fry until semolina is golden in color


STEP 2
Now add sugar and nuts and mix for 2 minutes



STEP3
add water cook on medium heat and continuously stir the spoon until the water is dried up and the semolina starts gathering in the center of the pan and is no more sticky to the edges of the pan.

all done ,take out in a dish and garnish with coconut powder ....................enjoy






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  3. Ive never seen anything like this. But is looks yummy. What is simolina?

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  4. Semolina is a product of wheat that is created when the wheat kernels are processed in the mills it off white in color,

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  12. Yummy! I've had this many times during Ramadan, it's great. I've never made it though, now I might try it since you've given photos with the recipe. I always like to see what the dish should look like when I'm trying out a new recipe. Thanks! Peace. :)

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  13. This sounds interesting....i love semolina porridge!
    What's kaywra essence though...i wonder if we can use vanilla essence instead? I see one site says kaywra is the vanilla of indian desserts.

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  14. Monique KAYWRA essence is a special sort of flavor with a beautiful sent its very much different from vanilla essence but its optional to use kaywra essence you can use vanilla if you cant find kaywra,by the check some Indian spice stores might be available there.

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