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Semolina Sweet ( Suji ka Halwa)

Written By Unknown on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 | July 26, 2011

Suji Ka halwa is very popular dish among all Indians, this is simplest and easy dessert one can make for any occasion and moreover the ingredients required to make it are all so easily available in our house .so here is the recipe for it.
Ingredients :-
  1. 1 Cup Rawa/Suji ( Semolina)
  2. 2 1/2 water or milk
  3. 1/2 cup Ghee (Clarified butter)
  4. 1/2 cup Sugar
  5. 4 - 5 Almonds
  6. 7-8 Raisins
  7. 1 Tablespoon of Elaichi (Cardamom) Powder
Method :-
  1. Soak almonds in 1/2 cup water and keep it aside.
  2. Take a Kadhai (Wok), add Suji to it and roast it for about 10 mins on a low flame till it gets little brown, keep on stirring it continuously else Suji will burn.
  3. Now add Ghee, sugar, cardamom powder and raisins to it.
  4. Roast the Suji till it turns light golden in colour and one can smell the aroma of the roasted suji. 
  5. Once the suji is roasted add  milk/water to it , and keep on stirring it on a low flame. See to it no lumps are formed while mixing suji and milk.
  6. Keep on stirring the mixture till you get a thick halwa like consistency. 
  7. Now peel the cover of water soaked almonds and chop it to pieces.
  8. Garnish Suji halwa with chopped almonds and serve it hot.

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  2. Thank you my friend. It is my wifes birthday today (Sep 1st) and i wanted to surprise her by my cooking skills by making something sweet / dessert. As they say in our Indian culture- Muh mitha karna shubh mana jata hai (Its auspicious to taste something sweet).

    I wanted to make something different unlike a cake which is normal. So found this amazing quick receipe. I also had to see what ingredients are at home and which i can find in the kitchen closets :-)

    I ended up having this wonderful halwa. Mine came out little dry, unlike what i have tasted made by mom which is shiny due to amazing ghee inside it. But thats ok. Also i felt almonds should have been soaked over night to the remove the peel easily, otherwise one needs to scratch the almonds harder.

    Over all i am proud of myself for making the yummy halwa, thanks to your blog.

    Your friend
    Ankur Tuteja

    (PS. i miised taking the picture to share it with you)

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  4. Hi Ankur,

    I'm glad you tried this and liked it as well :)
    I'm happy that my blog inspired you to cook something.


    Keep cooking and have fun ..