Friday, December 12, 2008

Rawa Kesari/ Sooji Halwa

Rawa kesari/rawahalwa/sooji halwa…..there are many names to describe this simple and authentic and yummy easy recipe. ….I made this yummy dish on EID...In this wonderful recipe I made a twist….by adding Badam and cashew paste….here is the yummy recipe for all…


Ingredients
1 cup Rawa (Sooji)
1 cup Sugar
½ cup Ghee
1 ½ cup Water
2tbsp Badam and cashew paste
¼cup Milk
Pinch saffron
1 pinch Red food color
2 tbsp Broken cashew nuts
1tsp Cardomen powder

Instructions
Dry roast rawa(sooji) in a pan and keep aside. Wipe clean the same pan and heat 2 tsp of ghee in it. Fry the cashews until golden brown and keep aside.
Soak hand full of badam and cashew in warm water and remove the skin of badam (almonds) and make a paste out of it.
Heat up the same pan.
Make sugar syrup by adding sugar and water and bringing it to boil on high flame until the sugar is completely melted.
Mix the red food color in water and add it to the sugar syrup.
Now add the roasted rawa slowly and mix well with out lumps. Add the badam and cashew paste, and milk with saffron,cardomen powder and mix well
Drizzle the given amount of ghee and mix well.
At last add the fried cashew nut. Serve hot with drizzling ghee.

Yummy Rawa halwa with almond paste….hope u all liked it.
Sending this to EFM-sweets-

14 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks great... i like the color of the kesari.

Happy cook said...

Wow i love the colour. It looks beautiful and delcious.

Roopa said...

What a lovely color of the halwa:)

anudivya said...

Perfect color for a kesari... very nice.

Andhra Flavors said...

kesari looks inviting with lovely colour.

SMN said...

this is one of easiest and yummiest desserts.

Alka said...

Yesterday i made some Sooji halwa,and now i am feeling bad..coz if i had waited for this post i too wud have made such lovely coloured and rich textured halwa :-)

Divya.M said...

Thanks to all for the comments...Ur commets encourages me a lot..thanks again

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow makes me drool dear. Adding the dry fruits pate is really a yummy twist. Bookmarked!

Maya said...

This takes me back to my childhood!

Niru said...

Love ur kesari...Real lovely color...

kamala said...

My fav sweet divya..I use more sugar as I have a sweet tooth..yummmy!!!

SriLekha said...

looks yum! join in the sweet event going in my blog!

rekhas kitchen said...

hey nice twist with badam and casehew paste I never add that willtry next time nice colour dear

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