suji ka halwa recipe – semolina pudding recipe – how to make suji ka halwa recipe -sooji ka halwa with milk recipe

   suji ka halwa  (semolina pudding) –                                                                                                                     
                                 It is a delicious sweet , which is very easy to make.
           Whenever you want sweet to eat , then you can make it quickly within minutes..
        for   four   peoples
        time  –  20 minutes
  Ingredients  –

      semolina/rava  –     1cup
             sugar          –    1 cup to 1.5 cup
              milk          –      2 cups  (you can use water also )
          desi ghee      –     5  tbs
         cardamom     –     5  pcs  (powder)
         dry nuts   ( as your choice )
           cashew         –     10 pcs  ( in small pcs )
           raisins          –      10 to 15 pcs ( in small pcs )
         almond          –       5  pcs ( in small  pcs )
         dry coconut   –      in small pcs  ( you can use grated coconut also )

recipe   –   

                                                                 Heat ghee in a pan and add dry nuts in it , roast nuts until light brown , take out nuts from pan , now add semolina in the same pan and stir it continuously on medium flame until it turns brown , when semolina become brown then add sugar and milk and stirring , wait for first boil,after
first boil add dry nuts and cook it on slow flame for two minutes and stirring , after two minutes cook it on medium flame and stirring constantly , after few minutes your pudding is ready ,now turn off the gas and mix cardamom powder in it.

                                              Your semolina pudding is ready , garnish with  nuts you like , now serve it hot and eat..


note –                  .                                                                                                                                                                          
– if you use grated  coconut , not need to roast before.

– use finely chopped dry nuts for garnish.

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