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    Hi, I want to make suji ka Halwa for puja at home. Plz suggest me how to make tasty halwa by using almonds and khoya.



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    Here is the recipe:


    Ingredients:

    Semolina (Sooji) 1/2 cup
    Sugar (to taste) 1/4 cup
    Ghee 1/4 cup
    Water 1 cup
    Cardamom powder 1/4 tsp.
    Raisins 1 tbsp.
    Sliced almonds 2 tbsp.

    Method:

    1. Mix sugar and water in a pan and heat over low flame. Bring it to boil and set aside.
    2. Heat ghee in a kadhai. Add sooji, raisins and cardamom powder and fry until it is very lightly golden brown in color. Constantly stir it to ensure even browning.
    3. Add sugar water (syrup) and mix rapidly to prevent lump formation.
    4. Cook over medium heat until the water gets completely absorbed.

    Decorate with sliced almonds and serve hot.

    :cool:

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    Hai,

    i tried your receipe but iam not getting the taste of halwa properly,some thing is missing i feel .iam not frying are i have pour more water kindly help me

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    Hi Razia, Try Dis........

    Ingredients: >

    1 cup Suji /semolina
    1 cup Sugar
    1 1/2 cup water
    1/2 cup ghee
    2-3 green cardomoms
    1 tbsp kewra
    Raisins (kishmish) / currants
    tsp Spice

    Directions: >

    1) Make a syrup of sugar and water and add in the colour and kewra too.

    2) Now heat the ghee in a pot and add the cardomoms in it . The flame should be medium , now add suji and keep on stirring till the colour changes.

    3) By now the syrup must be ready , remember the syrup should not be too thick.

    4) Add the syrup to the suji on very slow flame and immediately mix . If it seems difficult to stirr after adding syrup add some water and mix.

    5) Add kishmish and cover the lid.

    6) Take off from heat after 5 minutes.

    7) Serve hot or cold, as desired.


    All d Best....... (Y)

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    sauarbh...mein nay pizza khilaya tum ko..aab mujhay yeh halwa khilaoww 8-|

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    Nado > ok sister....... (Y)

    Hmmmm Ye lo.......... :-D .............ab aap batana ki kaisa bana tha.... ;-)

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    Wow Saurabh,

    I never knew you are a cookery expert too ! , by the way what is kewra ?

    Sanjay


    [quote=saurabhwebxprt]Hi Razia, Try Dis........

    Ingredients: >

    1 cup Suji /semolina
    1 cup Sugar
    1 1/2 cup water
    1/2 cup ghee
    2-3 green cardomoms
    1 tbsp kewra
    Raisins (kishmish) / currants
    tsp Spice

    Directions: >

    1) Make a syrup of sugar and water and add in the colour and kewra too.

    2) Now heat the ghee in a pot and add the cardomoms in it . The flame should be medium , now add suji and keep on stirring till the colour changes.

    3) By now the syrup must be ready , remember the syrup should not be too thick.

    4) Add the syrup to the suji on very slow flame and immediately mix . If it seems difficult to stirr after adding syrup add some water and mix.

    5) Add kishmish and cover the lid.

    6) Take off from heat after 5 minutes.

    7) Serve hot or cold, as desired.


    All d Best....... (Y)[/quote]

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    You know what, this Suji or Sooji Halwa thing is one sweet Halwa recipe. It is quite famous all across India as dessert. Other names are also there for suji in India. For making easy sooji halwa, note these all things:
    You need:
    Sooji , Sugar one cup each and cardamom
    Ghee, water - nearly 3 cups
    Butter 1 TBSP and some almonds
    Sugar should be mixed to water and in skillet, sooji, ghee can be cooked for some time. Adding butter, you can cook that more than 20 mins. As it is done, sooji changes to light brown color.
    Do add raisins, grated almonds, cardamom powder. You can finally garnish all that with almond pieces

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    Suji ka halwa is a very simple and tasty halwa recipe usually made during festival and poojas. Here is the recipe for this great dish.
    Ingredients
    Suji-1 cup
    Sugar-2 cups
    Water-4 cups
    Ghee-1/2 cup
    Cardamoms crushed-2
    Almonds chopped-6
    Raisins -10
    Method
    Take a large pan, add water and sugar, bring it boil
    Take another pan, heat ghee and fry suji in it
    Add cardamom, almonds and raisins to the fried suji and mix well
    Now add sugar syrup to the mixture slowly, keep stirring
    After 5 minutes remove from the heat and serve hot

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    suji ka halwa recipe

    Suji ka Halwa is a wonderful North Indian sweet, and this is very simple recipe which can be easily prepared in 20minutes. Here below is the recipe check it out.

    Ingredients:
    * 1 cup Suji
    * 2 cups Sugar
    * cup Raisins
    * 4 cups Water
    * 1 Cup Ghee
    * cup Almonds
    * 2 Cardamoms (crushed)

    Preparation:

    • Place a pan and add sugar and water to it and boil them nicely.
    • Use another pan and heat some ghee, add suji to it and deep fry them.
    • To it add almonds, raisins and cardamom to the suji which is already fried.
    • Add sugar syrup to it and stir them well for about five minutes.
    • As it is boiling you may notice froth now take it off from the heat.
    • An amazing and delicious halwa is ready for you.
    Last edited by raghu181; 03-28-2012 at 04:22 PM.



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