A creative man/woman is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.
This is a perfect saying for a perfect girl who is my guest today and i attracted towards her blog because of her different and interesting ideas.I am here introducing Sadaf of “CHEF IN FRAME“. I’ve loved following her and watching her blog grow as she entices her readers with delicious recipes and pictures.
Ok Friends, without further adieu… Sadaf, take it away..:)
Traditional Pakistani dessert, famously made in every single home as a sweet treat, fluffy semolina dessert – fits to every occasion specially in Eid, Holy nights and Family invitations… which is also known as Sooji ka halwa – that is Pakistani breakfast delicacy… served with halwa puri. (my favorite! ;))
Today I’m sharing same delight of sooji (semolina) dessert. Sooji & basan ka halwa, a.k.a Semolina and Gram flour dessert.
Grab the recipe and enjoy your good time in kitchen, making delicious dessert and wow your family with your scrumptious expertise! 🙂
BASAN AND SOJI HALWA/ SEMOLINA AND GRAM FLOUR DESSERT:
Ingredients: (Serve: 4)
1+1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup ghee or oil
4 seeds of Green cardamom
1/4 cup gram flour (sifted)
1/4 cup semolina
Heat the milk and sugar until simmer. (make sure sugar dissolved) Put it aside, you’ll need it in a while.
Add ghee/oil and cardamom seeds in a non-stick wok and put on stove over medium-low heat.
Let the oil heat up until cardamom smell started to arise. (3 to 5 mins)
Add gram flour and semolina, fry on a low heat, stirring continuously until gram flour starts changing color to light brown.
Fry it till mixture starts to take a light brown shade than golden brown (keep stirring continuously). Frying will take about 10 minutes.
Add in milk mixture, (see first step) stir immediately.
Simmer and cook for 10 minutes or until the water is absorbed and the halwa is thicken.
When all done, transfer to serving dish.
Garnish with dry coconuts. (Use as mush dry fruit as you like, if you don’t have allergic to.)
Serve to your happy family.
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Thank you Sadaf for such a delicious recipe..:)
Thank you Ainy for Heartfelt intro and giving me a chance to write on your space! 🙂
Love & Blessings,
Sadaf F K.
You are always Welcome Sadaf..:)
i made this recipe on this shab barat,result was out standing!!! i had a suggestion to give u ainy, if u pick the pictures as u cook the recipe step by step in between cooking, this will help alot to understand for new cookers as well as us, what u think?
Thank you Moon hope you will try more recipes too and surely i will try to post recipes with step wise pics.