Semolina Pudding (Indian Halwa). Halwa (Indian Semolina Pudding) is a sweet dessert often made for auspicious occasions in India and in Pakistan it is served with a famous weekend Suji Ka Halwa (Rava Sheera). I'm here with a delicious Indian dessert that's super indulgent and super easy to make. But let's first start with a brief.
Suji Ka Halwa (Sheera) is a simple Indian semolina pudding, made with semolina, sugar & ghee. This Sooji Halwa is made with semolina, sugar, ghee and water (and/or milk). Addition of cardamom powder, nuts and saffron is optional, but. You can have Semolina Pudding (Indian Halwa) using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Semolina Pudding (Indian Halwa)
- It’s 1/2 kg of Semolina.
- Prepare 1/2 liter of milk.
- It’s 3/4 kg of sugar.
- Prepare of raisins.
- You need of Coconut slices.
- Prepare 1 of Cardamom.
- It’s 1/2 liter of vegetable oil.
- You need of peeled almond slices.
Sooji Halwa is a very tasty and popular Indian dessert prepared with semolina, sugar and dry fruits. Sooji ka halwa is very easy to make. The Indian semolina pudding is an absolute classic known as sooji kheer or rava kheer. Often made during the festive season in India, this is an absolute.
Semolina Pudding (Indian Halwa) step by step
- Take a large mixing bowl. Add semolina and milk to it. Cover and set aside for half hour.
- In a large wok, add oil and bring it to heat. Take a cardamom, open it and add its seeds to the heating oil.
- Add sugar to the oil. Then add half a cup of water. Stir the oil continuously till the sugar gets dissolved and cooked in the oil. Keep the flame till a clear oil+water+sugar solution is observed..
- Now add the semolina+milk mixture to the oil. Stirr continuously. Keep the flame medium..
- Keep stirring and mixing till the mixture leaves oil. Also add your raisins and almond. remember – the key here is good mixing!!.
- When the pudding leaves oil, turn off the stove and dish it out. Add the garnish (coconut slices) and serve hot.
Sooji (Suji) Halwa is popular Indian sweets/desserts made with semolina, sugar and dry fruits. With Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, right around the corner, Suvir Saran of Tapestry in NYC shares his recipe for halwa, a traditional Indian semolina pudding. Sooji ka halwa or semolina pudding is perhaps the sweetest of memories I have of my grandmother. She filled the bowl of halwa with a main ingredient called love. Indian sweet potatoes are like regular potatoes; only bigger, sweeter and more fibrous.