Saturday, March 17, 2012

Here's my 50th post with Sooji-Halwa

Here I come with my 50th post. Among these 50 posts, 2 posts were re-posted, 3 are event announcements, 1 was the inaugural and 44 are recipe posts. While preparing all these 44 recipe's I have learnt many new things. Thanks to my fellow bloggers who constantly read my blog and give their responses. I also thank to all my blog whom I follow, as I always try to do some thing new after seeing u. 
So, here is India's very own dessert Sooji-Halwa as my 50th post:)

Ingredients
Sooji - 1 Cup
Sugar - 3/4 Cup
Cardamom - 2 (crushed)
Clarified Butter - 1/4 cup
Water - 2&1/2 cup
Cashewnut/Almonds to garnish

Procedure
  1. Boil water along with sugar and cardamom till sugar dissolves.
  2. In a kadai melt the ghee.
  3. Roast the Sooji in the ghee for about 8-10 minutes till golden brown.
  4. Now slowly add the sugar syrup prepared as the sooji will splutter if poured at once.
  5. Cook for another 2-3 minutes mixing well.
  6. Serve it with cashewnuts/almonds.

    I Served it with poori, Chana Aloo

from my kitchen

11 comments:

Vimitha Anand said...

Looks so delicious... Nice one

Santosh Bangar said...

comfortable dessert platter is tempting

sangee vijay said...

Congrats Surabhi on your milestone n wish u many many hundreds...sooji halwa looks so delicious...platter tempting me a lot :)
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Rasi said...

Congratulations surabhi :).. wish to see many many posts.. loved the halwa.. the puri halwa combo has always been on my mind..should try it once soon !

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Pranjali said...

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Fathima said...

Happy blogging milestone, wishing you many more of the same in future. The halwa looks delicious.

Julie said...

Congrats on your 50th post,lovely halwa to celebrate the day:-)

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revathi said...

Halwa looks amazing.. Congrats on achieving your mile stone..:))

This proves your commitment and passion for cookig..))
Happy blogging dear..:))

Glad to follow you..

Reva

Pranjali said...

very delicious halwa.
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maha said...

Great dish and lovely presentation. Very very nice!congrats dear n expecting many more dishes......
Maha

Rumana Rawat said...

Thanks for your visit...Lovely recipe dear.