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Besan and Sooji ka Halwa (Gram Flour and Semolina Halwa)

Besan and Sooji ka Halwa (Gram Flour and Semolina Halwa)
Prep Time
10
Cook Time

15 minutes
Serves

10
Add the besan and sooji to sugar syrup and cook stirring constantly, add raisins, continue to stir, then add milk and stir till the milk is mixed in thoroughly. Apply a little ghee to a large platter and spread the halwa in it...
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Source:  Zubeida Tariq Kitchen
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Ingredients

  • Gram flour (besan) 2 cups
  • Semolina 2 cups
  • Sugar 3 cups
  • Milk 1 cup
  • Water 1/2 cup
  • Ghee/ oil 1/2 cup
  • Cardamoms 8, peel and crush seeds
  • Almonds and pistachios finely chopped as required for garnish
  • Raisins 10

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Cooking Directions

  1. Heat ghee in a pan; add the cardamom seeds when hot.

  2. Then add sooji and besan, lower heat and cook stirring continuously.

  3. Remove from the pan. Combine ½ cup water and sugar in the pan and cook for five minutes or till the sugar dissolves completely.

  4. Add the besan and sooji to sugar syrup and cook stirring constantly, add raisins, continue to stir, then add milk and stir till the milk is mixed in thoroughly.

  5. Apply a little ghee to a large platter and spread the halwa in it.

  6. Garnish with almonds and pistachios. Cut in pieces when cool. 

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Comments posted by users for Besan and Sooji ka Halwa (Gram Flour and Semolina Halwa) recipe:

  1. This was a wonderful recipe. Great texture and well balanced taste. Sugar content was perfect. The only problem was that I wasn't sure how long to cook after adding the milk. When milk is added the mixture os very soft and runny. After a while it dries out, but I was uncertain as to when I should turn it out. The chef should advise on this because, too late and the mixture hardens too much and too early means the mixture does not set adequately. Otherwise, I'm very happy....and so is the family.

    on Oct 10 2012 11:10AM Report Abuse TINA ALI
  2. costs too much

    on Dec 18 2009 5:15PM Report Abuse Guest
  3. I have tried it many times and its one of my fav :)

    on Nov 19 2009 10:18AM Report Abuse Guest
  4. You make the best halwa EVER! But did you know that too much sugar is not good for you? If yes, why did you put 3 cups of sugar?

    on Nov 7 2009 7:37PM Report Abuse Guest
  5. waste

    on Oct 1 2009 2:00AM Report Abuse Guest

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