Kesari

Kesari is a simple and quick sweet recipe we can make at home with simple two main ingredients, Sooji and Sugar. Sometimes, I substitute sugar with karupatti or jaggery in order avoid white sugar. This will also taste good. One evening, when I suddenly thought of making Kesari, I tried the recipe simply with below steps. It came out really well 🙂 Must try out recipe as beginner in cooking

Preparation Time: 5 mins | Cook Time: 15 mins 

Ingredients:

  • Roasted Rava – 200 gms
  • Sugar- 150 gms
  • Ghee as required
  • Water – 1 Cup
  • Raisins, Cardamom Powder and Cashew for seasoning
  • Orange Color for Food Color- 1 pinch

Method:

  • Roast Cashew and Raisins in Ghee and set it aside

     

  • Heat a pan, add ghee, fry rava in it for a minute, then add water

  • Once, rava is cooked, add sugar into it. Stir till the sugar gets mixed up

  • Add food color in 2 tbsp of water, then put it in the kesari

  • Add the roasted, cashewnuts, raisins and cardomon. Serve it hot

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