SHAHI SEERA(INDIAN SWEET SERVED IN TEMPLES)

This recipe and pic is by my dearest follower Pinky Nagdev…thank you sweetie…. this is a sweet which is served in many religious festivals and also in temples 🙂

1 cup of semolina ( sooji)
2 tbsp. of wheat flour
2 tbsp. of Besan ( Bengal gram flour )
1/4 th cup pure ghee
1/4 th cup of chopped assorted dry fruits
2 cups water
1 n half cup milk
a pinch of Nitu Didi pure spanish saffron , soaked in a bit of milk if u want…
2 cardamoms Nitu Didi or a pinch of Nitu Didi cardamom powder
8 tbsp. sugar ( as u prefer )

Heat ghee in a pan. Add cardamoms to it . Add Semolina and roast it on a medium flame. when the colour changes to light brown add wheat flour and besan. roast till the colour changes little more brown. Add water and mix instantly to avoid lumps. Add chopped dry fruits n warm milk and saffron and mix it on a high flame till it dries up. Add sugar to your taste( I added 8 tbsp. ) . you can taste and add more sugar later also. Pour a spoonful of pure ghee on the sides of the pan. cover n let simmer for 2 mins. Ready !!

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