Sunday, 11 October 2015

Gulkhand Rava Sheera/Gulkhand Sooji Ka Halwa

I have couple of posts sitting in my draft and seriously i want to clear some as soon as possible coz my hard disc is getting tired of having all those pictures. Nowadays am getting very busy and obviously am so lazy to cook and click, thank god to all these posts sitting in my drafts. One among those posts is this Gulkhand Rava sheera, sheera is nothing our own Kesari. You can dish out kesari within few minutes and this dessert go usually for easy cooking. Semolina, sugar, ghee and nuts is quite enough to whip out this lipsmacking rava sheera, some add fruits while others add saffron or food colour to give an attractive colour to this simple dessert.

Gulkhand Rava Sheera



My today's post is quite a different one from usual sheera aka kesari,yes my version of Sooji ka halwa goes for gulkhand. This rose flavoured sheera smells awesome and completely an aromatic dessert,one can relish this lipsmacking sheera when served both warm or chilled. Rose essence, gulkhand added to the usual rava sheera makes this beautiful dessert. Am running my second week of blogging marathon with Desserts as theme, obviously this sheera goes to this week's theme.

Gulkhand Rava Sheera, gulkhand rava kesari

1cup Semolina (rava)
1/4cup Ghee
1cup Warm milk
2tbsp Gulkhand
1/2tsp Rose essence
Few drops Rose food colour
3/4cup Sugar
1tbsp Raisins
10nos Sashewnuts
1tsp Cardamom powder
2tbsp Sliced Pistachio


Heat 3tbsp of ghee in a broad non-stick pan, add the semolina and sauté on a slow flame for 6 to 8 minutes by stirring occasionally.

Add the milk, 1cup of hot water, gulkhand,rose food colour, mix well everything and cook for few minutes.

Add the,semolina, sugar, rose essence and mix well. Cover and cook on a slow flame until the semolina gets well cooked.

Gulkhand sooji ka halwa

Add the cardamom powder, mix well and cook on a medium flame.

Meanwhile, heat the remaining ghee and fry the cashewnuts, raisins until they turns brown.

Add the fried nuts and raisins to the gulkhand rava sheera, give a stir.

Serve immediately garnished with sliced pistachios.

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8 comments:

rajani said...

Gulkhand in sheera sounds innovative Priya.

Varadas Kitchen said...

Adding gulkand must have completely changed the flavor of the sheera.

Srivalli said...

You are lucky with all that draft sitting..and obviously you cooking so much, its only natural..:)..anyway love your cute presentation!..very nicely done..

Harini-Jaya R said...

Very innovative sheera, Priya.

Pavani N said...

Addition of gulkand to sheera is a brilliant idea. Love your presentation.

Chef Mireille said...

what a pretty color!

Sapana Behl said...

Gulkand sheera looks so pretty.Very nice color.

Sowmya :) said...

Lovely colour to the sheera and such an inspired thought to add the rose flavour....awesome!