Goad (Sweet) Sheera

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Sheera is often made as an offering/Prasad for auspicious occasions or poojas..In our home for any religious ceremony we mostly make sheera.At times if we crave to eat something sweet we make sheera as it is an easy and quick recipe,I always roast and store rava in fridge so it becomes much more easier.

Sheera is known as Suji halwa in northern part of India and Rawa Kesari in southern part…

It is also a favorite breakfast item,apart from this regular sheera you can make many varieties for eg pineapple sheera,Dry fruits sheera,Mango Sheera…

Ingredients:

1 Cup rava(roasted in 3 tbsp ghee)

1 Cup Sugar.

1 Cup milk.(Boiled)

5 tbsp ghee.

2 Bananas(over riped) chopped finely.

5 to 6 Cloves(lavang).

2 Pinch salt.

Some broken cashew nuts and Charoli.

2 Tsp cardamom (elaichi) powder.

Method:

Heat Ghee in a kadhai.Add rava and roast till it changes colour(  turns into light brown) ,stiring continuously.

Rava can be roasted in advance and stored in refrigerator.

In a Kadhai heat 2 tbsp ghee.Add cloves and chopped banana.

Cook stiring continuously till babanas are cooked and changes into brown.

Add cashewnuts and charoli.

Add roasted rava and salt.Stir well.

Pour boiling hot milk on rava.

Stir.After the milk is completely absorbed in rava add sugar.

Stir well.Cover and cook till sugar melts completely.

Switch off the gas and add cardamom powder.

Stir well.Serve hot.

Tip:If desired Kesar can also be added to this sheera.

Happy Cooking !!!

Sameera

Published by Sameera's Kitchen

A little blog about ordinary and extra ordinary cooking that I do on daily basis for me and my loving family,I am a working woman pursuing an exiting career in aviation industry,with a ten year old kid.. with whatever little time I have spare in my hand after doing day to day chores......I utilise it for cooking and baking......It refreshes me completely.

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