Satyanarayan Prasad.

At my home every year in the auspicious month of Shravan we have Satyanarayan puja.

It’s a very popular ritual in many of the states of India and done yearly in many homes.This pooja is incomplete without offering special tirth and prasad to the lord.

This sheera which is made as prasad has a distinctive flavour,It is believed that any day other than Pooja,if you make this prasad with same measurement and technique still it won’t taste the same.

Traditionally it is made with equal measure of all the ingredients,and mostly 1.25 either cup,glass or kg.

Will be posting tirth recipe also soon.So next time you plan Satyanarayana Pooja you can definitely try these 2 recipes..
So here goes the recipe…


1.25 kg Rava.

1.25 kg  Sugar.

1.25 Litre Milk.(Boiled)

1.25 kg Ghee.

8 Bananas(over riped) chopped finely.

15 Cloves(lavang).

2 Pinch salt.

1/2 cup chopped Dry Fruits (cashew nuts, Charoli,almonds and pistachios)

2 tbspn Cardamom (elaichi) Powder.

Few dried Rose Petals and sliced dry fruits for garnishing (Optional)


Heat 1/2 Ghee in a kadhai.Add rava and roast till it changes colour(turns into light brown) stiring continuously.Keep aside.

Bring milk to boil,keep aside.

In a Kadhai heat 1/4 kg ghee add cloves and chopped banana.stir well.
Cook stiring continuously till bananas are cooked and turn golden in colour.
Add chopped dry fruits,mix well.
Add roasted rava and salt.Stir well.
Boil 1/2 litre of milk,pour on hot rava,mix well once the water is absorbed add hot milk,mix well.

After the milk is completely absorbed in rava add sugar,mix very well.
Cover and cook till sugar melts completely.Now add remaining ghee,mix well and let it cook for another 2 minutes.

Switch off the gas and add cardamom powder.

Stir well garnish With sliced nuts and dried rose Petals.

Present to Lord and relish this yummy prasad with family and friends.

Tip:Make sure to use heavy bottom pan for making prasad or else it may stick to the base.

Happy Cooking!!!


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