Sooji (or semolina) is a common fixture in Indian native kitchens. From sooji ka halwa to sooji ka chila, we are able to use the flour in an array of fast and wholesome delicacies. It is a fortunately it is considered among the healthier flour alternatives. Yes, you heard all of us! Semolina is a flour made of durum wheat, and packs more nourishment than all-purpose flour. The flexibility of sooji has inspired several chefs to conceive a range of meals, simply because it is so easy to work with. In case you are craving something sweet, and the period crunch does not allow you to experiment a lot, then you can simply roast some semolina, mix it with boiling dairy, a few chunky nuts and perfumed spices, for a toothsome kheer. Indeed, it is that easy.
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Sooji Ki Kheer Recipe:
To make this sooji ki kheer, you would need ghee, sooji, milk, sugar, cardamom powder, chironji and some almonds. First, roast sooji in ghee, until it is somewhat brown, and keep it aside. After that, in another pan, bring the dairy to boil, keep stirring to ensure that there is no formation of malai, the moment your milk starts to bubble – add the roasted sooji, followed by sugar, cardamom powder, chironji and almonds. Bring down the flame by a notch, make sure you keep stirring the mixture from time to time. Let it cook for 7–8 minutes. Your kheer is ready to dig into.
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