This Indian dessert is very popular and is prepared for almost every festival and occasion. Every region of India has a unique way of preparing this dish. This easy recipe prepared using semolina, sugar, ghee, green cardamom and garnished with almonds can be served as an evening snack or as a dessert.
During many festivals, pudding is offered as prasad to the deities. Semolina is a rich source of potassium, iron and protein and helps in reducing heart diseases. Serve this halwa to your family and friends and enjoy.
Ingredients of Suji Halwa
- Semolina – 2 cups
- Ghee – 1 cup
- water as required
- Sugar – 2 cups
- Ground green cardamom – 1/2 tbsp
- to garnish
- chopped almonds 1 tbsp
How to make Sooji Halwa
Step – 1 Cook semolina in ghee
To make this recipe, first put a pan on low flame and add ghee to it. When the ghee melts completely, add semolina and fry till it becomes light brown.
Step – 2 Prepare sugar syrup
Meanwhile, heat another pan on low flame. Add water to it and let it come to a boil. When it starts boiling, add sugar and mix well.
Step – 3 Mix semolina and sugar syrup and garnish with dry fruits
When the semolina turns light brown, add green cardamom powder and sugar solution to it. Mix well with the semolina mixture until well combined. After this garnish with dry fruits and serve hot.
Nutrients in Semolina
Semolina helps in weight loss. It contains fiber. This helps in weight loss. Semolina can also help in reducing the risk of diabetes. According to a study, an increased amount of dietary fiber works to improve glycemic. Iron deficiency in the body can cause anemia. Iron is rich in semolina.
It helps in reducing the risk of anemia. Nutrients like zinc, magnesium, vitamin-B6 etc. are found in semolina. These can help strengthen our immune system. You can consume semolina for better balance of cholesterol. It contains niacin. It helps in reducing the cholesterol level. Semolina – acts like an oxidant. A nutrient called selenium present in it can prevent cancer.
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