Semolina is quite versatile food grain that can be used in a number of dishes. Here's how you can eat to lose weight!
Basbousa also known as Hereessa is a traditional dessert from the Middle East which is made up of Semolina drenched in sugar syrup.
Semolina, also known as sooji (or rava/rawa), is one such ingredient that you can use to make healthy and tasty snacks at home.
Suji-based dishes turn out to be lot more lighter and flavourful. Semolina has a pleasant flavour, hence it is used to make wide gamut of dishes - from cheela, halwa to panipuri.
You can simply roast some semolina, mix it with boiling milk, a few chunky nuts and aromatic spices, for a toothsome kheer.
Semolina is also a decent source of protein. Protein is also known to regulate hunger hormone ghrelin, keep you full and prevent you from over-eating.
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Sooji, semolina or popularly called rava in the Southern states of India, is cooked with much enthusiasm across country.
One of the much cherished desserts in South India, particularly Karnataka, Rava Kesari or Kesari Bath is prepared using semolina, popularly known as rava or sooji in India.
With so many advantages of cooking with sooji, here are some sweet dishes you can make with this flour for the all the festivals lined up Karwa Chauth, Diwali, Govardhan Puja and Bhai Dooj.