About Semolina Gujiya Recipe: A traditional Andhra sweet prepared by making thin puris with balls of maida dough and filling them with a mixture of coconut, sugar, semolina, and cardamom powder before frying. This speciality ...
About Dhabe DI Roti Recipe: The perfect recipe to have that favourite Dhaba style roti at the comfort of your home. Leavened dhaba special bread cooked in tandoor to have that crispy, tandoori, buttery roti ...
Beautiful corn kernels are wrapped in semolina batter, infused with milk, herbs and red chillies, deep fried to a crispy perfection.
Bolo de Rulao is a coconut and semolina cake which is also called Bolo de Batica.This is a Goan cake recipe. In Portuguese language 'bolo' means cake.
Baked Karanji Recipe: Whole wheat and semolina dough parcels stuffed with almonds and raisins. Baked and dipped in honey.
About Karare Murgh ke Pasande Recipe: Chicken breast marinated in a herb based coconut-y paste, coated in semolina and pan fried. A crisp treat that is perfect for a dinner party. Simple to cook yet ...
About Rawa Upma Recipe: A delicious south Indian breakfast dish made with semolina, vegetables and topped with some grated coconut.
Kesari is a delectable Indian dessert made with sooji, saffron, nuts and the richness of ghee.
A delicious South Indian breakfast dish made with urad dal, semolina, vegetables and curd.
Creamy batter made of rava, besan and potatoes, and deep fried till crisp. It makes for a perfect evening snack, especially during monsoons.
Semolina is quite versatile food grain that can be used in a number of dishes. Here's how you can eat to lose weight!
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.
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.
Namkeen Sooji Recipe: The only thing one needs to keep in mind while cooking namkeen sooji is to add the right amount of water to make it moist and fluffy (not lumpy as upma).
Here we bring you a recipe that will give a twist to the regular dhokla recipe. It is called katori dhokla and is made with rava (sooji), instead of besan.
Sooji (or semolina) is used to make a variety of Indian dishes, this recipe is one fine example of how you can use vegetables in your house to make yourself a quick snack.
In this recipe, we prepared an instant batter with semolina/sooji/rava and yogurt, making the dish yet more nutritious.