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Suji Halwa (Kadah)

Ingredients - Semolina - 1 cup,Sugar - 1 cup,Pure ghee - 1 cup,Water - 4 cups,Mixed dry fruit (almonds, dry coconut, raisins - 25 gms)

Method - Mixed sugar and water and boil to make syrup-keep aside. Heat ghee in karahi and fry sieved semolina in it till, it is golden brown. Add the sugar syrup stirring constantly to avoid lumps. Cook till water is absorbed. Add dry fruit. Use some to garnish. Serve it hot. It makes a good combination with poori (Halwa poori). For 1-cup wheat flour - use 2 cups water. For 1-cup Gram flour - use 1-cup water. Halwa can be made with semolina, wheat flour or gram flour.

Source: justpunjab

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