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Rava Kesari

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Rava Kesari

The very dependable semolina kesari that is made in a jiffy, and is in everyone's good books! Rava, blended in proportionate quantities of ghee, milk and nuts, makes the sweets a perfect addition to your Diwali preparations.

Ingredients

¾ cup ghee

1 cup rava (semolina)

2 cups milk

2 cups sugar

1 pinch saffron mixed with 2 tsp milk

½ cup cashew nuts

¼ cup raisins

1 tsp cardamom powder

Preparation

Fry the rava in 2 spoons of ghee

When the rava turns slightly brown, mix well so that no lumps are formed

To this, add the sugar and keep stirring

Keep adding the remaining ghee little by little to this mixture

Add the saffron paste, the cashew nuts, raisins and the cardamom powder

The mixture should thicken and come off easily from the sides of the pan

Remove from the fire and spread it onto a greased plate to set

Once it cools down, cut into desired shape. You may also decorate using dry fruits

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