اَعُوْذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيْمِ
بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمن الرَّحِيْمِ
Assalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaathu everyone!
My little sister loves suji ka halwa. On her birthday she asked for suji halwa instead to a birthday cake for a dessert. That is how much she loves it. The best thing about this is that it literally takes no time to make at all. It is a classic Pakistani dessert and it tastes delicious. Trust me if you haven’t tried it you need to.
Here’s an important tip to keep in mind. Make sure you keep it on low heat! Do NOT increase the heat thinking that it will make it cook faster. You’ll just end up burning the semolina and then you’ve messed up your dessert and then you will be sad and then you will blame me which will make me sad and then that’s just not good. So, remember my top tip! It will seem like it is taking ages, but it is worth it. It will get browner and it will start giving of this really fragrant nutty smell. The waiting time is worth it.
When I was recording the YouTube video for this recipe, my arms were going to fall off. I don’t have a proper set up for where I record my videos and I have this mini table. I was sat in this really awkward and uncomfortable position and I had to stir it the whole time because I couldn’t let it burn and afterwards my arm was in pain. I don’t think people understand my dedication to cooking and my YouTube channel.
But anyways, try this sooji ka halwa recipe you will not regret it.
Suji Ka Halwa
Suji ka halwa, otherwise known as sheera, is a quick and easy semolina dessert that is popular all across South East Asia. The popularity of suji halwa can be attributed to the fact that is prepared with minimal ingredients and still tastes delicious. Sooji ka halwa is a delicious pudding that must be tried by everyone. Rich, indulgent and super easy to make this dessert recipe will be perfect for you. Tailor it to your preference by mixing in crushed pistachios, almonds, or even raisons for your own personal twist. This halwa recipe is perfect for beginners and sure to be a hit with all who try it.
- 200g Butter
- 200g Semolina/Suji
- 200g Granulated Sugar
- 1L Hot Water
- In a pan, add the butter and allow it to melt on low heat
- Add the semolina and cook on low heat for 10-15 minutes until it is browned
- Add the granulated sugar and cook for a further 5 minutes
- Add the hot water and allow the mixture to come to a bubble
- Once it is bubbling cover and cook for 15-20 minutes on low heat
- Remove the lid and then cook until the desired consistency is reached
- Garnish with crushed almonds and pistachios
- Your suji halwa is ready!