Thursday, October 10, 2013

PAAL KESARI RECIPE | MILK RAVA KESARI RECIPE

Paal kesari| rava milk kesari | Sooji ka halwa , is generally we make by cooking the sooji in  milk as the usual kesari is made by cooking the roasted rava in water. This kesari i have tasted very long back in my relatives place when i was in chennai. It was totally fantastic. Very recently when she visited here i asked her for the recipe and she told it is the same as rava kesari replacing water with milk. I tried this and it turned out exotic . We all loved it. You can make this rava milk kesari for any festival or poojas at home .

Paal Kesari

INGREDIENTS: SERVES 2-3

RAVA 1/2 CUP
MILK 1 AND 3/4 CUP
SUGAR 1 TO 1 AND 1/4 CUP
KESARI COLOUR A PINCH
GHEE 2-3TBLSP
CASHEW NUTS FEW
CARDAMOM POWDER A PINCH

Paal kesari

METHOD:

  • Roast the cashew nuts in the ghee till golden brown and keep it aside.
  • In the same pan add 1 tblsp of ghee and roast the rava nicely till nice light golden brown in a very low flame.
  • In a saucepan bring the milk to boil. I used full cream milk.
Kesari Kesari
  • Add this milk to the rava and let the rava gets cooked in the milk. Check whether it is cooked by dipping your hands in water and check . If it is cooked the rava will not stick to your hands. else cook for few more minutes.
  • Now add the sugar and stir it quickly without any lumps. The mixture will be become runny. Do no panic.
kesari kesari
  • Add remaining ghee little by little and stir well in a low flame for few minutes till it becomes a whole mass and the kesari should not stick to the bottom. Add a pinch of yellow food colour and mix well to get the colour evenly.
  • Add the fried cashew and mix well. Add cardamom powder too and mix well.
Kesari Kesari
  • Rava milk kesari is ready for neivedhyam.

Milk-kesari

Note:

  • Always add sugar once the rava is completely cooked.
  • Make the entire process in low flame.
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22 comments:

  1. Kesari is my fav sweet. Like it much because of its simplicity. I used to add milk most of the time and know there is a separate recipe called paal kesari, only after starting the blogging.

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  2. I am yet to try this.. must be yummy. :) lovely clicks !

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  3. the kesari looks so good... never knew that there was a kesari called as such... yum...

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  4. I used to make with half water and half milk..looks yumm..

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  5. i like the wrap around the kesari :) yaroda shawl athu?

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  6. I love the milk version more than the regular one...looks nice..is that pan ceramic coated?

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  7. Kesari looks delicious and inviting!! I am yet to try this one.. :)

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  8. ur click makes me feel like a putting a spoon in that plate and scooping a little :) lovely !

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  9. Kasari looks very yummy and delicious.

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  10. I tried this yesterday. It came out very well. Thanks for posting such delicious recipes.

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  11. only when i joined this blogging world i learnt so many different type of keshari...

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  12. yummy and awesome kesari... delicious....

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  13. My mum also makes it with milk but I normally make it half/half must try with Milk looks yum!

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  14. Just cant stop drooling myself to that prefectly cooked kesari..tempting.

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  15. Have never known that milk can be added while making Kesari... Really tempting........

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  16. Looks very interesting Jeyashri. Shall try this soon!

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  17. Looks very interesting Jeyashri! Shall try it soon

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