Dry fruits and sooji halwa cupcakes for upcoming festivals and pooja prasaad

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  • #98
    Neet Neet 
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    We all love sooji halwa don’t we? I remember finger licking sooji-dry fruits halwa which my mom used to prepare for devi prasaad and festivals. How about making same halwa with little modern touch? We will make basic sooji-dryfruit halwa and mould it in cupcakes to make it presentable and appealing for our modern generation.. what say? :)
    You will need:
    1/2 cup sooji
    1/2 cup roasted and grinded almonds-cashews
    1 cup sugar
    2 tsp ghee
    4 cups water
    2 tsp cardamom powder
    5-6 pistachios or any nuts to decorate your halwa
    6 cup cake moulds or any mini cake mould to make 6 halwa cup cake

    method:
    Heat ghee in open pan and add sooji, roast sooji on low flame till it becomes golden brown.
    meanwhile boil water along with sugar and cardamom powder in another pan
    Once sooji turn golden brown add in roasted grinded dry fruits and mix well. Now keep the flame on low and add boiling water to sooji-dry fruits mixture stirring continously to avoid lumps.
    Now cook it covered on low flame for 3-4 mins till the halwa thickens.
    Let it cool down a bit then startt moulding halwa in cupcake. fill the silicone/aluminum cup cakes upto brim and keep aside for setting for 15-20 minutes.
    After 15 minutes unmould the mini halwa cupcakes and garnish with chopped pistachios or nuts. They make delicious and wonderful appealing food for kids as well apart from adults.
    Try them this festive season, am sure you will not regret your time and effort to make this delicacy for your pooja as well as family.

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  • #128
     nehaabhi 
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    Neetu any idea what recipes we can make in this pan?
    Apart from paniyaram..my daughter loves idli, a friend of mine makes some sooji recipe in this pan! help.

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    • #142
       Rati 
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      neha please send some for me as well. :D

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    • #165
      Neet Neet 
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      Hi Neha, yes this is wonder pan. U can try sooji appe,kadhi pakodas, even vadas, lauki koftas, puas, moong daal pakodas… And many more mix veg pakodas or koftas versions. I m also eyeing this pan for my India visit.

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    • #815
      Aakarsha Aakarsha 
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      In that pan u can make something called gundu pongal (an andhra recipe). A recipe made using remaining dosa dough.
      I will add the recipe soon !

  • #141
     Rati 
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    OMG! I am sooo drooling. I ade sooji halwa on kanjak. Dint know you could make cupcakes too. :)

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    • #166
      Neet Neet 
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      Yeah… Kanjak halwa chana is so so mouthwatering. My hubby loves to eat wid eyes as well n he is not sweet loving guy but he is always in to try these cupcakes. :)

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    Shivangi.Chauhan Shivangi.Chauhan 
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    #80390

    This is quite innovative and looks so yummy :drool: :drool:

    • #86034
      Neet Neet 
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      #86034

      so sweet thanx shivangi.. :dance:

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  • #86419
    ShreyaPandey ShreyaPandey 
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    #86419

    Thank you for the recipe, Neet. I’ll try this for Ugadi festival next week. Also I’ll share my reviews.

    • #86465
      Neet Neet 
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      I Am glad you liked it.. :pompom: :pompom: Thanx shreya… :pompom: Andyes pls share your recipes, it wud be fun to know about diff cuisines.. :dance: :dance:

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