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Suji Halwa is a traditional Indian dessert made from semolina, also known as suji or rava. It is a popular dessert across India and is typically served during special occasions, such as weddings or religious festivals.

To make suji halwa, semolina is roasted in ghee or clarified butter until it turns golden brown and fragrant. Sugar, water, and sometimes milk are added to the pan and stirred continuously to prevent lumps from forming. The mixture is then cooked until the halwa reaches the desired consistency, which can range from soft and moist to firm and crumbly.

Suji halwa is often flavored with cardamom, saffron, or rose water, and can be garnished with raisins, cashews, almonds, or pistachios for added texture and flavor. It is typically served warm or hot and can be enjoyed as a standalone dessert or as a sweet accompaniment to savory dishes such as poori or aloo paratha.



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