Soojiiyah jho seero

Soojiyah jo seero


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Soojiiyah jho seero
Recipe type: Indian Dessert
Serves: 2-3
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Sooji halwa is one of the most popular Halwa, made from semolina. Generally made during festivals all over India
  • Sooji (Rawa, Semolina) 250 gm
  • Oil 100 gm
  • Sugar 200 gm
  • Water 750 ml
  • Green cardamon 4
  • Milk 2 cups
  1. In a heavy bottom pan roast sooji in oil, along with cardamon till a nice aroma of semolina is felt
  2. Add about 2 cups of milk and stir properly to avoid lumps
  3. Dissolve sugar in water and make a thin syrup
  4. Add this syrup to sooji mixture and let it simmer
  5. Optionally one can add little of red orange colour
  6. Garnish with almonds and cashews

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8 thoughts on “Soojiiyah jho seero

  1. BiLkuL saheeh aahy..!! Maan Pakistan khaan aahyan aen Sooji jo seero aseen b tayar kanda aahyun…..Tamaam mazedar huundo aahy

  2. its a greet that even for foods we have our oun (sindhi) web
    wich provides several recipies
    being a sindhi (twanhan khi MUBARAK huji)

  3. Hi

    From one sindhi to another – waiting for ur seero recipie .. the one made from wheat flour. I love the fragrance of this ,just thinking of it makes my mouth water … :)) . I started a blog sometime back , and then got too busy to post stuff but ur sindhi rasoi is great inspiration , promise to get back to my unfinished work .

    Great going dear !!


  4. Hi ranjitha,
    Sorry if i am wrong,but from ur description i feel u r looking for a recipe of GUDELI,and not karawo.Since karaow is wheatflour halwa,its not like a chapati.
    Just clear my confusion so that i cud send u the recipe required
    Till then bye and take care

  5. i need a recipe call Ka-raw-o which is a sindhi dish made up of wheat flour, sugar and ghee it is like a crisp sweet thich chapathi but not a chapathi.

  6. hi salam namaste

    dear i was searching sindhi webs found indian sindhunagar and then finaly reached at your site, i m doing job in abudhabi uae, but basically from sindh larkana.

    i feel so good that i m writing to my own, same language same culture,
    same interests and that we all love our DHARTI SINDH.

  7. Hi Bhawna,
    Good to hear that u like sindhi food!
    and with people encouraging like this,we are sure to go places:)
    Take care and regards
    Keep visiting !

  8. Hey Alka….Searching for sindhi kadhi and found ur colourful blog. My friend is sindhi too and i tried many sindhi recipes. Looking forward for many more sindhi recipes.

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