Sunday, June 22, 2014

BUBUR SUJI / SEMOLINA KHEER

Bubur Suji Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


One of the most popular desserts during Ramadan is this Bubur Suji that was made with semolina, milk and sugar.

It is fairly simple to make  but care should be taken once you've added the semolina to the hot milk. You need to stir constantly to avoid lumps and sticking to the bottom of the pot.

If you're not keen to use the ghee. just dry roast the semolina  until  you get nice aroma also you can bake  the almond  instead of frying.

Bubur Suji is individually served in a small bowl/cup and garnish with raisin and nuts.

Bubur Suji Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

It tends to thicken up  as it cools down. No worries, just add some milk or hot water to get the pouring consistency again.

Bubur Suji  can be served either hot or cold.



BUBUR SUJI / SEMOLINA KHEER
Servings  :    3-4

1 cup semolina
1/2 cup sugar
6 cups milk
2 tablespoon raisin
2 tablespoon almond silvers
1/4 tsp rose water/essence
pinch of salt
yellow food coloring
2 tablespoon ghee (optional)

Bubur Suji Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

DIRECTIONS

Heat the ghee, fry the raisin and almond till golden brown.  Remove raisin and almond onto a plate.

In the same pot, add in semolina,   roast until  semolina  emits nice aroma.   Remove.

Bring milk to a rapid boil, gradually add the semolina, continue stirring to avoid lumps.

Add in sugar, salt and coloring  stir until sugar is dissolved.

Mix in raisin, rose water/ essence  and almond silvers. Remove from heat.

At the time of serving, garnish with almond and raisin.  Serve it hot or cold.

Bubur Suji Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


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26 comments:

Shweet Spicess said...

I love my mom's made semolina kheer, Lovely presented we never add food color to suji kheer, this looks gud, shall try sometime with food color

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and lovely looking kheer.
Deepa

Happy Valley Chow said...

I've never heard of this before, but it definitely sounds delicious. Fantastic job :)

Happy Blogging!
Happy Valley Chow

Rafeeda AR said...

love the addition of rose essence... definitely delicious...

Kurinji said...

delicious kheer....beautiful clicks...

Jaleela Banu said...

Wow tempting soji kheer

Winnie said...

I LOVE what I see here!!
And it sounds really good
I need to try it
Pinning

Amrita Roy said...

looks yummy...following you...will be happy if you follow me too

Julia@Happy House and Home said...

This looks delicious! I need to buy some ghee - we have it right in the grocery store here (which is unusual)! I'll try this - thankyou! Thankyou for linking up to Merry Monday Linky Party! We're so glad to have you, Julia

Ree Kasirajh said...

Picture tempts me so much that I want to try em immediately:)

Jess said...

This is quite interesting! Sounds yummy!

Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

Julie said...

loved the beautiful color,yumm:)

Sony P said...

Looks rich and delicious dessert !!

Katerina said...

It looks close to halva! I love the texture semolina gives to desserts!

mjskit said...

I can't imagine omitting the ghee in this recipe. I've had this a couple of times and loved. Can't wait to try making it at home. What a beautiful little dessert!

Alok Vats said...

Wow, it looks yummy and delicious as well :) Mouthwatering dish...

Ricki M said...

This looks really good. Will have to try.
Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Social, I'm looking forward to seeing you again next Thursday at 9pm EST at www.thequestionablehomesteader.com for another installment of The Weekend Social.

Chrystal Mahan said...

Looks really yummy! Like a warm pudding. Thank you for linking at The Yuck Stops Here. I do hope you will visit us again next week!

Priya Suresh said...

Hard to take my eyes from ur clicks.Very attractive kheer.

Shobha Kamath said...

Looks yummy! This is like payasam.

CJ Huang said...

Looks like a fun dessert! I bet the rose water adds a nice flavor too. :) Stop on by and share this or any other recipe with us on Five Friday Finds!

Santi said...

interesting recipe will prove it

Laura@Baking in Pyjamas said...

I love discovering new desserts, this one looks great. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!!

Maria Brittis said...

Thanks so so much in making my party a fabulous one! Its a pleasure to have your scrumptious recipe..
Hugs
Maria

Antionette Blake said...

Ramadan Kareem. Thanks for sharing at the #WWDParty.

Steph Seibert said...

Yummy!! Thanks for Linking up at My Favorite Things Saturday!