Monday, 23 July 2012

Thari Kaachiyathu/ Thari Kanji


Ingredients:

1/2 cup semolina/ thari/ rava
4 cups milk
3/4 cup sugar (add more or less to your taste)
a pinch of cardamom powder
a pinch of salt
1 tbsp ghee
2 shallots, sliced
1 tbsp cashew nuts
1 tbsp raisins

Preparation:
  1. In a sauce pan, add milk  and boil it in a medium flame.
  2.  Add sugar, salt and cardamom powder and stir well.
  3. Add the semolina to it slowly, stirring continuously without forming any lumps and bring to boil. Switch off the flame when semolina is cooked well and keep it aside.
  4. Heat ghee in a small pan and add the sliced shallots and cashew nuts and fry till brown. Add raisins and fry it till puff up.
  5. Switch off and pour this over the prepared thari kanji (step 3) and mix well. Serve hot..
Sending to Ramadan Friendly Recipes hosted by The Halal Foodie

 

And also sending to Joy from Fasting to Feasting - V hosted by Yummy Food

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26 comments:

  1. tasty and yummy kanji..
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  2. New recipe to me... Thanks for sharing...
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  3. sounds very healthy & interesting recipe
    Tasty Appetite

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  4. Yummy thari kanji.....one of our favourite....

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  5. Wow the kheer looks very yummy. Ramadan Kareem Shabs..

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  6. kanji looks delicious Shabbu, thanks for sending it to my event and for using the logo :)

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  7. New to me.. seems delectable!!

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  8. very new to me.. love it! very refreshing!!

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  9. Heard a lot about this kanji but never tried it...would to try this this Ramadan....looks yum.....

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  10. nice recipe...thanks for sharing :)

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  11. Rava kanji was my favorite. I used to have it a lot. Looks perfect.

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  12. this is new for me looks awesome....
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  13. Wow..my all time fav Shabbu.I too have the recipe at my blog..Nicely done.

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  14. Thank you all for your sweet comments..

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  15. we make this the opposite way. first saute onions, cashew nuts, raisins. then add semolina and stir for couple of minutes. then add milk and sugar :)

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  16. Yummy thx for the authentic south India (Malabar Ramadan special)...

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  17. Yummy thx for the authentic south India (Malabar Ramadan special)...

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  18. Mmmmm refreshing, i love Thari Kanji. Can't wait to taste this. Thanks a lot.

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  19. Nice your Ramadan Recipes looks delish. Keep sharing yummy recipes.

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